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How many warships are Scottish yards expecting to build?

There’s a lot of misunderstanding and myth circulating about how many ships Scottish yards are building.

Is Britain taking the wrong approach to the Baltics?

Would the goals of Britain be best served through the deployment of lighter forces?

The future UK Main Battle Tank fleet

There is good news and bad news for the British Main Battle Tank fleet.

Why Britain is taking the wrong approach to the Baltics.

Since 2016 following on from the NATO Warsaw Summit the British army has continuously deployed an armoured battlegroup to Estonia, known as Operation Cabrit. This is Britain's primary contribution to a wider NATO operation known as the Enhanced Forward Presence (EFP). A multinational force based in NATOs eastern most countries, to act as a conventional deterrent and reassurance from any...

Ballistic missile defence and the Type 45 Destroyer

Options the Royal Navy has for improving the capabilities of the Type 45 Destroyer.

Misinformation on defence is easy to find

A well established journalist is repeating the claim 'the carriers have no aircraft'.

The Carrier Strike Group deployment and Global Britain

The deployment also represents Britain’s interest in maintaining a secure Europe.

East of Suez and the Royal Navy

The sight of a Royal Navy Battle Group 'needs to become the norm', argues Geoffrey Roach.

Common myths about Scottish shipbuilding

People often claim that no ships are being built in Scotland or that the orders went overseas - here's the reality.

The Falkland Islands Defence Force – The oldest land unit of the British Overseas Territories

The Falkland Islands Defence Force has expanded the scope of its military training and readiness.



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