DefenceSynergia (DS) publishes here a March 2020 United States Government Accountability Office report entitled Weapon System Sustainment ‘DoD Needs a Strategy for Re-Designing the F35’s Central Logistic System’. We also publish a 14th September 2020 letter to the UK Defence Committee sent by The Honourable Jeremy Quinn MP, Minister of State for Defence Procurement, covering Continue reading
Since 2000 The Pentagon has produced an annual report for the United States Congress on Military and Security Developments Involving the Peoples Republic of China. This year’s report, just released, says this in its introductory paragraphs: DoD’s first annual report to Congress in 2000 assessed the PRC’s armed forces at that time to be a Continue reading
“DefenceSynergia is pleased to publish the Defence Committee’s report into the Integrated Defence, Security and Foreign Policy Review. A graphics summary can be accessed HERE.
Intelligence and Security Committee of Parliament report on Russia HERE Presented to Parliament pursuant to section 3 of the Justice and Security Act 2013 Ordered by the House of Commons to be printed on 21 July 2020
DefenceSynergia is pleased to publish the attached National Audit Office Departmental Overview of the Ministry of Defence for the 2018/2019 FY. It provides a very useful and helpful aide-memoire. HERE
DefenceSynergia (DS) is pleased to publish a March 2020 NATO report – ‘Science and Technology Trends 2020 to 2040. We wonder if it is not a warning too – a compendium of potential ‘Threats’ for NATO to match or master. DS would argue that HMG’s oft-quoted mantra that quality not quantity is the way ahead Continue reading
DefenceSynergia welcomes the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI) latest report on Global Military Spending for 2019 dated April 2020. Observers of United Kingdom defence spending will be interested to note that SIPRI now show (Table 1 page 2) that the UK has fallen from 7th place in 2018 to 8th in 2019, below France 6th and Continue reading