BAE Systems’ fourth Astute class submarine, Audacious, has completed her first ever dive at our site in Barrow-in-Furness. Watch as the 7,400 tonne, 97-metre long attack submarine submerges beneath the water.
Watch as HMS PRINCE OF WALES, the second Queen Elizabeth Class Carrier, has come together. Block by block the aircraft carrier has been constructed and successfully floated out thanks to the immense efforts of our colleagues throughout the Aircraft Carrier Alliance across the country.
The F-35 builds on a strong legacy of F-16 production at Air Force Plant 4 in Fort Worth.
The inaugural Unmanned Aerial Systems Payload Design Challenge brings university students together from across the United Arab Emirates to design, develop and integrate payloads with commercial and industrial applications. A joint initiative between Lockheed Martin and Mubadala Investment Company, the participants will be mentored by Lockheed Martin subject matter experts across different fields to convert their ideas into viable commercial applications.
LRASM is a precision-guided, anti-ship standoff missile based on the successful Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile – Extended Range (JASSM-ER). It is designed to meet the needs of U.S. Navy and Air Force warfighters in contested environments. The air-launched variant provides an early operational capability for the Navy’s offensive anti-surface warfare Increment I requirement to be integrated onboard the U.S. Air Force’s B-1B in 2018 and on the U.S. Navy’s F/A-18E/F Super Hornet in 2019.
Interview with Commander Nath Gray, Royal Navy F-35 pilot – the first pilot to land aboard the HMS Queen Elizabeth in 2018
Turn up the volume and watch as weeks of practice comes together on the parade ground.
For the first time ever, the Royal Navy will guard Buckingham Palace, Windsor Castle, St James’s Palace and the Tower of London. Theybegan with the prestigious ‘Changing of the Guard’ at Buckingham Palace on 26 November.
Military vehicle-mounted cameras and displays need to be rugged for use in the most extreme environmental conditions including vibration, shock, humidity and temperature. More than 340 vehicles in the Norwegian Armed Forces are equipped with our vision enhancement system. Sergeant Chris Mikkelsen from the Norwegian Army is one of its users.
Norwegian government, military and industry leaders celebrated the arrival of Norway’s first three F-35A Lighting II aircraft in a ceremony at Ørland Air Base. The F-35 provides a transformational solution for Norway’s sovereign defense and will serve as a critical element of the Royal Norwegian Air Force for decades to come.