A sonic boom has been heard over London and Cambridge after two RAF jets were scrambled to intercept a private plane. The aircraft was travelling from Germany and had lost communication with air traffic controllers. It was diverted to Stansted Airport by … Continue reading Typhoons Hit Sound Barrier to intercept private plane
It all started with the German Lorenz machine – Hitler’s state of the art encrpyting communications machine – Enigma had been broken in 1941, but this time his new machine was almost un-decypherable The Lorenz SZ40, SZ42a and SZ42b were … Continue reading Tutte and Flowers – Bletchley Park’s Lost Heroes
Luke Wigman becomes first Brit to complete World Marathon Challenge twice. Huge congratulations to RAF Benevolent Fund Ambassador Luke Wigman who has become the first Brit to complete the World Marathon Challenge which saw him run seven marathons on seven … Continue reading Former Soldier Luke Wigman is first Brit to complete World Marathon Challenge
Operation Buckthorn was a British special forces operation successfully carried out by men of the Special Boat Service on 21 December 2018 that rescued the crew of the cargo ship Grande Tema who had been taken hostage by four West … Continue reading Operation Buckthorn
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Written by Gary Aitkenhead on 29 April 2019 in Interview in CSW As the UK faces increasingly complex global threats, our defence and security organisations must work more collaboratively than ever. Gary Aitkenhead, chief executive of the Defence Science and … Continue reading CSW Defence & security focus: DSTL in the Future