Home Authors Posts by George Allison

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, he also works for the NHS. George is on Twitter at @geoallison

GA-ASI to deliver MQ-9B SkyGuardian drone to Belgium

GA-ASI has been awarded a $31.7m contract to supply Belgium with the MQ-9B SkyGuardian.

Site being prepared for first British space launch

The first vertical satellite launch on British soil, known as the 'UK Pathfinder Launch', will take place from Scotland next year.

Additional Boxer armoured vehicle sub-contract awarded

AeroGlow International will supply 'HaLO' Vehicle Egress Lighting Systems.

Britain has ‘significant concerns’ over Russian troops at Ukraine border

A British minister has expressed 'significant concerns' about Russia's 'aggressive build-up' of 92,000 troops at Ukraine’s borders amid concern that a Russian invasion of the country is imminent.

Carrier F-35 crash potentially caused by ‘rain cover’ being left on

It has been reported that a British F-35 pilot realised the rain cover was still on and tried to abort take-off but was too late to stop the jet before the end of HMS Queen Elizabeth's runway.

Operation to recover sunken British F-35 jet ongoing

Britain and America are currently engaged in operations to salvage an F-35B which ditched into the ocean after taking off from HMS Queen Elizabeth.

Russian jets continue to ‘buzz’ British Carrier Strike Group

Earlier in the deployment Russian jets were being intercepted by HMS Queen Elizabeth's jets daily and now that the Strike Group is back in the Mediterranean it's happening again.

First British E-7 Wedgetail aircraft coming together

The first two of three E-7 Wedgetail airborne early warning aircraft for the Royal Air Force are starting to take shape.

First time in history three nations jets launch from one ship

This is the first time in history that three nations have flown jets from the same aircraft carrier with British, American and Italian F-35B jets taking off from HMS Queen Elizabeth.

Italian jets land on British aircraft carrier

Italian F-35B Lightning jets have landed, refuelled, and relaunched from HMS Queen Elizabeth.