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Entire F-35 fleet grounded and checked for fault after crash

As a result the global fleet is on an "operational pause"

Royal Navy’s amphibious ships won’t be scrapped or sold, says defence...

Speculation that the Ministry of Defence would get rid of one or both of the ships to save money was controversial and resulted in a widespread media campaign led by senior veterans

British fighter jets land aboard HMS Elizabeth in ‘monumental moment’

The landings happened earlier this week off the east coast of the United States away from public eyes

Islamic State fighters in Afghanistan ‘in touch with UK cells’

Although the rise of IS in Afghanistan has been well documented, it is the first time the government has confirmed the franchise now poses a direct threat to the UK

Pakistan election: Ex-cricket star Imran Khan could be prime minister

If successful, the elections will mark only the second time a civilian government has handed power to another since the country's independence in 1947

Security stepped up ahead of Pakistan’s election

Police and security forces are stepping up their presence across the country and the chief of Lahore's counter-terror police has told Sky News his forces are working to ensure the vote tomorrow goes smoothly

Is this how next generation of UK fighter jets will look?

Named Tempest, the jet can be either flown by a pilot or operated remotely

NATO will ‘stand united’ despite ‘new threats’ – Stoltenberg

On the eve of a crucial summit in Brussels, with the continuing threat from Russia and a US president now openly criticising allies, Jens Stoltenberg sought to play down talk that NATO is on the verge of breaking up

UK to expand navy in North Atlantic amid ‘growing Russian threat’

In his first major television interview, the First Sea Lord Admiral Sir Philip Jones told Sky News that a new Joint Area of Operations (JAO) will be created for the North Atlantic

UK tolerated ‘inexcusable’ treatment of terror detainees after 9/11

A long overdue report on detainee mistreatment and rendition, from parliament's intelligence and security committee (ISC), concludes those at the top of MI6, MI5 and Defence Intelligence knew about "the pattern of mistreatment by the US" and "tolerated" it