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George Allison

George has a degree in Cyber Security from Glasgow Caledonian University and has a keen interest in naval defence technology and cyber security matters.

Poseidon MRA1 Maritime Patrol Aircraft takes part in first NATO exercise

On one sortie an RAF Poseidon launched simulated attacks within 10 minutes of taking over contact from a US Navy Poseidon.

What progress has been made fitting AESA radars to Typhoon jets?

The Ministry of Defence say the project to demonstration, manufacture and integrate AESA radars with the British Typhoon fleet is "continuing at pace".

BAE unveil ‘intelligent factory’ for Tempest combat aircraft

BAE Systems have unveiled what it calls a "first of its kind factory" to advance manufacturing on Tempest., the UK’s next generation combat aircraft.

American assault ship USS Bonhomme Richard on fire

An explosion has occurred onboard the USS Bonhomme Richard while in her home port at Naval Base San Diego undergoing maintenance, resulting in a significant fire.

Elbit integrate unmanned aerial system onboard unmanned surface vessel

Elbit Systems has integrated a mini-UAS onboard the Seagull Unmanned Surface Vessel.

German Air Force to convert two Airbus A321neoLR for troop transport

Lufthansa will prepare the two aircraft for various types of missions such as troop transport and medical evacuation.

Germany, Belgium to procure MK 54 Lightweight Torpedoes

The U.S. State Department on has approved the sale of MK 54 lightweight torpedoes manufactured by Raytheon, to Germany and Belgium.

France to buy three E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft

The US State Department has approved the sale of three E-2D Advanced Hawkeye aircraft and associated equipment to France.

US approves sale of 105 F-35 jets to Japan, including F-35Bs...

The U.S. State Department has cleared the sale of 105 F-35 jets to Japan. The authorisation is for 63 F-35As and 42 F-35Bs.

World entering new military ‘Drone Age’ according to UN expert

The planet is moving into a "second drone age" with uncontrolled proliferation and no standards governing the use of armed drones, a United Nations expert has warned the UN Human Rights Council.