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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.

RAF and RAAF Jointly Revive 80 Squadron

The Royal Air Force (RAF) and the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) have jointly revived the prestigious 80 Squadron.

Report reveals economic impact of Typhoon project

The report shows Typhoon as responsible for GDP contribution of €90 billion and supporting more than 98,000 jobs around Europe.

Babcock to invest in future military driver training

Babcock has announced it is to invest in a research and development project to support the future of military driver training. 

Delivery of first CE-145C Vigilance to Canada

This marks the initial phase of a programme that will see a total of three CE-145C Vigilance aircraft delivered to the RCAF.

American destroyer arrives in Cyprus

The Arleigh Burke-class guided-missile destroyer USS Arleigh Burke recently arrived in Larnaca, Cyprus.

Italy hands over SNMG2 to France

This is the first time France has taken command of an SNMG.

9 Regiment RLC ‘delivers the goods’

It is the duty of the Royal Logistic Corps to supply and maintain the British Army whenever and wherever it is called upon to serve.

Arctic for Aviation Task Force 2

The raison d’etre behind the training was to prove that NATO can keep open the sea lines of communication across the Atlantic.

Lockheed conducts test with four LRASM anti-ship missiles

The U.S. Navy, in partnership with Lockheed Martin, successfully conducted a Long-Range Anti-Ship Missile (LRASM) flight test with four missiles simultaneously in flight.

USMC to designate its Wild Weasel UAV as MQ-58B

Kratos announced the successful completion of the first phase of the U.S. Marine Corps’ Penetrating Affordable Autonomous Collaborative Killer – Portfolio (PAACK-P) programme.