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Feeding the Future Force

Indonesia is facing the need to quickly overhaul its disparate military forces following the end of international arms embargoes imposed as a response to the country’s human rights record. This restricted its defence modernisation plans for almost a decade. by Andrew Drwiega   The resurgence of Indonesia’s economic strength after the dark days of the […]

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Dragon’s Den

The November 2014 China’s Zhuhai Airshow will be a rare forum where the country will publicly display its military hardware. Indeed, few other militaries attract the attention, and also the apprehension, that the ever-modernising People’s Liberation Army (PLA) engenders. by Gordon Arthur   Neighbours are certainly unnerved by China’s military modernisation, as is the United […]

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Deep Thoughts

The submarine is the modern capital ship and for this reason the number of operators has risen steadily over the past few decades. The growing demand in the Asia-Pacific for these vessels reflects the submarines’ increasing importance for sea dominance. by Edward Hooton   In addition to the traditional roles mentioned above, covert reconnaissance has […]

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Talking Shop

The squad/platoon commander requires a radio which can host several networks and connect them to their troops and higher echelons of command. As this article will show an array of products are in the marketplace which can satisfy their requirements. by Thomas Withington   At the basic level, squad/platoon commander radios must be able to […]

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Blade Runner

The ‘big stick’ of the military rotorcraft world is the attack helicopter. This aerial bearer of lethality really came into its own during the Vietnam War where United States Army hunter-killer combinations, known as ‘Pink Teams’ using reconnaissance and attack helicopters would work together to identify and attack ground targets. by Andrew Drwiega   After […]

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Roll With It

The Asia-Pacific has become a hotbed of activity thanks to the US Department of Defence’s (DoD’s) ‘pivot’ towards the region, while posturing by China and Democratic Republic of Korea plus the forging of local partnerships to allay security fears is having an impact on the region’s armoured vehicle market. by Andrew White   Speaking at […]

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Toxicology Report

The takeover by ISIS (Islamic State of Iraq and Syria) of substantial areas of northern Iraq and Syria, populated by around six million people, during 2014 may herald a new era of threats, both in terms of conventional and unconventional warfare. by Andy Oppenheimer Following multiple ‘conventional’ atrocities, the possibility of ISIS acquiring and using […]

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