Will London be able to keep a pilot aboard its Tempest stealth fighter?

In his latest research paper from July 2020, the air power researcher of the prestigious Royal United Services Institute (RUSI), Justin Bronk, made several recommendations that ...

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Faced with the absence of a comprehensive recovery plan, British industrialists are getting impatient and urging London to act

Two months after the appeal launched by Paul Everitt - director of the ADS association representing the UK's aerospace and defense industries - to government authorities to demand…

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Visit of the Polish President to Washington: How far will the Trump administration play the European disunity card?

Four days before the first Polish presidential poll and on the eve of an official visit by the current head of state Andrzej Duda to Washington, the Polish press reports that ...

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Airborne laser weapon: the US Special Operations Command aims for a demonstrator by 2022

After years of postponement and initially expected for fiscal year 2019, the prospect of integrating a laser weapon system into the vast array of armaments of the AC-130J Ghostrider gunship seems to be…

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The "British GPS" will probably never see the light of day

In 2018, when the UK's eviction from the Galileo program was announced due to Brexit, the strong reactions from the political class and the British government had ended ...

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European Defense Agency sounds the alarm: investments in military research have stalled

Despite an overall increase in total defense spending in Europe since 2014, the European Defense Agency (EDA) underlines in its latest report a decrease considered "worrying" in equipment purchases ...

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