Richard is editor-in-chief for defence and transport at GlobalData.
UK struggles with pilot training are emblematic of a chaotic year for London, as its main US ally seeks to deepen ties with the European Union.
Iran’s support of proxies in the Middle East and allies such as Russia has extended to the provision of sophisticated weapons.
Reports that former UK military pilots are being paid by China to train its own forces has been met with shock, as the US demands answers.
The move to sell the 14-strong fixed-wing tactical airlift fleet had been on the cards for some time.
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Activities in space from states such as China and Russia are threatening the status quo in the domain.
The Royal Navy’s 809 Naval Air Squadron is also due to stand up in 2023, joining the already operational Royal Air Force’s 617 Squadron.
A considered stance as a steady hand on the defence tiller has paid off for Ben Wallace, who heads back to Main Building with challenges mounting.
In the modern world, global navigation satellite systems (GNSS) form the digital link between all elements of society, from military, to parapublic and civilian.
In this issue: NATO’s ongoing pursuit of multi-domain integration, Ukraine’s ammunition supply demands and equipment chain challenges, and more.