MILITARY AFFAIRS

The Swedish Civil Contingencies Agency (MSB) has ordered two Air Tractor AT-802 F firefighting aircraft from service provider Saab. The order will enable Sweden...

Bayraktar TB2 unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) have been seen in a Qatari military exercise for the first time. The Qatari Ministry of Defence released footage...

While Naval personnel help the NHS deal with the coronavirus epidemic across the UK, HMS Richmond is gearing up to safeguard the nation’s future flagship....

With closures at schools across the nation due to COVID-19, the 419th Fighter Wing invited students to use their computers or cellphones to “visit” for...

The U.S. Navy commissioned USS Delaware (SSN 791), the 18th Virginia-class attack submarine, in April 4, 2020. Although the traditional public commissioning...

The Navy has fired the captain of the USS Roosevelt after publication of the captain’s four-page letter, wherein he pleaded for help and complained that the...

Maj. Josh ‘Cabo’ Gunderson demonstrates each maneuver of the F-22. From the raw thrust of the max vertical takeoff to the the extreme maneuverability of...

Hezbollah commander Ali Mohammed Younis was assassinated by unknown individuals in southern Lebanon on Saturday, according to Iranian media. Younis was “responsible...

Turkey’s misgivings on whether it could blindly rely on its NATO allies started to surface in the early 1960s. In 1962, then-U.S. President John F. Kennedy...

Iran is planning to start the construction of a destroyer with a displacement of almost 6,000 tonnes already in 2020, the head of the Iranian Defence Ministry’s...

Sweden has decided to indefinitely delay its Aurora 20 military drills, after allies reportedly pulled out over the ongoing Covid-19 crisis. The Scandinavian...

A cheering and applauding crowd of sailors aboard the aircraft carrier USS Theodore Roosevelt wished farewell to their captain, whom the Navy relieved of command...