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Strategic Command to sharpen defence's edge

Posted 8 January 2024

Strategic Command has today released a video in which it outlines how it aims to continue its mission of sharpening defence's edge this year and help maintain the safety, security and prosperity of the UK and its allies.

Courtesy Strategic Command

Strategic Command highlights how it will continue to contribute to defence’s purpose – to protect the nation and help it prosper – as it addresses the prevailing challenges and opportunities of 2024.

In the video, some of Strategic Command's leaders provide insights into their respective areas and how they plan to sharpen Defence’s edge in 2024.

The insights serve to outline how these initiatives will collectively reinforce Strategic Command's commitment to effectively tackling a range of threats and delivering a safer, more secure future for the UK.



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