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DSEI 2021: British Army battlegroups to dwell in Kenya and Oman

by Tim Ripley

British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later this year as part of a drive to enhance regional deterrence and persistent presence.

Under the plans, revealed by Lieutenant General Chris Tickell, the army's Deputy Chief of the General Staff, at the DSEI exhibition in London on 14 September, light-infantry-roled battlegroups will spend between two and three months at a time in Kenya compared to the six weeks for the current ‘Akari Storm' series of exercises.

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DSEI 2021: British Army battlegroups to dwell in Kenya and Oman

by Tim Ripley

British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later this year as part of a drive to enhance regional deterrence and persistent presence.

Under the plans, revealed by Lieutenant General Chris Tickell, the army's Deputy Chief of the General Staff, at the DSEI exhibition in London on 14 September, light-infantry-roled battlegroups will spend between two and three months at a time in Kenya compared to the six weeks for the current ‘Akari Storm' series of exercises.


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IRGC unveils UGVs

by Jeremy Binnie

Most of the UGVs that were displayed were EOD robots. (Defapress.ir)

Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) shed some light on its robotics programmes when it displayed dozens of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) during a ceremony to hand over equipment to explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) teams on 20 September.


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DSEI 2021: British Army demonstrates progress with HED-powered prototypes

by Peter Felstead

A HED-equipped Jackal 2 high-mobility patrol vehicle and Foxhound protected patrol vehicle demonstrating silent running outside the ExCel Centre at DSEI 2021. (Janes/P Felstead)

Evidence that the power and mobility advantages of vehicles powered by hybrid electric drive (HED) are approaching real-world utility on the modern battlefield was in evidence at this month's DSEI exhibition in London in the form of three vehicles demonstrated by the British Army.


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France to cut Sahel force by up to 3,000 in two years

by Jean-Marc Tanguy

Task Force Sabre, France's special operations force in the Sahel, will remain largely untouched by the cuts. (Jean-Marc Tanguy)

French officials have revealed new details of the planned drawdown in the Sahel region that was announced by President Emmanuel Macron in June.


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DSEI 2021: British Army battlegroups to dwell in Kenya and Oman

by Tim Ripley

British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later this year as part of a drive to enhance regional deterrence and persistent presence.

Under the plans, revealed by Lieutenant General Chris Tickell, the army's Deputy Chief of the General Staff, at the DSEI exhibition in London on 14 September, light-infantry-roled battlegroups will spend between two and three months at a time in Kenya compared to the six weeks for the current ‘Akari Storm' series of exercises.


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IRGC unveils UGVs

by Jeremy Binnie

Most of the UGVs that were displayed were EOD robots. (Defapress.ir)

Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) shed some light on its robotics programmes when it displayed dozens of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) during a ceremony to hand over equipment to explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) teams on 20 September.


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DSEI 2021: British Army demonstrates progress with HED-powered prototypes

by Peter Felstead

A HED-equipped Jackal 2 high-mobility patrol vehicle and Foxhound protected patrol vehicle demonstrating silent running outside the ExCel Centre at DSEI 2021. (Janes/P Felstead)

Evidence that the power and mobility advantages of vehicles powered by hybrid electric drive (HED) are approaching real-world utility on the modern battlefield was in evidence at this month's DSEI exhibition in London in the form of three vehicles demonstrated by the British Army.


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France to cut Sahel force by up to 3,000 in two years

by Jean-Marc Tanguy

Task Force Sabre, France's special operations force in the Sahel, will remain largely untouched by the cuts. (Jean-Marc Tanguy)

French officials have revealed new details of the planned drawdown in the Sahel region that was announced by President Emmanuel Macron in June.


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British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later t...

DSEI 2021: British Army battlegroups to dwell in Kenya and Oman

by Tim Ripley

British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later this year as part of a drive to enhance regional deterrence and persistent presence.

Under the plans, revealed by Lieutenant General Chris Tickell, the army's Deputy Chief of the General Staff, at the DSEI exhibition in London on 14 September, light-infantry-roled battlegroups will spend between two and three months at a time in Kenya compared to the six weeks for the current ‘Akari Storm' series of exercises.


