Queen Elizabeth carriers ‘to be integrated’ into US Carrier Operations

The Royal Navy say its Queen Elizabeth class aircraft carriers will be interchangeable with US Navy carriers.

F-35 still has maintenance issues, Pentagon says


All three variants of the F-35 jet are 'breaking down more often than planned', the Pentagon’s director of operational testing has said.

Raytheon developing microscopic bomb detector

Raytheon has announced that it is using synthetic biology science to create a new method for detecting buried explosives.

Chinese industrial giant to buy British Steel for £70m

It has been reported that Chinese firm Jingye Group is to buy UK steelmaker British Steel out of liquidation.

General David Petraeus urges next UK government to address the legal assault on British veterans


Policy Exchange has published a paper endorsed by General David Petraeus which sets out new measures on how the next Government must protect soldiers from the assault of 'lawfare'.

Avon Protection begin production of new respirators for British forces

Avon Protection will manufacture and supply tens of thousands of respirators for the British armed forces in a £16 million deal.

Scotland would ‘have to rejoin NATO’ if it left the UK says NATO chief

NATO secretary general Jens Stoltenberg has confirmed that an independent Scotland would have to leave the alliance.

Boeing awarded $2.6 billion for fifth KC-46A tanker production lot

The US Air Force has awarded Boeing a $2.6 billion contract for 15 KC-46A tanker aircraft.

Exercise Dynamic Mariner brings together warships from 18 nations

The exercise brings together 32 surface ships, 2 submarines and 18 air assets.

Turkish invasion of Syria underway

The Turkish military has fully engaged in the invasion of Northern Syria.



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