Today Civitas has published a report where it states that rather than depending on large and expensive programmes that provide "standing capability", Britain must develop a research and industrial base
Of note for Defence this morning, there is continued coverage of the issue of Defence spending, and further stories on UK support to the Mediterranean migrant crisis.
NATO has today published its latest defence expenditures data for 2014 and estimates for 2015 which includes which member nations are spending the target of 2% of their GDP on defence.
Items of interest to Defence in today’s news include promotion of tonight’s Panorama programme on reporter Tom Martienssen’s experience after being trapped with a team of British Army Gukhas halfway up Mount Everest when the earthquake hit in April.
Defence Secretary Michael Fallon has appeared on Sunday's BBC’s Andrew Marr show, while there is widespread coverage of a daring rescue during a Red Devil parachute display.
The Defence Secretary Michael Fallon was the main political guest on BBC’s Andrew Marr show today.
In today's Defence news David Cameron has warned at a security conference in Bratislava of the dangers posed by those who "quietly condone" ISIL militants' extremist ideology.
On the 200th anniversary of Waterloo the media reports widely about last night's Salisbury Plain traffic collision, and there's coverage of the Defence Secretary's visit to the Baltic region.
With the wider news agenda focusing on the EU Referendum, other articles report on defence spending and the 200th anniversary of the Battle of Waterloo, with Prince Charles to unveil a new memorial at the site.
The three sisters and nine children who are believed to be in Syria looking to join ISIL feature in all of the papers today alongside stories about Thomas Evans, killed while fighting for al-Shabaab in Kenya