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IRGC unveils UGVs

by Jeremy Binnie

Most of the UGVs that were displayed were EOD robots. (Defapress.ir)

Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) shed some light on its robotics programmes when it displayed dozens of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) during a ceremony to hand over equipment to explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) teams on 20 September.


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DSEI 2021: British Army demonstrates progress with HED-powered prototypes

by Peter Felstead

A HED-equipped Jackal 2 high-mobility patrol vehicle and Foxhound protected patrol vehicle demonstrating silent running outside the ExCel Centre at DSEI 2021. (Janes/P Felstead)

Evidence that the power and mobility advantages of vehicles powered by hybrid electric drive (HED) are approaching real-world utility on the modern battlefield was in evidence at this month's DSEI exhibition in London in the form of three vehicles demonstrated by the British Army.


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France to cut Sahel force by up to 3,000 in two years

by Jean-Marc Tanguy

Task Force Sabre, France's special operations force in the Sahel, will remain largely untouched by the cuts. (Jean-Marc Tanguy)

French officials have revealed new details of the planned drawdown in the Sahel region that was announced by President Emmanuel Macron in June.


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https://www.janes.com/defence-news/dsei-2021-british-army-battlegroups-to-dwell-in-kenya-and-oman/

British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later t...

DSEI 2021: British Army battlegroups to dwell in Kenya and Oman

by Tim Ripley

British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later this year as part of a drive to enhance regional deterrence and persistent presence.

Under the plans, revealed by Lieutenant General Chris Tickell, the army's Deputy Chief of the General Staff, at the DSEI exhibition in London on 14 September, light-infantry-roled battlegroups will spend between two and three months at a time in Kenya compared to the six weeks for the current ‘Akari Storm' series of exercises.


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IRGC unveils UGVs

by Jeremy Binnie

Most of the UGVs that were displayed were EOD robots. (Defapress.ir)

Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) shed some light on its robotics programmes when it displayed dozens of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) during a ceremony to hand over equipment to explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) teams on 20 September.


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DSEI 2021: British Army demonstrates progress with HED-powered prototypes

by Peter Felstead

A HED-equipped Jackal 2 high-mobility patrol vehicle and Foxhound protected patrol vehicle demonstrating silent running outside the ExCel Centre at DSEI 2021. (Janes/P Felstead)

Evidence that the power and mobility advantages of vehicles powered by hybrid electric drive (HED) are approaching real-world utility on the modern battlefield was in evidence at this month's DSEI exhibition in London in the form of three vehicles demonstrated by the British Army.


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France to cut Sahel force by up to 3,000 in two years

by Jean-Marc Tanguy

Task Force Sabre, France's special operations force in the Sahel, will remain largely untouched by the cuts. (Jean-Marc Tanguy)

French officials have revealed new details of the planned drawdown in the Sahel region that was announced by President Emmanuel Macron in June.


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https://www.janes.com/defence-news/dsei-2021-british-army-battlegroups-to-dwell-in-kenya-and-oman/

British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later t...

DSEI 2021: British Army battlegroups to dwell in Kenya and Oman

by Tim Ripley

British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later this year as part of a drive to enhance regional deterrence and persistent presence.

Under the plans, revealed by Lieutenant General Chris Tickell, the army's Deputy Chief of the General Staff, at the DSEI exhibition in London on 14 September, light-infantry-roled battlegroups will spend between two and three months at a time in Kenya compared to the six weeks for the current ‘Akari Storm' series of exercises.


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IRGC unveils UGVs

by Jeremy Binnie

Most of the UGVs that were displayed were EOD robots. (Defapress.ir)

Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) shed some light on its robotics programmes when it displayed dozens of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) during a ceremony to hand over equipment to explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) teams on 20 September.


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DSEI 2021: British Army demonstrates progress with HED-powered prototypes

by Peter Felstead

A HED-equipped Jackal 2 high-mobility patrol vehicle and Foxhound protected patrol vehicle demonstrating silent running outside the ExCel Centre at DSEI 2021. (Janes/P Felstead)

Evidence that the power and mobility advantages of vehicles powered by hybrid electric drive (HED) are approaching real-world utility on the modern battlefield was in evidence at this month's DSEI exhibition in London in the form of three vehicles demonstrated by the British Army.


