New technologies and force mobility: The British Army's Future Manoeuvre Support Plan

New technologies and force mobility: The British Army's Future Manoeuvre Support Plan

The re-orientation of the British Army towards multi-domain operations and potential hybrid warfare shifts its focus towards enabling efficient interoperability with its strategic partners, highlighted among others by the Joint German-British M3 wide-wet gap crossing capability. The Army is looking to new, innovative technologies to enhance its readiness and support force mobility for future operations.

In this exclusive interview, Colonel Simon Bradley, Assistant Head Manoeuvre Support, Ground Manoeuvre Capability, British Army and speaker at this year's Combat Support Week, shares insight on the Future Manoeuvre Support Plan. He discusses the main capability development priorities to enhance military engineering and force mobility capabilities; the main goals of the Future Manoeuvre Support plan; and how the Army’s future military engineering capabilities will interact with the UK’s allies and partners.

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Benefits of reading the interview:

  • Understand the objectives of the British Army on military engineering and force mobility from Colonel Bradley, who will attend Combat Support Week 2020
  • Learn more about the innovating technologies that the Army is looking to implement to support force mobility
  • Enhance your interoperability with the UK by understanding how future military engineering capabilities will interact with you

In this interview, Colonel Bradley answers the following questions:

  • What are the main priorities of the British Army when it comes to enhancing its military engineering capabilities and overall Force Mobility?
  • What are the main goals of the British Army’s Future Manoeuvre Support plan? What are means by which this can help the UK MOD to achieve its strategy?
  • How does the Future Manoeuvre Support plan fit with improving the British Army’s military engineering capabilities in terms of doctrine, equipment and procurement over the coming years?
  • Could you tell us your vision of the British Army’s military engineering capabilities over the next 5-10 years and how it will be able to interact with its Allies and partners internationally?

At Combat Support Week 2020, Colonel Bradley will discuss the future development of manoeuvre support capability in the British Army. To see who will join him on the speaker panel, you can download the agenda here.



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