Robot Wars – Drones to support front line operations

Futuristic drones and unmanned robots with autonomous 'deliver to order' capability could provide front-line military logistics support say the MoD.

MoD contribution to international stability highlighted in new report

A new report has highlighted how crucial a role UK military personnel played in several UK programmes in the 2017 financial year. 

MoD unveils compensation for soldiers hit by tax rise in Scotland

8,000 military personnel in Scotland are to receive back pay to compensate for income tax rise in Scotland.

USS Wasp making use of Joint Precision Approach and Landing System

F-35Bs deployed to the Pacific aboard the USS Wasp are using the Joint Precision Approach and Landing System.

Poll finds just 15% think Armed Forces are well equipped

A poll conducted by ICM Research for the Ministry of Defence has found that just 15% of those surveyed ’strongly agree’ that the UK Armed Forces is well equipped.

US threatens to leave NATO by January if allies don’t increase defence spending

US President Donald Trump has threatened to leaver NATO and conduct American security unilaterally — if allies do not immediately meet higher military spending targets.

Record-breaking Australian Frigate Returns Home

HMAS Warramunga has received a hero’s welcome at the Garden Island naval base in Sydney following a nine-month deployment that saw her become the most successful coalition warship in the Middle East seizing over 33 tonnes of narcotics.

Plans suggest Australian submarine fleet to return to Sydney

Documents released under a Freedom of Information request suggest that the Royal Australian Navy could again base its submarine fleet out of Sydney Harbour as it looks for ways to accommodate its soon to be doubled submarine numbers. 

‘Thou shalt not have nukes’ – Church of England calls for ‘elimination’ of nuclear weapons

There are "no circumstances" in which modern-day Trident missiles can be used to justify the destruction that these weapons would cause, the Bishop of Chelmsford told the General Synod on Sunday.

RFA Mounts Bay back in Anguilla for more humanitarian relief exercises

RFA Mounts Bay is continuing her Caribbean patrol.

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