British F-35 fleet reaches 10,000 flight hours

Since the delivery of the first British F-35 in 2012, the British F-35 programme has expanded massively with the British fleet reaching 10,000 flight hours.

BAE 155mm ARCHER completes U.S. Army ‘shoot-off’

The ARCHER wheeled howitzer system successfully completed testing during the U.S. Army’s 'shoot-off' evaluation, say the firm.

Britain starts production Skynet 6A satellite

Skynet is a family of military communications satellites built for the United Kingdom.

Bomb scare hoax at Glasgow hospital

A phone call warning of a bomb at the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow was recieved by Police Scotland yesterday, luckily it turned out to be a hoax.

British aircraft carrier and strike group visit Singapore

HMS Queen Elizabeth and her Carrier Strike Group are visiting Singapore.

U.S. warship has social media accounts hacked

The Arleigh Burke-class guided missile destroyer USS Kidd has had its official Facebook account hijacked by a hacker who has been livestreaming himself playing videogames.

British carrier jets refuel from US Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet

F-35Bs from HMS Queen Elizabeth have refuelled from a US Navy F/A-18E Super Hornet.

British fighter escorts American bombers

A Typhoon fighter aircraft escorted B-1 Bombers on their transatlantic transit to RAF Fairford as part of the latest 'Bomber Task Force' mission.

Admiral Sir Tony Radakin is new Chief of the Defence Staff

Admiral Sir Tony Radakin will take over from General Sir Nicholas Carter as the next Chief of the Defence Staff.

Classified tank specs leaked on War Thunder game forums – again

Another tank crewman has leaked classified information to the War Thunder game forums - this time he's French.