British Defence News
The General Dynamics Land Systems (GDLS) UK company presents the latest research and development works under the program of a new family of Ajax military combat vehicles.
Turkey has consulted with the British government on the purchase of a new or used aircraft carrier. Still, the talks have not yielded results, writes the Turkish English-language daily Daily Sabah
The British F-35B will soon be equipped with a new batch of air-to-surface missiles worth a total of about half a billion British pounds, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
The US Department of Defense will test two light tanks in the first half of next year, which are being developed by the British company BAE Systems and the American General Dynamics, learned BulgarianMilitary.com.
There is a contingency scenario in Great Britain in case of problems with the supply of vaccines against coronavirus, learned BulgarianMilitary.com citing Defence24.
Russia's oldest geopolitical rival, Great Britain, has found a new way to defend its interests with someone else's hands. The conclusion has drawn from many aspects of military-technological cooperation between London and Ankara.
BAE Systems has announced that it has obtained a long-term contract from the British Ministry of Defense for the supply of various types of ammunition to the British armed forces.
According to him, quoted by the British newspaper Guardian, in the coming years and in the near future, unmanned aerial vehicles and robot soldiers will become an integral part of Her Majesty's forces.
Britain has used its offensive capabilities in cyberspace to attack targets in Russia. Such information was shared with the media by the former head of the British civil service, Sir Mark Sedwill
Russian special forces have used British-made snipers in their operations in recent years (including eastern Ukraine), despite claims by the government that it has never approved the export of such weapons to Moscow
The cuts to the Defense budget determined by the impact of the Covd-19 epidemic and the need to support the economy could make the choice of the British government, inevitable, to cut the order of the F-35B fighter-bombers
Russia is considering new options for the "tank of the future", and Britain at the same time is wondering whether to abandon this type of military equipment altogether. Who is more correct in predicting a promising weapon?
The British Army has announced the delivery of the first six Ares armored personnel carriers to a cavalry regiment stationed in Belfort, Wiltshire. This regiment became the first combat unit to be equipped with the Ajax family equipment.
In the caption to the video, it is noted that in addition to the previously announced seven new companies will participate in the development of the aircraft, dubbed Tempest ("The Tempest").
The originality of the design proposed by the British was that it made it possible to create weapons of increased compactness. To reduce its length, and therefore to facilitate use in a confined space, the automation parts and the trigger mechanism.
Experts of the American publication The National Interest compared the Russian Su-35 fighter and the Eurofighter Typhoon, which is in service with NATO countries (Germany, Spain, Austria, Great Britain).
The alliance lost the Russian submarine Krasnodar off the coast of England in the English Channel. Recently, Western media often write about the "threat of Russian submarines", which have become noticeably more often patrolling the North Atlantic.
The British Defense Ministry announced the conclusion of a contract with General Atomics Aeronautical Systems Inc (GA-ASI) for the supply of the first batch of long-duration medium-altitude UAVs "Protector" RG Mk.1, learned BulgarianMilitary.
The network has a video of a new version of the British main tank Challenger 2, learned BulgarianMilitary.com according the YouTube channel of the German concern Rheinmetall Defense.
The British general and former head of the Interspecific Command of the United Kingdom, Richard Barrons, said that the British armed forces are still “fighting yesterday” and are unable to defend the country or adequately meet the challenges of the 21st century