The table does not include those individuals on permanent non-operational postings outside the UK. Personnel on operational deployments will be shown against their most recent station location.
Armoured Fighting Vehicles
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence how many armoured vehicles he has ordered since May 2010. 
The total number of armoured vehicles ordered since May 2010 is 28. The contract for the Wolfhound Tactical Support Vehicles was amended in early June 2010 to include an additional 28 vehicles.
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what his timetable is for the selection of a prototype for the light protected patrol vehicles. 
Bids in response to the Invitation to Tender for the Light Protected Patrol Vehicle were returned on 15 June 2010. These responses are currently being assessed by the Department, with the intention to place a contract for the first batch of vehicles in late summer.
Astute Class Submarines
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence whether he plans to review the contracts for (a) the fifth and (b) the sixth Astute-class submarine as part of the Government's review of contracts placed since January 2010; and if he will make a statement. 
The Government reassessed spending approvals granted between 1 January 2010 and the general election. This included consideration of the decision to commit to the Initial Build of Astute Boat 5 and Long Lead Procurement Activities associated with Astute Boat 6, contracts worth some £332 million. The review concluded that these contracts should proceed. It should be noted, however, that in the context of the Strategic Defence and Security Review, the Secretary of State has set work in hand to review all major equipment and support contracts to ensure the future programme is coherent with future defence needs and can be afforded.
Mr Mike Hancock:
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence whether he has taken steps to establish whether development of the proposed new hydrodynamics facility at AWE Aldermaston is consistent with the recommendations and actions from the 2010 Non-Proliferation Treaty Review Conference. 
Proposals for a replacement hydrodynamics facility at AWE Aldermaston have been developed to ensure full compliancy with our non-proliferation treaty (NPT) obligations.
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence pursuant to the answer of 7 June 2010, Official Report, column 178W, on defence, if he will publish a list of senior personnel from his Department working in the team when its final membership is determined. 
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The work within my Department for the Strategic Defence and Security Review (SDSR) is being led by the Director General Strategy, Tom McKane, and coordinated by the Head of the Strategy Unit, Paul Vincent Devine.
A number of other senior staff in the Department are also participating in the SDSR in their areas of expertise.
Defence Equipment: Sales
To ask the Secretary of State for Defence what the nationality was of purchasers of (a) ships, (b) vehicles and (c) aircraft purchased through (i) the Disposal Services Authority and (ii) e-disposals, by monetary value of purchase in each year for which figures are available. 
Since 1982 the following ex-Royal Navy and ex-Royal Fleet Auxiliary vessels have been sold to other countries by the Disposal Services Authority (DSA) or its predecessor organisations.