DS Commends the speech given by Senior Enlisted Adviser to the Chiefs of Staff Committee, WO1 Glenn Haughton – The Human Factors Bearing on 21st Century Manoeuvre: RUSILWC18.
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The new Secretary of State for Defence, The Right Honourable Penny Mordaunt MP, recently gave the ‘Sir Henry Leech’ lecture at the Royal United Services Institute. DefenceSynergia (DS) is pleased to reproduce the script here. In doing so DS acknowledges that a speech of this nature is by tradition Royal Navy and sea power dominant – a Continue reading
Below is the transcript of an open letter that DS has sent to the Right Honourable Penny Mordaunt MP DefenceSynergia (DS) congratulates you on your appointment as Secretary of State for Defence and wishes you every success, believing that security and defence will be in safe and capable hands. Some years ago we met you Continue reading
On the 70th Anniversary of the most successful military and political alliance in history DefenceSynergia (DS) takes this moment to honour the North Atlantic Treaty Organisation (NATO) by reproducing the Founding Charter as amended in 2009 to include reference to those Nations that joined after 1949. It is the DS position in all its submissions Continue reading
DefenceSynergia (DS) is indebted to Dr Alan Mendoza Executive Director, The Henry Jackson Society (HJS) for permission to publish this excellent and important report by The Honourable Robert Seely MP and Mr James Rogers offering a new and refreshing Strategic vision for United Kingdom in the 21st century. Something that UK Governments have failed to Continue reading
“UK army should stop recruiting children, health experts say – Report says ‘irresponsible’ policy of recruiting 16-year-olds put their health at risk.” (sic) Says A Guardian headline on the 26th February 2019. See the article here: https://www.theguardian.com/uk-news/2019/feb/26/uk-army-should-stop-recruiting-children-health-experts-say DefenceSynergia (DS) is appalled at this unworthy piece of research first published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) Continue reading