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.
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 have entered a vast underground complex beneath a Wiltshire town for a training exercise, according to the Ministry of Defence.
The British Army fleet of Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear surveillance and reconnaissance vehicles are to be upgraded as part of a £16m contract.
Soldiers from the Royal Welsh have been taking part in urban warfare training at Nesscliff Training Area.
British troops are working with Birmingham City Council to provide personnel to support the 'Drop and Collect' Covid Test Distribution.
4 Regiment Army Air Corps have been flying with their French counterparts in the Alps.
The United Kingdom "must show greater ambition and apply more resources to address the developing security situation in the Arctic and the High North", says a report published by the Defence Sub-Committee.
With the debate about the future of British heavy ongoing, RUSI have published an article titled 'The British Army Should Seek to Retain an Armoured Capability'.
In its latest analysis of the land-based radar market, Forecast International estimates that the market will have a value of at least $40.567 billion from 2020-2029.