On 16 March 2021, NATO Secretary General Jens Stoltenberg held a conference announcing the release of his 2020 annual report. At over 140 pages, the document comprehensively details the achievements… Continue reading "NATO Secretary General Presents 2020 Annual Report."
On Wednesday, President Biden signed a new executive order calling for a 100 day review of critical US supply chains in order to find vulnerabilities. This primarily includes items relevant… Continue reading "Biden Orders Review of Key US Supply Chains"
Currently equipped with Vietnam War-era vehicles such as the LCM-8 and the LARC-V, Australia is planning to modernize its amphibious fleet as part of an $800 million program. One type… Continue reading "Australia Looks to Modernize Amphibious Fleet"
TAI drones and SpaceX rockets are set to become additions to Turkey and the United States’ respective military logistics systems. Turkey recently announced that Turkish Aerospace Industries (TAI) will be… Continue reading "Drones and Rockets: New Developments in NATO Members’ Logistics"
With the rise of COVID-19, it wasn’t long before there were calls for the military to get involved in supporting the health services. The National Health Service, in the United… Continue reading "Defence Provides More Than Just Manpower in the COVID-19 Stuggle"