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3rd Battalion, Parachute Regiment, hone crowd control skills

Roled as an Airborne light infantry unit, the battalion is capable of a wide range of operational taskings.

Submariners mark 50 years of nuclear patrols

No mission has been longer – or more important say the Royal Navy – than the patrols performed by the UK's nuclear armed submarines for the past 50 years.

First female F-35 test pilot completes flight mission

Maj. Rachael Winiecki, 461st Flight Test Squadron developmental test pilot, completed the first F-35 flight mission led by a female say the US Air Force in a release.

US Commander praises UK naval personnel in Gulf for ‘outstanding work’

Vice Admiral James Malloy, Commander of the US Fifth Fleet and Combined Maritime Forces, commended UK personnel operating in the Middle East and the 'special relationship' they have with their American counterparts, say the Royal Navy.

China orders armed forces to enhance combat readiness

Chinese President Xi Jinping Friday ordered the Chinese armed forces to enhance their combat readiness.

New Chinese ‘Sky Hawk’ stealth drone in first public flight

A video featuring China's new unmanned stealth aircraft, the Sky Hawk, was shown for the first time on China Central Television (CCTV) on Saturday.

British Apache attack helicopters deploy to Arctic

656 Squadron, 4 Regiment Army Air Corps (4 Regt AAC) and their Apache helicopters are taking part in Exercise Clockwork at Bardufoss in Norway, say the British Army

Scottish shipyard wins Royal Navy aircraft carrier contract

The contract will see HMS Queen Elizabeth return to Rosyth so Babcock can carry out maintenance work on the aircraft carrier.

Japan commits to purchase 105 additional F-35 aircraft

The Japanese National Security Council and Cabinet authorised acquisition for 105 additional F-35s beyond the already approved 42 F-35s in the Japan Programme.

BAE awarded contract for Mobile Protected Firepower development

The US Army has awarded BAE Systems a contract worth up to $376 million for the Engineering, Manufacturing, and Development phase of the Mobile Protected Firepower (MPF) programme and rapid prototyping effort with low-rate initial production options.