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BAE Systems awarded Mk4 Naval Gun contract by Finland

BAE Systems will produce and deliver Bofors 40 Mk4 Naval Guns for the Finnish Navy and its Hamina Class Squadron 2000 fast attack craft.

Australian personnel decorated by US Marine Corps for rescue efforts following Osprey crash

107 Australian Defence Force personnel have been decorated with the US Meritorious Unit Citation for their work in rescue and recovery efforts following the crash of a USMC MV-22B Osprey aircraft last year. 

China’s second aircraft carrier to hold first sea trials

China's second aircraft carrier might conduct its first sea trials in February, regional newspapers are reporting.

India’s first nuclear missile submarine crippled as sailor leaves hatch open

A hatch left open on the INS Arihant lead to saltwater flooding the propulsion area, rendering the $2.9 billion submarine inoperative.

Australia warned it risks ‘Mad Max world’ without strategic fuel reserve

'Australia could barely last nineteen days in a crisis', is the damning assessment of experts looking into the country’s current system of fuel reserves.

Canada looks to second conversion to meet auxiliary needs

Canada is considering leasing and converting a second auxiliary tanker to help bridge the gap until its long overdue Joint Support Ship project comes into fruition. 

Australia to withdraw Super Hornets from strike missions in Iraq and Syria

The Australian Government has announced that it will be withdrawing its deployed fighter contingent of six F/A-18F Super Hornets from the Middle East in January following the successful liberation of Iraq from Daesh.

British and American Gulf mine warfare forces link up for exercise

The Royal Navy's Middle East mine warfare force of five ships and a command team were committed alongside unmanned American boats and the minehunter USS Gladiator.

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.

European Defence Pact launched in first steps towards a defence union, UK decides not...

The European Commission yesterday welcomed the decision adopted today by the European Council formally establishing Permanent Structured Cooperation (PESCO).

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