Britain and Denmark will work side-by-side to bring the UK’s next generation of warships into service. The two allies have agreed to work even closer together to maximize the construction, training, and finally, operational opportunities of the Type 31 frigate.Add your comment!
The Royal Navy has announced it will work more closely with the and US Coast Guard to fight crime and protect the planet. The two services already combine to stop drugs traffickers in the Caribbean and Middle East, assist each other with operations in the polar regions, run exchange programs for sailors and frequently work and train side-by-side around the globe.
A fly-past by dozens of aircraft from the Royal Navy, British Army and Royal Air Force will soar over Buckingham Palace on 2 June as the UK celebrates the Queen's Platinum Jubilee.
The Prince of Wales has for the first time since 1963 replaced his mother Queen Elizabeth II at the reading of the monarch's traditional “Queen's Speech” before the House of Lords.
United Kingdom Defense contracts worth more than £2bn have been awarded to BAE Systems and Rolls-Royce to begin the third major phase of the future submarine nuclear deterrent program, Dreadnought. With the overall program supporting around 30,000 jobs across the UK, from design through to build, Delivery Phase 3 (DP3) represents the most significant stage of the Dreadnought program so far.
The home of the Royal Navy Officer Corps has a new Commanding Officer providing tomorrow’s Fleet with the leaders it needs. Captain Sarah Oakley, who also served as commander of the former Falklands' patrol HMS Clyde, formally took charge of Britannia Royal Naval College from Captain Roger Readwin in a handover ceremony. Captain Readwin reflected on his two and a half years at the helm of one of the most prestigious training establishments in the world.
A memorial marking the 40th anniversary of the sinking of the Royal Navy destroyer HMS Sheffield during the Falklands War will be inaugurated next month at the National Memorial Arboretum.
HMS Iron Duke is afloat again after two years of refitting and upgrading. The Royal Navy Type 23 frigate has had a longer-than-usual period of life extension work due to the COVID pandemic and her age.
The Royal Navy is taking over operational command from Border Force in the English Channel. The service will be responsible for intercepting boats carrying migrants. The decision follows the understanding with Rwanda to have migrants arriving in boats to UK, sent to the African country.
Royal Navy sailors and arms, security, and aerospace company BAE Systems welcomed Falkland veterans to Glasgow shipyard where the first Type 26 frigate is under construction. The 44 veterans all of whom served on the previous HMS Glasgow which saw action during the Falklands visited the BAE systems shipyard on April 9th to see the new HMS Glasgow.