Two thirds of NATO members to miss defence spending target

Only 10 out of 30 NATO members will hit the 2% of GDP spending goal this year.

BAE Systems rolls out new platform cyber protection capability

BAE Systems say that the 'Fox Shield cyber resilience system' was developed to provide military platforms with better detection capabilities, attack warning, and mitigation.

BAE offer ARCHER wheeled howitzer for US Army’s 155 mm gun requirement

BAE Systems has proposed its ARCHER howitzer in response to the U.S. Army’s request for proposals for a 155 mm wheeled gun system.

UK in ‘race with adversaries for technological advantage’

Defence Secretary Ben Wallace has unveiled a new Science and Technology Strategy for the UK.

Why is the British Army’s equipment procurement so shambolic?

In this submission to the UK Defence Journal, Stuart Crawford looks at the factors that he believes help explain the disaster that has been British defence procurement over the past 20 years.

DSEI 2021 to enable the British Army to ‘put integration in the spotlight’

The British Army is enacting a new 'land operating concept'.

Royal Marines use drones on patrol in Wales

Royal Marines have used small drones during a patrol training mission in Wales as they build up to an Arctic deployment, according to the Ministry of Defence.

MoD awards new military bridging contract to WFEL

WFEL, a supplier of rapidly deployable military bridges, has received a new contract from the Ministry of Defence for the supply of 17 Sets of its MGB Medium Girder Bridges. 

Royal Marines storm underground nuclear bunker

Royal Marines have entered a vast underground complex beneath a Wiltshire town for a training exercise, according to the Ministry of Defence.

British Army CBRN vehicles to be upgraded

The British Army fleet of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear surveillance and reconnaissance vehicles are to be upgraded as part of a £16m contract.



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