NATO boosts cooperation with Ukraine on scientific and security-related activities

Allied and Ukrainian experts gathered to discuss present and future cooperation in the area of emerging security challenges and security-related advanced technologies.

Sweden and Finland join UK-led Joint Expeditionary Force

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon met his Swedish and Finnish counterparts at a signing event welcoming the two countries to the Joint Expeditionary Force.

NATO allies strengthen cooperation in the munitions sector

NATO Allies are increasingly working to share the burden of acquiring expensive defence equipment the alliance says.

Germany, Norway join Netherlands and Luxembourg to operate pooled fleet of NATO tankers

Germany and Norway have officially joined the NATO programme to acquire Airbus A330 Multi-Role Tanker Transport aircraft.

NATO members move to replace ageing maritime patrol aircraft capabilities

Six NATO Allies announced their readiness to work together in developing and fielding follow-on solutions for their existing maritime anti-submarine and intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance aircraft.

NATO Secretary General marks deployment of NATO battlegroups, sends message to Russia

The Secretary General said the four recently deployed battlegroups send a powerful message to Russia that NATO stands as one.

Leonardo sign over £100m worth of contracts for German and Spanish Typhoon fleets

Leonardo has signed contracts worth more than £100 million with Airbus to provide avionics maintenance for both German and Spanish Eurofighter Typhoon fleets.

Leonardo introduces fighter attack version of the M-346 trainer

The M-346FA is, Leonardo claim, a light fighter aircraft capable of carrying out operational missions at far lower costs than those of front-line fighters.

Saab’s Gripen E fighter jet takes flight for the first time

Saab have completed a successful first flight of what they're calling the 'next generation smart fighter', Gripen E.



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