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  • Celebrating diversity at DI - Empower Award blog

    Thursday 19 May 2022

    Celebrating diversity at BAE Systems Digital Intelligence

    At BAE Systems Digital Intelligence, diversity and inclusion are at the heart of everything we do. Here, our Managing Director, David Armstrong, explains why his inclusion on the latest Empower Role Model List is recognition of our progress and why the more we embrace talent from different backgrounds, the more sustainable and successful our business will be

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  • ANZAC Day

    Friday 22 April 2022

    Anzac Day 2022: Remembering the fallen unknown

    Monday, April 25th, is Anzac Day in Australia and New Zealand, a day to commemorate their men and women who have served in all wars, conflicts, and peacekeeping operations. To mark this important occasion, Ron Dempster reflects on his own time in uniform and recalls his experiences of supporting the traditional Battle of The Somme Anzac Day ceremonies in France

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  • Catching green lights blog

    Wednesday 06 April 2022

    Catching career green lights

    Career counselling comes in many shapes and forms but what do senior leaders think? Here, Dr Mary Haigh, CISO at BAE Systems, reflects on her own professional journey and shares some tips for success

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  • How companies can drive inclusion image

    Thursday 31 March 2022

    How companies can drive inclusion

    Organisations have overcome all manner of challenges over the last couple of years but why is gender equity proving so problematic? Theresa Palmer says it’s time to move from talk to action

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  • Image - Jensen Berryman, Portsmouth Naval Base

    Tuesday 29 March 2022

    Jensen Berryman: Starting my career on the CLS programme

    A core aspect of BAE Systems’ apprentice culture is ensuring our apprentices and graduates are exposed to real work in an active commercial environment. One of our apprentices, Jensen Berryman, discusses his work on BAE Systems’ CLS Programme and how it enabled him to gain experience while delivering against this important programme of work.

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  • Image - HMS Tamar conducts sea boat exercises at sea

    Friday 11 March 2022

    Our role in enabling Royal Navy OPVs across the Commonwealth

    Bill Page, Project Manager, CLS, describes the role BAE Systems plays in delivering the availability to Royal Navy OPVs, several of which patrol the seas around and near Commonwealth nations...

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  • Image of Jade McCready

    Tuesday 08 March 2022

    Broaden your skills, work on your networks and smash through the bias

    This year I’m celebrating twenty-six years with BAE Systems and I’m energised from the challenge of my current role developing new international business opportunities for BAE Systems Air business.

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  • From Boot Camp to BAE Systems

    Monday 07 March 2022

    From Boot Camp to BAE Systems

    Jen Openshaw is not your average software engineer. To mark this year’s International Women’s Day, she tells Victoria Knight about switching careers, the benefits of a coding boot camp and leading the charge for more women in the tech sector

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  • Image - HMS Forth at Berth in Mare Harbour (credit: Royal Navy Library. Contains public sector information licensed under the Open Government Licence v3.0.  Source: Royal Navy Image Library: https://imagery.royalnavy.mod.uk/fotoweb/archives/5003-General%

    Thursday 10 February 2022

    Maintaining HMS Forth in the Falklands: A success story

    John Copley, Systems Manager HMS Forth, outlines the unique way in which BAE Systems works to reliably deliver deployed support to the mainstay of the Royal Navy’s defence of the Falkland Islands…

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  • BAE Systems Space image thumb

    Friday 04 February 2022

    Defending our skyward horizons

    For centuries, people have gazed towards the heavens, imagining the possibilities that lie beyond the stars. But today, such excitement is tinged with the knowledge that space is now increasingly contested by allies and adversaries alike. Here, John Young examines the UK government’s first ever Defence Space Strategy, which sets out plans to protect interests, stimulate growth and support jobs

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