‘Serious deficiencies’ in the quantities of armour available to the British Army

There are serious deficiencies in the quantities of armour, armoured vehicles and artillery available to the British Army says a report by the Defence Committee. 

BAE investing in new 12.7mm ammunition production line

BAE has announced it is investing £10m to build a new 12.7mm production line at its Radway Green facility in Crewe, UK. 

Robot Wars becomes reality as MBDA and Milrem Robotics to develop anti-tank unmanned ground...

MBDA and unmanned vehicles manufacturer Milrem Robotics will begin developing the world’s first unmanned ground vehicle (UGV) specially designed for anti-tank purposes, the companies have today announced.

Airborne forces make transatlantic drop to demonstrate joint capability

British paratroopers have jumped into Latvia alongside their US counterparts to show their ability to strike hard and fast in response to crises anywhere in the world.

BAE Systems debuts iFighting for combat vehicles

BAE Systems will present a new solution for addressing the challenge of battlefield situational awareness at the 2018 Eurosatory trade show in Paris this week.

British Army’s new Land Ceptor air defence missile blasts airborne target by Baltic Sea

A brand-new missile system at the heart of the British Army’s future air defences has completed its first successful firing trials, Defence Secretary Gavin Williamson has announced.

Exercise Mercury Dagger concludes

From first aid to fire and manoeuvre, the soldiers of 216 (Parachute) Signal Squadron have competed against each other on Exercise Mercury Dagger.

Exercise Prairie Storm underway in Canada

Exercise Prairie Storm is a 35 day exercise on the British Army Training Unit Suffield training area in Canada, and prepares soldiers and officers for future deployments.

British Army and US Marines work together on Exercise Red Dagger

US Marines with the 4th Marine Logistics Group are partnering with the engineers of 131 Commando Squadron British Army to participate in exercise Red Dagger in the United States.

American and British senior enlisted leaders showcase ‘unity and partnership’

In what the US Department of Defense are calling a show of unity, the senior enlisted leaders of the American and British armies together laid a wreath at the Tomb of the Unknown Soldier at Arlington National Cemetery this week.

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