On June 8th, NATO Defence Ministers took important steps to strengthen the Alliance’s Command Structure to ensure rapid reinforcement across the Atlantic and Europe. Ministers decided to add more than 1,200 personnel to the Command Structure. The Alliance will also establish a new Joint Force Command for the Atlantic at Norfolk, Virginia (USA) and a new Enabling Command at Ulm (Germany). Ministers also endorsed a new NATO Readiness Initiative and discussed the importance of continuing to increase defence investments to make the Alliance stronger and more agile in response to the most serious security challenges in a generation.
June 29, 2018 adminmaple Comments Off on Chief of the Defence Staff Announces Flag Officer Appointments, Promotions, and Retirements
Chief of the Defence Staff Announces Flag Officer Appointments, Promotions, and RetirementsJune 29, 2018 – General Jonathan Vance, Chief of the Defence Staff, is pleased to announce...
June 29, 2018 adminmaple Comments Off on BAE Systems Selected as Preferred Tenderer to Deliver Australia’s SEA 5000 Future Frigates
BAE Systems Selected as Preferred Tenderer to Deliver Australia’s SEA 5000 Future FrigatesBAE Systems has welcomed the Australian Government’s announcement of its selection as the preferred tenderer for...