Winds of change in the Fighter market

Andrew Hunter - Very little stirs the blood in defence quite like a good fighter competition. Fighters are glamorous, eye-catching, and expensive. They are...

Russia’s Rapid UAV Expansion

David Oliver - In eight year Russia has increased its operational UAV fleet to over 2,000 UAV systems, with new types currently under development. Since the...

Global Defence needs may help US Army Modernisation

The US Army is preparing to undertake a substantial reordering of its modernisation programmes so that it can catch up with a changing global...

Surgical Strike Artillery

Artillery systems, once considered more of an area weapon than a precision tool, are making ‘heads turn’ once again though GPS accuracy, digital target...

Swedish Navy Keeps Future Plans Quiet

Stealthy, economic and effective is how the Swedish Navy has developed - and new plans with Kockums Shipyard aim to further develop along proven...

Fighters on the edge of reason

Where fourth generation fighters excelled, the capabilities of the fifth generation are still being realised with integration often a challenge as well as a...

Blinding the Enemy – with Science

Previously known as Electronic Counter Measures, Electronic Attack uses electromagnetic energy, directed energy, or anti-radiation weapons to attack enemy personnel, facilities, or equipment. Electronic Attack...

Battlefield Overmatch for the Modern Soldier

As an increasingly complex operating environment continues to present small unit teams with a series of evolving mission requirements, armed forces and industry are...

Future Trends to Watch

A number of trends are influencing the development of future combat vehicles. They will also shape efforts to upgrade existing vehicle fleets in order...

Armoured Vehicles – Combat Compendium

Armoured vehicles come in many shapes and sizes, with differing roles. This compendium will examine two categories: armoured fighting vehicles (AFV) used for direct...

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