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France to cut Sahel force by up to 3,000 in two years

by Jean-Marc Tanguy

Task Force Sabre, France's special operations force in the Sahel, will remain largely untouched by the cuts. (Jean-Marc Tanguy)

French officials have revealed new details of the planned drawdown in the Sahel region that was announced by President Emmanuel Macron in June.


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https://www.janes.com/defence-news/dsei-2021-british-army-battlegroups-to-dwell-in-kenya-and-oman/

British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later t...

DSEI 2021: British Army battlegroups to dwell in Kenya and Oman

by Tim Ripley

British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later this year as part of a drive to enhance regional deterrence and persistent presence.

Under the plans, revealed by Lieutenant General Chris Tickell, the army's Deputy Chief of the General Staff, at the DSEI exhibition in London on 14 September, light-infantry-roled battlegroups will spend between two and three months at a time in Kenya compared to the six weeks for the current ‘Akari Storm' series of exercises.


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IRGC unveils UGVs

by Jeremy Binnie

Most of the UGVs that were displayed were EOD robots. (Defapress.ir)

Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) shed some light on its robotics programmes when it displayed dozens of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) during a ceremony to hand over equipment to explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) teams on 20 September.


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DSEI 2021: British Army demonstrates progress with HED-powered prototypes

by Peter Felstead

A HED-equipped Jackal 2 high-mobility patrol vehicle and Foxhound protected patrol vehicle demonstrating silent running outside the ExCel Centre at DSEI 2021. (Janes/P Felstead)

Evidence that the power and mobility advantages of vehicles powered by hybrid electric drive (HED) are approaching real-world utility on the modern battlefield was in evidence at this month's DSEI exhibition in London in the form of three vehicles demonstrated by the British Army.


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France to cut Sahel force by up to 3,000 in two years

by Jean-Marc Tanguy

Task Force Sabre, France's special operations force in the Sahel, will remain largely untouched by the cuts. (Jean-Marc Tanguy)

French officials have revealed new details of the planned drawdown in the Sahel region that was announced by President Emmanuel Macron in June.


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https://www.janes.com/defence-news/dsei-2021-british-army-battlegroups-to-dwell-in-kenya-and-oman/

British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later t...

DSEI 2021: British Army battlegroups to dwell in Kenya and Oman

by Tim Ripley

British Army battlegroups are to spend extended periods on deployment in Kenya and Oman from later this year as part of a drive to enhance regional deterrence and persistent presence.

Under the plans, revealed by Lieutenant General Chris Tickell, the army's Deputy Chief of the General Staff, at the DSEI exhibition in London on 14 September, light-infantry-roled battlegroups will spend between two and three months at a time in Kenya compared to the six weeks for the current ‘Akari Storm' series of exercises.


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IRGC unveils UGVs

by Jeremy Binnie

Most of the UGVs that were displayed were EOD robots. (Defapress.ir)

Iran's Islamic Revolution Guards Corps (IRGC) shed some light on its robotics programmes when it displayed dozens of unmanned ground vehicles (UGVs) during a ceremony to hand over equipment to explosive ordnance disposal (EOD) teams on 20 September.


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DSEI 2021: British Army demonstrates progress with HED-powered prototypes

by Peter Felstead

A HED-equipped Jackal 2 high-mobility patrol vehicle and Foxhound protected patrol vehicle demonstrating silent running outside the ExCel Centre at DSEI 2021. (Janes/P Felstead)

Evidence that the power and mobility advantages of vehicles powered by hybrid electric drive (HED) are approaching real-world utility on the modern battlefield was in evidence at this month's DSEI exhibition in London in the form of three vehicles demonstrated by the British Army.


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France to cut Sahel force by up to 3,000 in two years

by Jean-Marc Tanguy

Task Force Sabre, France's special operations force in the Sahel, will remain largely untouched by the cuts. (Jean-Marc Tanguy)

French officials have revealed new details of the planned drawdown in the Sahel region that was announced by President Emmanuel Macron in June.


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