A British Army officer who was part of last year’s winning military and industrial collaborative Hackathon team, is proof that such military and industrial partnerships are key to the development of the battle winning digital tools of the future.
The British Army is moving towards electrification of battlefield vehicles, it has been announced at the Defence and Security Equipment International (DSEI) exhibition at the ExCeL in London.
The Army Warfighting Experiment 21 (AWE) is transforming the way soldiers train by incorporating, and experimenting with, cutting edge technology in order to meet the emerging and complex threats thrown up by the digital world.
The British Army Military Book of the Year (BAMBY) is a prestigious book prize, judged by a diverse panel, representing the very best military books of the previous year. Today we are pleased to announce the winner.
The British Army of the future will rely on a symbiotic relationship between people and technology, its head of personnel announced at the Defence Security and Equipment International (DSEI) today.
The British Army must be ready “to fight war at its most feral” as it goes through what could be “the most significant transformation” since motorised vehicles replaced horses in the 1930s, according to the Chief of the General Staff.
Yesterday the British Army announced that it will integrate robotics and autonomous systems to equip soldiers with a competitive edge in the fast-changing digital world.
Army battlefields of today might not look like something out of a Star Wars movie yet, but a new initiative called Mercury is likely to see them bear more than a passing resemblance to one by 2035.
General Sir Mark Carleton-Smith, talks at the Defence Security Equipment International 2021.
The annual pan-Royal Corps of Signals Lanyard Trophy made a triumphant return in Otterburn, Northumberland after being cancelled in 2020 due to the Covid-19 pandemic.
Whether you are a Cheetah, a commercial company or an army, the ability to move at pace adapt and adopt new solutions is vital. It gives you a competitive edge over your rivals and it might just get you an early lunch!
Private Lewis Barnaby is a Robotic Platoon Vehicle (RPV) operator currently based in Cyprus with 2 YORKS as they get used to their new role as an Enhanced Light Force Battalion.
Upcoming events & displays
Army Film and Photographic Competition 2021
Are you a professional or amateur photographer with a keen eye for amazing imagery or a budding Steven Spielberg looking at capturing the next British Army’s viral video? Well, this is the competition for you!
London and Windsor
26 June 2021
6 - 28 August 2021
14 November 2021
September 2021 issue:
Sky's the limit: Tigers freefall team get back to business
Culture change: Diversity chief responds to Servicewomen report
Plus: New Army Sergeant Major pens first column, smoking ban looms and medic recalls 9/11 experience
The British Army’s newsletter has been re-introduced as part of our efforts to improve communications across the Army. IN FRONT is presented in a modern, smart phone compatible format so that it can be shared widely and to make the information more accessible. All ranks are encouraged to read it and follow the links to dip into areas of particular interest.
It can be hard to keep pace with the amount of change going on and with everything the Army is doing around the world. ‘In Front’ together with the Army Core Script enables the Army to speak with a more unified voice and ensures that serving personnel and the wider Army community are informed of current activity and the latest developments.
BAR 179 - Winter 2021
Welcome to BAR 179 Winter 2021. This latest edition of British Army Review has a wide variety of themes, ideas and articles to suit most readers.