Unmanned ‘force multipliers’ being considered for use on Queen Elizabeth carriers

Unmanned 'force multipliers' resulting from the Tempest programme might find their way onto the Queen Elizabeth class.

Royal Air Force Officer first to pass 6000 flying hours in a Tornado

A Royal Air Force navigator from RAF Marham has become the first person in history to log over 6000 hours flying in a Tornado fast jet. 

The Rise of the Drone Swarm

New technology is set to change how we utilise drones on the battlefield.

UK to deploy Apache and Wildcat helicopters to Estonia

Wildcat and Apache helicopters will be deployed to Estonia this year, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced.

Orbex to launch Swiss nanosatellites from UK spaceport in Scotland

Orbex has announced that Swiss-based Astrocast SA, has selected Orbex to launch as many as 10 nanosatellites by 2023 in support of its global Internet of Things (IoT) network.

NATO provides Intelligence Training to Royal Moroccan Forces

NATO’s Headquarters Allied Air Command sent a Mobile Training Team to Morocco to conduct training with the Royal Moroccan Forces on the subject of Intelligence, Surveillance, Targeting Acquisition and Reconnaissance (ISTAR).

Orbex unveils new rocket design for UK spaceport in Scotland

Orbex also revealed the world's largest 3D printed rocket engine and confirmed the first satellites to be launched from Scotland.

MARCOM hosts 5th Annual Ballistic Missile Defence exercise

Naval Striking and Support Forces NATO (STRIKFORNATO) and Allied Maritime Command (MARCOM) co-hosted the 5th annual NATO Maritime Ballistic Missile Defence (BMD) Table Top Exercise at STRIKFORNATO headquarters this week with participants from NATO commands and nations. 

Orbex partners with SSTL for maiden launch at UK spaceport

Orbex has announced that it is partnering with UK based Surrey Satellite Technology Ltd (SSTL) to carry an experimental payload on its maiden flight from Scotland in 2021.

UK wins £500m global F-35 support work

The UK F-35 avionics and aircraft component repair hub in North Wales has been awarded a second major assignment of work worth some £500m by the US Department of Defense.



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