Will the United Kingdom sacrifice its defense on the altar of Covid19?

Since the end of the Second World War, Great Britain had, along with France, the most experienced and efficient armies in Western Europe, based on a military tradition ...

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Greece reportedly in talks with London for Royal Navy Type 23 frigates

The Hellenic Navy suffers from a cruel lack of frigates and heavy corvettes to be able to cope with the planned rise of the Turkish Navy,…

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Huawei's 5G network could jeopardize military cooperation between London and Washington

A priori, there is no connection between the deployment of a civilian 5G telecommunications network and the defense agreements between two historic partners such as the United Kingdom and…

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HMS Queen Elizabeth and Charles de Gaulle aircraft carrier: two different concept of naval air combat

On April 29, the British aircraft carrier HMS Queen Elizabeth set out from Portsmouth for a long sea trial campaign. Previously, the entire crew was tested against the coronavirus, in order to…

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British Defense Review Delayed To Address Consequences Of COVID-19 Pandemic

According to British Defense Secretary Ben Wallace, the next strategic defense review (the equivalent of the French Defense White Paper) could be "hard to swallow" for…

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British nuclear deterrence threatened by the Covid-19 epidemic

In recent weeks, we have regularly addressed the dramatic consequences that the coronavirus epidemic can have when the virus invites itself on board a ship at sea. The cases of aircraft carriers…

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Royal Navy: HMS Prince of Wales revived, Naval Reservoir restoration

Royal Navy Admits Active Service 10 December Its Second STOVL (Short Take Off Vertical Landing) Aircraft Carrier at a Grand Ceremony at the Portsmouth Naval Base ...

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