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With some commentators, rightly or wrongly, arguing that it's "embarrassing" the Royal Australian Navy will be ordering more Type 26 Frigates than the Royal Navy, some perspective is key.
The Queen Elizabeth University Hospital’s helipad in Glasgow has seen 692 landings over the past three years, made possible in part, by charity HELP (Helicopter Emergency Landing Pads).
Strikes continue against Islamic State in designated parts of Syria and Iraq, with coalition forces conducting 11 strikes consisting of 12 engagements, Combined Joint Task Force Operation Inherent Resolve officials reported today.
The Army has been drafted in to help NHS staff get to work in Scottish hospitals.
The Typhoon is a highly capable and agile fourth-generation combat aircraft say the Royal Air Force, capable of being deployed for the full spectrum of air operations, including air policing and high-intensity conflict.
The first annual Global Defence Snapshot by Forecast International indicates continued growth in the worldwide market following relatively flat investment over the course of the 2015-2016 period.
The MoD say the jetty will improve military capability in the Falkland Islands and improve life for personnel on the Islands.
ADS Group is a UK‐based trade organisation that represents the aerospace, defence, security and space sectors, with membership made up of over 1,000 UK...
The US designed E-3D Sentry AEW.Mk 1 is an airborne early warning (AEW) and command and control aircraft in British service, but what does that mean?