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Tom Dunlop

Tom has spent the last 13 years working in the defence industry, specifically military and commercial shipbuilding. His work has taken him around Europe and the Far East, he is currently based in Scotland.

Royal Navy and U.S. Navy minehunting forces train together

The Royal Navy and U.S. Navy have tested "traditional and future minehunting techniques and equipment".

BAE to provide stealth tech to Norwegian defence firm

BAE Systems has been awarded a £3m contract to provide technology for Kongsberg's Joint Strike Missile system

Royal Marines carry out raids in Australia

Royal Marines have carried out raids on beaches in North Queensland as part of an exercise.

Royal Navy testing drones to rescue overboard sailors

The Royal Navy is testing drones to help rescue sailors who fall overboard.

Puma helicopter 50th anniversary paint scheme unveiled

A unique paint scheme has been unveiled by the Royal Air Force to commemorate the 50th anniversary of the Puma helicopter.

MBDA’s CAMM-ER missile completes major milestone

MBDA has completed a test firing of the CAMM-ER extended range air defence missile against a manoeuvring target.

British troops conduct firepower demo in Jordan

Typhoon jets operating from Cyprus supported the troops taking part in the urban assault.

F-35 electronic warfare system production

The AN/ASQ-239 EW system provides advanced offensive and defensive capabilities that enable the F-35 to "engage complex and highly capable threats", say BAE.

British C-130J Hercules fleet busy across the Middle East

On average the detachment moves over 200 troops into theatre and up to 40 tonnes of freight each month.

HMS Montrose resumes Middle East patrols

Type 23 Frigate HMS Montrose is back patrolling the Persian Gulf and surrounding areas.