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William F Owen
The greatest alterations in direction announced in the government’s Defence Command Paper are in the Land domain.
Jack Watling and Justin Bronk
This paper assesses the utility and viability of the British Army's combat aviation, and examines how it can remain survivable on the future battlefield.
The departure of a UK government minister does little to promote a serious discussion about a painful episode.
A new European combat aircraft is still likely to emerge from a programme plagued by mismatched national positions, priorities and industrial responsibilities.
Creating an indigenous space launch capability is considered by many to be a key aspect of the UK’s space ambitions. Yet there are questions as to whether current plans recognise the challenges ahead.
The bigger role played by space comes as no surprise given increased government focus on the domain in recent years. However, a lack of detail still leaves some questions unanswered.
The British Army has properly resourced working with partners and has structured itself to maximise flexibility. This has come at the expense of combat power in the short and medium term.
Justin Bronk, Research Fellow at RUSI outlines the current state of Russian and Chinese air defence capabilities.
Justin Bronk, RUSI's Research Fellow for Airpower and Technology reflects on the 100th anniversary of the Royal Air Force, established on 1 April 1918.
A House of Commons Defence Committee report published on 1 May has echoed a major RUSI study published last year which called for the creation of an Armed Forces Covenant programme office situated in...
A major research project into military covenants and how signatories put their commitments into practice has today been announced by Royal United Services Institute (RUSI) and Nationwide Building...
Following the publication of the UK’s Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR), RUSI experts will be offering comprehensive analysis of the SDSR and what it means for UK defence and security
This year’s Lord Trenchard Memorial Lecture was delivered by Air Marshal Edward Stringer CB CBE MA BEng RAF, Director General Joint Force Development and Defence Academy, UK Ministry of Defence.
A lecture on recent advances in our understanding of how the brain has evolved, and a demonstration of how this offers a new way to look at conflict.
Noted for it's spectacular air combat sequences this film screening will feature a short introduction to modern air combat with Justin Bronk, Research Fellow for Airpower.