There's a lot of misunderstanding and myth circulating about how many ships the shipyards on the Clyde are expecting to build, but what's the truth?
How is it that the Sandhurst motto 'Serve to Lead' is so evidently concrete and indestructible?
It is vital that we pick our allies carefully, especially when it comes to unstable regions.
Kipion is just one of a plethora of British commitments to the Persian Gulf over the decades.
138 F-35s over the "life of the programme", do we need that many and how long is that?
In the past few weeks, events in the Gulf of Oman have led to rising tensions.
The Royal Navy are in the Baltic Sea promoting British interests.
Do strike brigades have a whiff of 'designed by committee'?
The report looks at processes in terrorist radicalisation
Are we living in the age of relative peace? Should we prepare for conventional war?