MBDA and Milrem Robotics unveil world’s first anti-tank UGV

MBDA and Milrem Robotics are showcasing the world’s first anti-tank unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) at IDEX 2019, the main defence industry event in the Middle East.

Spike in applications to join the Army after ‘Snowflake’ recruitment campaign

The British Army recently launched its latest recruitment campaign 'Your Army Needs You' and the results have been encouraging, despite earlier controversy.

Royal Marines exercise with US Marines

The Royal Navy say that 45 Commando are the guinea pigs for a new initiative by the head of the US Marine Corps, General Robert B Neller, who is determined to better prepare his men for battle – by pitching them against their peers.

QinetiQ awarded $90m contract to support TALON robotic systems

QinetiQ North America has announced that it has been awarded a $90 Million contract to support the overall sustainment actions of the 'Tactical Adaptable Light Ordnance Neutralization' (TALON) family of robotic systems for the US Army.

Bridge supplier WFEL receives Armed Forces Covenant Award

UK military bridge manufacturer WFEL has been awarded the Armed Forces Covenant Employer Recognition Scheme Bronze Award, which acknowledges WFEL's support to Defence and the wider Armed Forces community.

Leonardo awarded £158m contract by UK to upgrade NATO electronic warfare training

Leonardo has signed a contract worth approximately £158m to provide new electronic warfare training equipment for the NATO Joint Electronic Warfare Core Staff (JEWCS).

Over half of British public ‘would not feel safe’ in autonomous vehicles

New research reveals that over half of UK citizens (57%) would not feel safe riding in a self-driving vehicle.

Elbit Systems complete delivery of JTAC and FST simulator to British Army

Elbit Systems UK recently completed delivery of a mobile Close Air Support (CAS) and joint fires simulator to the British Army.

US Army selects BAE for $474m Howitzer support contract

BAE Systems land and armaments business has landed a potential $474.1m contract to provide support services for the U.S. Army.

Capita ‘could lose’ recruitment contract says Defence Secretary

Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has said that the Ministry of Defence has looked at the possibility of taking the armed forces recruitment contract back in-house.

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