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How do we train for the modern threats we face?

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We face a vast, interconnected web of threats. And if we are to remain competitive with our constantly strengthening 21st century adversaries, an integrated response is the only way forward. Strategic Command is responsible for implementing Multi-Domain Integration (find out …

Clear-eyed and looking ahead: The Strategic Command Strategy

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Following the publication of the Strategic Command strategy, Strategic Command’s Director Strategy Air Vice Marshal Justin Reuter reflects on how and why we need to embrace change. Following the publication of the Integrated Review earlier this year, it was clear that all …

Why protecting our nation is only possible through better collaboration

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A soldier adjusts a satellite dish.

If you have follow developments in the world of defence, then you may have heard of “Multi-Domain Integration” (MDI). It's thought to be the future of UK Defence, and the only way for Britain to remain competitive in the rapidly-changing world of modern warfare. But what is it?

80 years on from the Battle of Britain, what lessons are we still trying to learn?

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WAAF plotters at work in the underground Operations Room at HQ Fighter Command, Bentley Priory, in north-west London. A senior officer studies the unfolding events from the viewing deck above.

The Dowding System was key in securing Britain’s victory in the skies during World War II, as it brought together technology, ground defences, and fighter aircraft and turned them into a unified system of defence. But what lessons does it hold today?