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US, Royal Navy sign agreement on ‘Integrated Warfighting’

The U.S. Navy and Royal Navy regularly operate together around the world.

British frigate escorts 650 vessels through ‘Gulf hot spots’

HMS Montrose has completed 100 days on Operation Sentinel, escorting over 650 vessels through the Gulf.

Sweden to increase defence spending by 40 percent

"An armed attack on Sweden cannot be ruled out", claimed Swedish Defence Minister Peter Hultqvist.

DSEI 2021 to enable the British Army to ‘put integration in...

The British Army is enacting a new 'land operating concept'.

Royal Marines storm underground nuclear bunker

Royal Marines have entered a vast underground complex beneath a Wiltshire town for a training exercise, according to the Ministry of Defence.

F-15E Strike Eagles Visit RAF Coningsby

RAF Coningsby has hosted U.S. Air Force jet fighters as part of a three-day exercise.

UK’s first Protector RG Mk1 successfully completes first flight

The UK's first Protector RG Mk1 aircraft has successfully completed its first flight after coming off the production line, say the Ministry of Defence.

British and Dutch warships join together in the Mediterranean

British warships HMS Albion, HMS Dragon and RFA Lyme Bay met up with HNLMS Johan de Witt and HNLMS Rotterdam.

British Littoral Response Group sails for Mediterranean and Black Sea

More than 1,000 sailors and Royal Marines are heading to the Mediterranean and the Black Sea aboard amphibious assault ship HMS Albion, destroyer HMS Dragon and amphibious support ship RFA Lyme Bay as part of a new 'Littoral Response Group'.

British ships lead multinational task group above Arctic Circle

The Royal Navy has led a multi-national task group of warships and aircraft into the Arctic Circle for the first time in more than 20 years.