This is the June/July 2019 issue of Armada International. This is not the latest issue. To read the current month’s issue of the magazine, please subscribe here:
- Land Warfare: Detect, Deter or Destroy: Soldiers on the battlefield now require counter UAS capabilities to protect their movement and location from enemies, explains Stephen W. Miller.
- SAAB Exercise: Artic Guardians: Oceanic OPVs: The biennial Artic Challenge Exercise (ACE) allows Scandanavian and NATO air forces to test their metal over one of Europe’s largest air training areas. Andrew Drwiega reports.
- Air Power: Friends Overhead: Jon Lake examines the development of close air support and takes a look at the widening types of aircraft now being considered for this role.
- Sea Power: Australian Navy Trials Autonomous Maritime Systems: Dr. Lee Willett reports on the Royal Australian Navy’s demonstration of unmanned systems and concepts of operation.
- Land Warfare: Seeing to Shoot – Advances in Night Vision: Michael J Gething scans night vision technology and the latest updates available to today’s infanty.
- Spec Ops: OPS and Expeditionary Forces Debrief: Special operations soldiers are increasingly looking to synthetic real-world training to give a greater edge to mission planning as Andrew White finds out.
- Country Analysis: NATO’s Baltic Front: NATO forces have strengthened the Baltic states while a wave of equipment updates are being put into place as David Oliver discovers.
- Armada Commentary: Autonomous Systems: Andrew Hunter looks at how the military and industry are adapting to the rise of autonomous systems in defence.