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Apr 25, 2016
Maher is a British company providing high strength, high performance alloys.
Apr 25, 2016
Martech is specialised e in the design, development and manufacture of custom electronic technology for test, measurement, instrumentation and control as well as product development and reverse engineering
Apr 25, 2016
Matt Black Systems is a major independent specialist in the design and manufacture of man-machine interfaces for land, sea and air applications.
Apr 25, 2016
May & Scofield Ltd. is a specialist supplier of bespoke electronic systems. MILITARY

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This booklet offers a snapshot of the UK’s defence capability in numbers. Its overall annual defence budget is the fifth largest in the world. A £163 billion investment plan for equipment, will be provided in UK defence.

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Following a foreword by the Prime Minister, Government’s vision for a secure and prosperous United Kingdom, with global reach and influence, is analysed within this document. The following chapters set out how UK will deliver its vision and strategy, through the National Security Objectives.

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In June 2014 the ADS Group (the trade body of the aerospace and defence industry in the UK) commissioned a report into the size, shape and future priorities of the UK’s Aerospace, Defence, Security and Space sectors. The resulting Aerospace Industry Outlook, included analysis undertaken by the Centre for Economics and Business Research and the results of survey of 900 ADS members responding to questions on employment, investment, exports and growth.

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The Government’s vision is for a secure and prosperous United Kingdom, with global reach and influence by strengthening the UK Armed. SDSR 15 sets a new headmark for the UK’s Armed Forces: Joint Force 2025. Joint Force 2025 will be equipped with a range of new and enhanced capabilities that will be capable of taking on a broader range of missions against demanding scenarios.

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This is an annual publication which provides information on the numbers and types of equipment and formations of the UK Armed Forces. Equipment and formations statistics have been presented based on the UK Armed Forces components: land, maritime and air. Also provided are data sourced from the Department for Transport (DfT) on militarily-useful British-registered vessels.

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