Aligning new technologies with fresh doctrines

It is generally accepted that rather than prepare for the war you know; one should prepare for the war that is to come.

Three days in Tallinn – how Estonia does Cyber defence

From the moment Estonia joined NATO in 2004, it was warning that the alliance was not prepared to counter emerging threats from cyber warfare. According to officials in Tallinn, these warnings were repeatedly ignored.

The UK and New Zealand – A special relationship for the 21st century

New Zealand is one of UK's most important partners.   The two nations have fought side by side through many conflicts, especially the World Wars. Following, a long ‘withdrawal’ from East of Suez, the UK is looking towards a ‘global’ role that includes a more active position in the Indo-Pacific and New Zealand can became a central partner for this...

A look at China’s new Type 002 ‘Shandong’ aircraft carrier

The commissioning of China’s first domestically constructed aircraft carrier on the 17th of December 2019 marked a momentous paradigm shift.

Electric Battlefields – Powering a new generation of logistics support

Electric initiatives have increased in civilian life but few have yet to carry over into the battlefield. Unsurprising? Unrealistic? or inevitable?

An inside look at the UK’s military presence in the Gulf

Henry Jones spent a week in the Middle East, including two days onboard RFA Cardigan Bay in the Persian Gulf. As well as a visit to HMS Montrose and HMS Shoreham, he reports on the continued British presence in an increasingly volatile region.

Fortress Bermuda – Four centuries guarding Britain’s interests overseas

In 1995, when Britain closed its last naval facility on the islands, Bermuda had given almost four centuries of ceaseless contributions to British interests.

A guide to the Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers

The origins of the Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers lie in the 1998 Defence Review.

Could the B-52 bomber fly for 100 years?

The B-52 Bomber is one of the most durable bomber designs from the Cold War and is still being used to this day.

The Type 31e Frigate – A guide to the Royal Navy’s future warship

The Type 31e Frigate is expected to sit at 5,700 tonnes and 138.7 metres in length.



Other News

Royal Marines raid Swedish coast

Royal Marines have honed their operational skills along the complex island network leading to Stockholm as part of NATO’s show of collective strength in the Baltic Sea.