Local Stability in Troubled Times

The 34-day war that erupted in Lebanon in 2006 involving the Israeli armed forces and the Hezbollah insurgent organisation resulted in an expansion of...

Strike from the Sea

Armada launches its new Stirling column providing the latest news and developments in the Special Forces community. Named after David Stirling, the founder of...

Heavy Metal

Around the world, navies are procuring multi-purpose and flexible frigates and destroyers with new generation sensors and weapons capable of accomplishing a wide-range of...

Turrets Syndrome

Vehicle turrets are growing increasingly sophisticated in a number of areas, from advances in ammunition to different uses of automation. There has been a...

Rotors Over The Ocean

This year’s Farnborough International Airshow held in the United Kingdom in July saw a number of significant announcements regarding the naval support helicopter domain,...

The Magic Bullet Theory

As Armada was going to press, the Democratic People’s Republic of Korea (DPRK) launched three ballistic missiles off its eastern coast towards the Yellow...

Corvettes on Course

“Increasing demand for flexible ships that can adapt to multiple missions has been driving the corvette market over the last fifteen years,” notes Stephane...

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HENSOLDT CEO Thomas Müller on the BDSV Executive Board

Thomas Müller, CEO of sensor manufacturer HENSOLDT, is moving into the Executive Board of the Federal Association of the German Security and Defence Industry...

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35 robot packages, along with the required equipment, with a pricetag of less than PLN 81 million, have been all acquired by the Polish...

KC-46A Edges Nearer to Service Entry

Jon Lake - Boeing has announced that its KC-46A Pegasus tanker has completed the second phase of flight testing in support of receiver certification....

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