Saving HMS Hermes, is it a good idea?

HMS Hermes was the flagship of the Royal Navy during the Falklands War, the carrier housed Harriers to protect our fleet during the months at war in the South Atlantic.

Has the Clyde really been betrayed over the Type 31 Frigate or is there...

With the news that BAE don't intend to assemble the Type 31 Frigate on the Clyde, we ask if the yards have really been betrayed or is this a result of a shifting shipbuilding strategy?

The longevity of the MiG-21: A Cold War warrior that still lives on

The Soviet made Mikoyan-Gurevich MiG-21 fast attack jet and ground bomber has been highly exported.

How much will the new Trident missile carrying Dreadnought class submarines cost?

The Dreadnought class is the replacement for the Vanguard class of ballistic missile submarines and they will carry Trident D-5 missiles – the UK's nuclear weapons.

The who’s who of nuclear weapon armed countries

There are nine countries in the world that have nuclear weapons. Between them they possess an estimated 15,000 nuclear warheads.

Fact Check: How many jobs depend on Faslane?

Faslane is the second largest single-site employer in Scotland, after the Queen Elizabeth University Hospital in Glasgow, with around 11,000 jobs directly and indirectly reliant on the base.

A Guide to British Overseas Territories in the Caribbean

Britain is responsible for the defence, security and diplomatic relations of five territories in the Caribbean. These territories are the Cayman Islands, British Virgin Islands, Anguilla, Montserrat and Turks and Caicos Islands.

‘Not just big, but clever too’, flying aircraft from the deck of the Queen...

Both Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers have four-acre flight decks that are 3 times larger than their Invincible Class predecessor.

Veterans Series: A look at the work done by VetArts

"It was a scroll through Instagram one day that made me notice something quite remarkable, something that I wouldn’t usually stop and like but it was quite an incredible piece of art I stopped scrolling for a bit and looked at it for a bit and felt a bit of emotion."

Yemen: A Regional Cold War between Saudi Arabia and Iran

Saudi-led intervention in Yemen is based on the perceived growing threat of Iranian influence in the region and has the potential of dragging other states into this new Cold War.

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