Security Architectures in the EU

Tag: Ministry of Defence

  • German Armed Forces with big fire problem

    German Armed Forces with big fire problem

    Five fires a day on training grounds The fire problem on Bundeswehr training grounds is far more extensive than previously known. The German Ministry of Defence counted a total of 1994 fires last year, which broke out as a result…

  • Artificial intelligence for border surveillance: Greece tests autonomous drone swarms

    Artificial intelligence for border surveillance: Greece tests autonomous drone swarms

    Despite repeatedly documented human rights abuses, the EU is funding new technology to monitor its external border with Turkey. No European state is as suspected as Greece of violating human rights and international law in its control of the EU’s…

  • German Air Force in Afghanistan and Mali: Drone operator talks on his severe trauma

    German Air Force in Afghanistan and Mali: Drone operator talks on his severe trauma

    For the first time, a German “Master of a Drone System” reports heavy stress disorders and depression just from watching from the air. With the upcoming introduction of armed drones, the phenomenon is likely to get worse. After about a…

  • Military reconnaissance: German drones in use in Ukraine

    Military reconnaissance: German drones in use in Ukraine

    The German Ministry of Defence is supplying a total of 43 unarmed aerial drones to its partner in Ukraine, as well as various technology to defend against such systems. In addition, there is talk of up to 20 naval drones.…

  • Ukraine war: NATO spy drones work overtime

    Ukraine war: NATO spy drones work overtime

    The Western military alliance is stationing five Global Hawks in Sicily. Germany is the main contributor, provides a quarter of the personnel and opens a flight corridor. The drones were even seen in a triple mission with US Global Hawks.…

  • Heron TP in Israel: Germany now arms its drones

    Heron TP in Israel: Germany now arms its drones

    With the decision to buy 140 missiles, the German “drone debate” comes to an end after eight years. All details about the weapons are top secret. At the request of the government’s parliamentary groups, the Bundestag’s Budget and Defence Committees…