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2021 London Model Engineering show cancelled

The organisers of the London Model Engineering Exhibition announced that they have taken the difficult decision to cancel the 2021 … Read More

1927 Ford Model TT that appeared in World War One epic ‘1917’ for sale

A 1927 Ford Model TT still covered in the mud from the Oscar winning ‘1917’ film set will come up for auction on September 16. … Read More

AMPVs to replace Vietnam-era M113s

The first Armored Multi-Purpose Vehicle (AMPV) driven off the BAE Systems production line is to be delivered to the US Army. The AMPV … Read More

Picture Perfect Night at the Tank Museum

The Tank Museum and Threshold.aero are teaming up to bring enthusiasts a truly unique tank photography experience on  September 17. … Read More

Tank Museum has newly qualified tank drivers

Three apprentices and two volunteers from The Tank Museum workshop recently completed their Tracked Vehicle H Licence training which … Read More

Army’s construction vehicles boosted by £240 million contract

The UK military’s fleet of bulldozers, cranes and forklifts will soon be refreshed thanks to a £240 million maintenance contract. … Read More

UK govt reportedly considers scrapping tanks altogether

Recent newspaper and online reports have suggested the British Army is considering the possibility of scrapping its ageing fleet of … Read More

Armoured vehicles to test electric technology

New hybrid technology is being tested on the army’s MAN SV Foxhound and Jackal vehicles following a £7m investment from the MOD. … Read More

Royal Family to lead tributes marking VJ Day 75

Members of the Royal Family will lead commemorations marking 75 years since the end of World War Two on August 15, Prime Minister Boris … Read More

First Ares armoured vehicles delivered to the British Army

The first of six new armoured vehicles have been delivered to the British Army’s Household Cavalry Regiment at Bulford, Wiltshire. … Read More

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