UK to boost defense after Brexit

British armed forces on Monday announced plans for swarm squadrons" of drones to overwhelm enemy air defenses.

Defense Secretary Gavin Williamson said leaving the European Union was an opportunity for Britain to strengthen its global presence. Williamson announced plans to invest 7 million pounds (9 million USD) in the drones, saying he expected squadrons capable of confusing and overwhelming enemy air defenses to be ready by the end of 2019. He also said Britain would spend 65 million pounds in offensive cybertech and bring two new naval vessels into service for a range of operations from crisis support to conflict engagement

Source: VOV5