Naval forces from Standing NATO Maritime Group One (SNMG1) have completed exercise Dynamic Guard 2019 off the coast of Norway, says the Alliance.
The US and UK have placed an order for the production of Trident guidance units.
Unmanned 'force multipliers' resulting from the Tempest programme might find their way onto the Queen Elizabeth class.
SPIMM consists of a SIMBAD-RC automated naval turret equipped with two ready-to-fire Mistral missiles and a 360° infrared panoramic system to detect and track air and surface threats.
The Spanish warship can be heard in a recording of a radio exchange demanding ships at Gibraltar "leave Spanish territorial waters".
NATO Maritime Command and the Dartmouth Centre for Sea Power and Strategy at Plymouth University co-hosted the second annual MARCOM-DCSS Sea Power Conference, focusing on the Allied maritime dimension of deterrence.
Standing NATO Maritime Group Two (SNMG2) ships are taking their at sea training to an advanced level, performing Force Integration Training while patrolling in the Eastern Mediterranean Sea, say the Alliance.
The Arleigh Burke class destroyer USS Porter has departed Plymouth, following a port visit during a storm.
Concern has been expressed by the Chairman of the Defence Select Committee that engine production could be taken away from GE Power in Rugby and given to a French firm in Nancy.
BAE Systems has won a potential $136.2m firm-fixed-price contract from the US Navy for maintenance, repair and modernisation of Arleigh Burke-class destroyer USS Bulkeley.