A look at the Cayman Islands Regiment and the British military presence in the Caribbean.
The deployment of a British aircraft carrier and her strike group is politically symbolic but it also serves a strategic aim.
A lack of policy or direction regarding the troubled Ajax armoured vehicle will ultimately weaken the combat effectiveness of the British Army.
Choices made in Afghanistan mean any chance of the 'War on Terror' coming to a end in the next 20 years is now gone argues DefenceGeek in this submission to the UK Defence Journal.
Analysts have argued that the removal of air support for Afghan forces was a 'critical error' with the end result of a messy, rapid evacuation from Kabul.
The presence of a British Carrier Strike Group in the South China Sea is designed to defend the concept of 'Freedom of Navigation' at sea in the face of China claiming vast swathes of ocean.
The British "tilt" to the Indo-Pacific benefits considerably from the current military presence in Singapore.