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...

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...

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...

Thinking, Inside the Box

Special forces around the world are keeping a keen eye on technological trends in the artificial intelligence and cyber domains as they seek to...

A Fatal Error Has Occurred

Attacks by computer hackers on the IT (Information Technology) systems of government and commercial organisations have become commonplace, and cybercrime is arguably the fastest...

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...

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...

Staying ahead of the game

Andrew Drwiega - How do Israeli companies within the nation’s defence sector retain their momentum in terms of developing battlefield ready equipment? Andrew Drwiega...

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...

Velocitas Eradico

The headline translates as ‘I, who is speed, eradicate’; an apt slogan employed by the US Navy for its research into electromagnetic railguns. Electromagnetic...

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The Burning Question

Dr. Thomas Withington - Etienne-Lacroix has announced it has commenced deliveries of its first serial production batch of LIR-120-A400M and LIR-121-A400M flares. These which...

Simple, Reliable, Accurate

Dr. Thomas Withington - CRFS takes wide area passive Radio Frequency (RF) detection a step further. The firm’s new RFEye 3DTDOA system offers impressive...

AERALIS signs MoU with THALES Training and Simulation

AERALIS Ltd, the British firm developing the UK’s first home-grown fast jet training aircraft since the Hawk, signs an MoU with THALES to develop...

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