Rolls-Royce completes sale of North America civil nuclear businesses

Rolls-Royce have confirmed the completion of the sale of its mainly North American nuclear services business.

RAF C-130J Hercules in Antarctic resupply mission

A Royal Air Force C-130J Hercules transport aircraft has conducted a series of resupply flights for the British Antarctic Survey (BAS). 

Boeing delivers first F/A-18 Service Life Modification jet to US Navy

Boeing say it has given an F/A-18 a 'new lease on life' after delivering the first Super Hornet under the Service Life Modification to the U.S. Navy.

No, the Type 31 Frigate is not going to be built in France

The Type 31 Frigates are being built in Scotland, not France. Thales is supplying components for the ships and that is entirely normal.

Scottish shipbuilding and misinformation – What’s going on?

Almost no subject in modern Scottish politics is as plagued with myths, misinformation and outright lies as shipbuilding.

NATO discusses integration of North Macedonian air defence

North Macedonia is to become NATO’s 30th member nation in the near future.

US approves $990m Long Range Anti-Ship Missile sale to Australia

The US has approved a possible sale to Australia of up to two hundred Long Range Anti-Ship Missiles (LRASMs).

Romania assumes Command of NATO Standing Naval Group for first time

For the first time, Romanian Naval Forces have assumed the Command of a NATO Standing Naval Group.

Gripen E and GlobalEye complete Finnish fighter competition trials

Saab say it has successfully completed its participation in the Finnish fighter replacement programme with Gripen E and the GlobalEye AEW&C aircraft.

India orders extra 464 T-90 tanks from Russia

This $1.9 billion purchase of 464 new T-90MS tanks for 8 tank regiments at the Chinese border was approved in early November 2019.