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  • How to detect sophisticated cyber attacks?

    May 22 2017

    On the Front Line

    Stories from the people who defeat network threats every day

    May 22 2017

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  • Pearl Noble-Mallock - Head of Product Security and Information Assurance

    Feb 23 2017

    Celebrating women in engineering

    With the launch of The Telegraph’s Top 50 Women in Engineering 2017 campaign, in association with the Women's Engineering Society, we celebrate some of our female engineers.

    Feb 23 2017

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  • New research reveals business disconnect

    Feb 9 2017

    Cyber Defence Monitor 2017:The Intelligence Disconnect

    You're ready to protect your organisation.From your Board, your IT department, or the actual attackers?

    Feb 9 2017

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  • Image of the Academy building

    Dec 1 2016

    Academy for Skills & Knowledge

    The Academy for Skills & Knowledge is a £15.6m investment to ensure our people have the skills ready to continue engineering and manufacturing the military aircraft of the future.

    Dec 1 2016

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  • We are the Australian F-35 pit crew

    Nov 10 2016

    F-35 sustainment

    The global F-35 program is the largest and most advanced military aircraft program in the world.

    Nov 10 2016

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  • IMX-101 is used in the IM M795 155mm artillery munition as a replacement to the legacy TNT explosive. The 155mm artillery is typically fired from BAE Systems’ M777 howitzer.

    Jun 27 2016

    Making Explosives Safer

    Thanks to the innovation of BAE Systems, the U.S. Army has begun phasing out the use of the explosive TNT in artillery. Its replacement, which is now in full production, is called IMX-101 and is much safer to handle and store than TNT, yet equally effective on the battlefield.

    Jun 27 2016

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  • Jun 9 2016

    BattleView 360

    Cutting Edge Technology So Soldiers Can See Through Vehicles

    Jun 9 2016

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  • Image of Challenger® 2 Vehicle with Union Jack livery

    Jun 7 2016

    Challenger® 2Main Battle Tank

    Not only does 2016 mark a century since the first tank went into combat, but it is also 30 years since BAE Systems began designing Challenger 2, the British Army’s Main Battle Tank, which is now due to be in service until 2035

    Jun 7 2016

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  • Flt Lt Mark Long

    Apr 26 2016

    Flight Lieutenant Mark Long, RAF Typhoon Display Pilot 2016

    I went to a careers office and said, ‘I want to be a pilot in the Air Force'...

    Apr 26 2016

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  • Business Defence

    Apr 13 2016

    It's not just security. It's defence.

    Cyber threats have changed and the solutions need to change too. The sophisticated techniques BAE Systems uses to protect government and military assets are helping to defend businesses around the world.

    Apr 13 2016

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  • Microelectronic chips

    Apr 12 2016

    Space Resiliency:Navigating the space above

    With more nations, debris, activity, and hardware in space, we need to protect our assets.

    Apr 12 2016

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  • Microelectronic chips

    Apr 12 2016

    Space Resiliency:Managing Evolving Threats in Crowded and Contested Environments

    The ability to adapt, maneuver, defend and protect space assets is essential to mission success.

    Apr 12 2016

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  • Bradley Smith, Craft Electrical Apprentice of the Year

    Mar 16 2016

    Celebrating our Apprentices

    At BAE Systems we are extremely proud of the valuable contribution our apprentices make to our business.

    Mar 16 2016

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  • Jindalee Operational Radar Network (JORN)

    Mar 11 2016

    JORN

    No one knows wide area high frequency surveillance like we do.

    Mar 11 2016

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