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Ministry of Defence

  1. UK Dropping Fitness Requirements For Cyberwarfare Specialists

    Cyberwarfare is important and taxing, but it's not the sort of thing you generally need to be in the best shape for.

    Like most major players on the world stage, the United Kingdom is stepping up recruiting efforts to bring more skilled computer specialists into its ranks. To that end, the Ministry of Defence has seemingly bowed to reality and decided that military reservists who specialize in cyber warfare won't be required to live up to the same physical fitness requirements as other military personell. 

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  2. British Armed Forces Use Smallest, Most Adorable Drones of All

    Something that's called The Black Hornet Nano Unmanned Air Vehicle sounds like it would be terrifying, but measuring in at about four inches long and weighing a scant 16 grams, it borders on being downright cute. The Black Hornet's diminutive scale doesn't stop it from aiding British troops in Afghanistan in seeking out enemy targets and checking if an area is safe before entering. This once again proves that it's not the size of your drone that matters -- it's how you use it.

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