NATO Response Force Land Component command passes to Eurocorps

Eurocorps have officially assumed responsibility as NATO Response Force Land Component for 2020.

NATO addresses Middle East tensions

NATO Ambassadors met recently to address current tensions in the Middle East and implications for NATO’s training mission in Iraq.

Poland takes over NATO Baltic Air Policing mission

The Polish Air Force have taken over the augmenting role in NATO’s Baltic Air Policing mission.

Report slams MoD’s ‘poor management of nuclear sites’

The National Audit Office say that the MoD's poor management of three critical infrastructure projects on its nuclear-regulated sites has contributed to a combined cost increase of £1.35 billion and delays of between 1.7 and 6.3 years.

Germany to withdraw some troops from Iraq

Germany is to withdraw some of its troops deployed as part of the anti-Islamic State coalition in Iraq.

Germany procures Enforcer missiles from MBDA

MBDA has been awarded a contract by Germany for the acquisition of Enforcer missile systems for the German Armed Forces.

Only 20 out of 152 German Tiger and NH90 helicopters ready for action

The German Army is currently facing severe available issues with its helicopter fleet.

Cobham sale to US firm a ‘national security risk’ say critics

Advent International made their offer to buy British defence firm Cobham earlier in the year amid heavy criticism.

NATO Secretary General holds first meeting with EU High Representative

NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg met with the new EU High Representative Josep Borrell.

NATO Baltic Air Surveillance Network to be restructured

The re-structure of the Baltic Air Surveillance Network will see the activation of three national Control and Reporting Centres.



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