Issue of Armada International in October & November of 2016.
- Sea Power – Corvettes On Course: Corvettes continue to prove an attractive choice for navies needing robust surface combatants, but reticent to purchase costly frigates and destroyers, Dr. Alix Valenti explains.
- Operational Focus – Local Stability In Troubled Times: Dr. Alix Valenti reflects on the successes and failures of the United Nations’ peacekeeping mission in Lebanon.
- Land Forces – Magic Bullet Theory: Ballistic Missile Defence efforts continue around the world, with Thomas Withington taking the temperature of latest developments.
- Programme Focus – Heavy Metal: Luca Peruzzi takes stock of ongoing and planned frigate and destroyer procurements and upgrades worldwide.
- Land Forces – Rational Geoghraphic: Militaries have unprecedented access to geospatial intelligence, Claire Apthorp explains, with new technologies coming to the fore.
- Air Power – Rotors Over The Ocean: Andrew Drwiega looks at developments in the naval support helicopter world, regarding aircraft procurements and upgrades.
- Stirling – Strike From The Sea: Our new Special Operations column sees Andrew White examine recent technological developments to assist special forces on the high seas.
- Turing – Let’s Get Linky!: Thomas Withington demystifies the Link-16 tactical data link for airborne operations, explaining the vital role it continues to play.
- Land Forces – Turrets Syndrome: Gerrard Cowan rounds-up the latest developments in the armoured vehicle turret market, examining both crewed and unmanned systems.