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British Army and Royal Navy hit by support problems

Warship and army equipment availability in the UK’s Royal Navy and British Army has been hit by poor contractor performance, a shortage of spares, and a rising operating tempo, according to the country’s Defence...

UAVOS advances unmanned VTOL UAV developments

UAVOS has expanded its product portfolio of vertical take-off and landing unmanned aerial vehicles (VTOL UAVs) with the UVH R22 platform, which is derived from the Robinson R22 single-engine light utility helicopter. According to...

UAVOS advances unmanned VTOL UAV developments

UAVOS has expanded its product portfolio of vertical take-off and landing unmanned aerial vehicles (VTOL UAVs) with the UVH R22 platform, which is derived from the Robinson R22 single-engine light utility helicopter. According to...

General Dynamics revenue rises in most segments

General Dynamics saw its revenue rise 3.8% to USD10.8 billion in the fourth quarter of 2019, as gains in four of its five business segments more than offset a decline in the fifth. The...

Saab names new Kockums leader

Saab has appointed longtime employee Lars Tossman as the new head of its Kockums naval business area, the Swedish defence company announced on 29 January. Tossman starts his new position on 1 February, replacing...

UK Submarine Delivery Agency still short of staff

A shortfall of staff is still affecting the UK’s Submarine Delivery Agency (SDA), which started work in 2018 to oversee and overhaul the Royal Navy’s (RN’s) nuclear submarine building and in-service support programmes. According...

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