News Round-Up – June 12th 2016

RAF Voyager F-35 Lightning II

Here are some of the latest British military news stories making the headlines.

British Army News

Police chief in ‘no stone unturned’ pledge in British Army agent Stakeknife probe
(Breaking News.IE)

British Army builds the ‘largest’ amphibious bridge
(The Telegraph)

Royal Air Force News

RAF drones could kill without the need for humans: AI would let machines pick targets and fire at will
(Daily Mail)

BAE Plans First Powered Flight Tests of Storm Shadow Missile on Typhoon

Ministry of Defence hit by compensation claims over sonic boom from RAF fighter jets

The Royal Air Force completes F-35B Tanker Trials a Week EarlyThe Royal Air Force completes F-35B Tanker Trials a Week Early
(The Aviationist)

Royal Navy News

Royal Navy frigate intercepts Russian submarine in North Sea
(The Argus)

Royal Navy to patrol Kent coast after fishermen are targeted by people smugglers
(Kent Online)

British Warships: Sea Too Hot for Royal Navy Vessels in Persian Gulf

Extraordinary photographs reveal the Royal Navy’s daring global operations
(Daily Mail)

Royal Marines News

Royal Marines team seizes drug traffickers’ hashish worth more than £5m
(The Herald)

Disclaimer: all news stories are the property of their respective publishers. Any opinions expressed in the articles are of the person making them.


2 responses to “News Round-Up – June 12th 2016

  1. They’re all pretty good but I particularly enjoyed the idea of drones sorting out who to kill. And the best of luck with Mr Stakeknife. I think you’re going to need it.


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