Defence Journalist

Thomas Withington is a defence journalist and writer based in France. He has published articles for a range of specialist and general publications on contemporary and historical defence matters. The author of four books, he is also a Research Associate at the Centre for Defence Studies, King's College London.

Articles by this writer

July 2011  |  Magazine

Canada’s involvement tasked HMCS Charlottetown to assist evacuations of Canadian nationals from Libya as the situation inside deteriorated.

July 2011  |  Magazine

Canadian aerospace companies such as CMC Electronics, Bombardier, Magellan Aerospace and others were well represented at the biannual Paris Air Show.

March 2011  |  Magazine

The Canadian and French navies conduct navy-to-navy staff talks to improve interoperability.

September 2010  |  Magazine

Underwater mines pose a continuing risk to shipping around the world. Unmanned underwater vehicles can take the human out of the dangerous disposal equation.