The Royal Navy will receive the ‘Type 26’ class
Nimr’s Ajban Special Operations Vehicle

Dangers of the Deep

Easy to deploy and cheap to acquire, maritime mines and underwater explosives pose a real threat to navies and commercial shipping by reducing freedom...

We Want Information!

Command and Control (C2) technology continues to dominate current operations with ever-increasing demands placed on airborne, maritime and land-based systems in support of dismounted...

Break for the Border

Border control has never been a more sensitive issue in peacetime than it now is in Europe and the United States. In Europe, sympathy...

Rational Geographic

Geospatial Intelligence (GEOINT) is a key capability for national defence and security, in order to allow military forces to have detailed awareness of the...

Fire from the Sea

Investment is flowing into naval surface weaponry, notably anti-ship and land-attack missiles, plus naval gunnery, the latter of which is experiencing a renaissance as...

The Transmission Party

Away from Europe and North America, the tactical radios domain is a hive of activity with suppliers from Australia, Israel, Pakistan and South Africa...

The Great Escape

Although still considered a niche capability, Combat Search and Rescue (CSAR) is being employed by a growing number of armed forces worldwide, who recognise...

Decision Time

The decision to discard the Airbus Helicopters/Eurocopter EC-665 Tiger-ARH (Armed Reconnaissance Helicopter) gunship announced in the Australian government’s Defence White Paper this February has...

Albion and the Apocalypse

Upon becoming the United Kingdom’s prime minister on 13 July Theresa May, like her predecessors, was asked to write several letters by the cabinet...

The Human League

Finally, it appears armed forces worldwide are now beginning to pay particular attention to human factors associated with modern soldier systems, with widespread acknowledgement...

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Capability Overlaps in Sweden’s A19, A26 Submarines Reduce Programme Risks

Dr. Lee Willett, UDT, Stockholm - Commonality in capability for the Royal Swedish Navy’s (RSwN’s) two current submarine programmes is helping de-risk both programmes while...

Swedish Navy Chief Aims to Grow Submarine Numbers Amongst Near-term Programme...

Dr. Lee Willett, Undersea Defence Technology conference 2019, Stockholm - Sweden’s navy chief has set out his service’s programme priorities for the 2019-30 period,...

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“People don’t realise the extend of WB and we are educating users about the capabilities of FlyEye and Warmate,” Jim Curtin, president and CEO,...

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