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- Air Power – Cost versus Credibility: Andrew Drwiega examines maritime patrol aircraft procurement, and the options available for air forces and navies on a budget.
- Future Technologies – The Man Who Fell To Earth: Parachute technology is over a century old and is being continually refined, thanks to advances in design and manufacturing, Peter Donaldson finds out.
- Land Warfare – Class War: Stephen W. Miller examines how the designs of Light Armoured Vehicles are changing around the world.
- Land Warfare – Prevention Is Better Than Cure: Claire Apthorp explores some of the innovative methods being adopted for military vehicle maintenance, repair and overhaul.
- Sea Power – What Lies Beneath: Warship definitions are becoming increasingly blurred due to technological advances. Are we moving towards the multipurpose combatant, asks Dr. Alix Valenti?
- Stirling – Vehicles For Change: Andrew White uncovers some of the latest advances in vehicle technology to help commandos reach their objectives.
- Turing – Catch-22: Thomas Withington examines the Link-22 tactical data link, its workings and what it potentially heralds for tomorrow’s naval operations.