Generational Change Planned for Post-Brexit British Armed Forces

British Royal Navy Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carrier
The Royal Navy’s new Queen Elizabeth-class aircraft carriers could act as “lily pads” for operations in Asia, as the UK looks to expand its presence in the region.
Credit: Belinda Alker/Royal Navy
The UK will need to restructure its military, establish a greater military footprint overseas and operate more like its adversaries if it intends to fight competitively in a new era of warfare. While its new Integrated Operating Concept recognizes the leaps in capability and technology in the...

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