Harry Lye

Harry Lye is a feature writer for Global Defence Technology covering new developments in the defence sector. You can contact Harry at harry.lye@nridigital.com.

All articles by Harry Lye

  1. Israel Aerospace Industries CEO steps down

    Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) CEO Nimrod Sheffer is stepping down after two years. IAI announced the move in a company…
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    3 Jul
  2. Airbus to axe 1,700 UK jobs as company faces ‘gravest crisis’

    Airbus has announced it is cutting 1,700 UK jobs and a further 13,300 jobs globally as the aircraft maker struggles…
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    1 Jul
  3. Everything you need to know about UK PM’s rebranded private aircraft

    Repainted for £900,000 the VIP Voyager is also available to transport the British Royal Family on overseas visits. The RAF…
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    29 Jun
  4. Senate Intel Committee wants to know what the US knows about UFOs

    The request was disclosed in a report on the 2021 Intelligence Authorisation act submitted by Senator Marco Rubio. In the…
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    24 Jun
  5. RAF ‘exceeding expectations’ with swarming drone development

    Responding to a written question on the progress of Project Mosquito, the Many Drones Make Light Work programme and other…
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    23 Jun
  6. DoD launches Defence Space Strategy to maintain US dominance

    The updated Space Strategy outlines how the US plans to ensure the Pentagon can ‘compete, deter, and win in a…
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    18 Jun
  7. Huawei 5G could block US F-35 deployments to UK: US Senator Tom Cotton

    Cotton made the comments while giving evidence to Parliament’s Defence Select Committee during a hearing discussing the security of 5G….
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    4 Jun
  8. Italian defence minister reaffirms commitment to F-35

    In an interview with Italian Magazine Formiche, the country’s defence minister Lorenzo Guerini said he was committed to the F-35…
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    29 May
  9. IAI lease-to-buy offers cheaper route to UAS use

    In May, IAI announced it would begin leasing one of its systems, the Heron unmanned aerial system (UAS), to Greece…
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    26 May
  10. US withdrawal casts clouds over Open Skies

    Open Skies, signed in 2002, allows signatories to undertake unarmed reconnaissance flights at short notice over countries’ lands as a…
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    22 May
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