• June’s top news stories

    Sikorsky received a $542m production contract from the US Navy to build six VH-92A presidential helicopters, and Babcock confirmed that it rejected a merger proposal from Serco Group. Naval-Technology.com wraps...

  • Global Defence Technology: Issue 86

    In this issue: Training the Royal Marines for CBRN threats, inside the Sky Sabre missile defence system, contenders for the US Navy’s future Guided Missile Frigate, and more

  • The digital naval shipyard

    Last September, BAE Systems revealed plans to build a A$100 million digital shipyard in Adelaide, if the company’s contender wins the competition for the Royal Australian Navy’s SEA 5000 Future...

  • Global Defence Technology: Issue 81

    In this issue: The potential of hypersonic flight for aerial combat, the US Army’s Synthetic Training Environment, AI-equipped drones for airfield repairs, the Patriot missile system’s role in Korea, Guam’s...

  • Type 26: all systems go

    UK Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon recently announced the signing of a contract worth around £3.7b to start building the Royal Navy’s much anticipated Type 26 frigates. The complex deal...

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