Britain needs to expand ammo production and build more gun barrels, say defence experts

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Jack Watling, senior researcher at the Royal United Services Institute, said Ukraine’s allies took far too long to decide to support Ukraine’s counter offensive despite it being clear the push was coming as early as July last year. ... Mr Watling said: “Western governments have spent decades writing long-term strategies and managing small-scale, short-term crises like terrorist attacks. It appears the institutional memory of how to cohere the operational level of war has atrophied. This malady is correctable, but only if we can acknowledge that there is a problem to be addressed.