BAE sign contract to provide Combat Systems Integration Service for the Royal Navy

BAE Systems has signed a ten-and-a-half-year contract to provide the Royal Navy with combat systems integration services to both in-service and future platforms.

IN PICTURES: Joint Expeditionary Force

Images show vessels from the British 'Joint Expeditionary Fleet' sailing together during an exercise.

HMS Ocean demonstrates assault capability

Apache, Merlin and Chinook helicopters departed helicopter carrier HMS Ocean in large numbers for Exercise Albanian Lion.

Exercise Unmanned Warrior 2016 kicks off

Defence firms are taking part in Unmanned Warrior 2016 where they will show off the future of autonomous, unmanned combat systems at sea throughout October.

MoD say ‘there will be British steel’ in new submarines

The reassurance comes as a union boss claimed that French steel would be used for the new fleet of nuclear submarines.

New British nuclear subs may use French steel

A union boss has claimed that British steelworkers have been "betrayed" as it was reported that French steel may be used for the new fleet of nuclear submarines.

HMS Westminster completes refit armed with new missiles

Now the most powerful and advanced frigate in the fleet, HMS Westminster is due to be handed back to the Royal Navy next spring.

Work to start on new nuclear missile submarine fleet

Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has announced that work will start on the UK's new nuclear missile submarine fleet with a £1.3 billion investment.

Supercarrier nears completion

HMS Queen Elizabeth, the first of two new supercarriers, is currently in the final stages of completion, the vessel is due to go sea for trials in the New Year.

British commander wants US Marine Corps aircraft on new aircraft carriers

The commanding officer of the UK's new supercarrier, HMS Queen Elizabeth, has expressed a desire for US Marine Corps aircraft to join his own on deck.



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