United Kingdom welcomes new Canadian Defence Policy

British Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has welcomed the new Canadian Defence Policy.

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.

NATO and New Zealand ‘share genuine partnership’ say NATO

"New Zealand may not have a large defence force but it consistently contributes what it can to defend our shared values of democracy and protect rule of law. Your contribution is always highly regarded and valued by the Alliance."

Iran launches missiles into Syria

Iran's has announced that it has launched missiles into Syria, targeting Islamic State fighters in retaliation for recent attacks in Tehran.

F/A-18E Super Hornet downs Su-22 over Syria

A US Navy F/A-18E has shot down a Syrian government operated Su-22 shortly after it bombed US-backed Syrian fighters in North Syria the Pentagon have confirmed.

Stinger missiles with proximity fuzes destroy UAVs in first-ever test

During a recent US Army test, a pair of Stinger missiles equipped with new proximity fuzes intercepted two small unmanned airborne systems.

Damaged USS Fitzgerald returns to Yokosuka

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

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.

Australia is ‘highly valued, reliable and respected Partner’ say NATO

General Petr Pavel, Chairman of the NATO Military Committee visited Sydney and Canberra while in Australia.

Rostec plans to sign the contract for a Russian-Chinese heavy-lift helicopter before the end of 2017

Rostec is to sign the contract with the Aviation Industry Corporation of China for the Advanced Heavy Lifter, a heavy-lift helicopter to be developed jointly by Russia and China.



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