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NATO chief expresses concern about Chinese missiles

Chief of NATO Jens Stoltenberg has urged Beijing to join an expanded Intermediate-Range Nuclear Forces Treaty, so that its missiles become bound by it.

Indian Army inducts its first BAE produced M777 Ultra Lightweight Howitzers

The gun systems, produced by BAE Systems, were accepted earlier this year, as part of a 145-gun agreement between the US. and Indian governments.

Chinook trials conducted on RFA Tidesurge

RFA Tidesurge is carrying out trials with the largest British military helicopter type, the Chinook.

Eurofighter Typhoon fleet hits 500,000 flying hour milestone

The global fleet of Eurofighter Typhoon aircraft have passed the 500,000 flying hours mark.

Merlin helicopters and frigates protect US assault ship in war games

Two Merlin helicopters joined frigates HMS Northumberland and Westminster as part of NATO’s Trident Juncture exercise off Norway.

Minister praises UK-US defence partnership

Stuart Andrew was in Washington to discuss the UK-US defence relationship.

UK opens training facilities in Gulf as part of new joint...

As part of his visit to Oman for the culmination of Exercise Saif Sareea 3, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson underlined what he called the UK’s enduring commitment to peace and stability in the Gulf.

British troops begin Exercise Trident Juncture

More than 1,600 troops and 1,000 vehicles and equipment have completed the 2,500km journey to Norway as the initial phase of Exercise Trident Juncture, say the Ministry of Defence.

NATO conference discusses Weapons of Mass Destruction and non-proliferation

A major NATO arms control conference got underway in Iceland on Monday, as senior experts from more than 50 countries and organisations gathered to discuss the state of global arms control treaties.

Qinetiq to acquire Inzpire Group

QinetiQ has announced that it has agreed to acquire 85% of the shares of Inzpire Group, with an agreement to acquire the remaining 15% after two years, for a total consideration of £23.5 million.