Kiwi frigate arrives in Canada for major refit, slated to receive British designed Sea Ceptor missiles

HMNZS Te Kaha, an Anzac class frigate, has arrived in Esquimalt, British Columbia, to commence a major upgrade of its sensor and weapons systems expected to extend its service life out to 2030.

Defence Secretary: Britain must ‘deal with’ North Korean missiles

In an interview with the Evening Standard, Gavin Williamson stressed that North Korea was a real threat to the UK.

UK and Japan increase defence ties due to North Korean threat

Theresa May has told Japan that the UK will stand "shoulder to shoulder" with them over the threat from North Korea.

Japanese military conduct Patriot missile training in response to North Korean launches

The Japanese Air Self-Defense Force has conducted Patriot Advanced Capability-3 deployment training at US Marine Corps Air Station Iwakuni, Japan.

First operational Japanese F-35A makes debut at arrival ceremony

The first operational Japan Air Self-Defense Force F-35A Lightning touched down at an arrival ceremony at Misawa Air Base in Japan this week.

Damaged USS Fitzgerald returns to Yokosuka

Damaged destroyer USS Fitzgerald, aided by tug boats, has safely returned to port at Yokosuka.

US Navy ballistic missile interception test results in failure

The US Navy have conducted a ballistic missile interception test from a destroyer at sea off Hawaii, the result however was a failure.

North Korea will have missiles capable of reaching the UK ‘within 18 months’ says Defence Committee

According to the Defence Committee, North Korea will "almost certainly" have Inter-Continental Ballistic Missiles able to reach the UK within six to 18 months.

US and Japanese forces collaborate for upcoming Northern Viper exercise

More than 3,500 Japanese and US personnel will conduct a bilateral and joint exercise showcasing their capabilities on the Japanese island of Hokkaido in August.

US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis briefs President Trump on military options ‘to deal with North Korea’

US Defence Secretary Jim Mattis said the United States has many military options for dealing with Kim Jong Un's provocations and that President Donald J. Trump wanted to be briefed on each one.

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