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- Sea Power: Frigate and Destroyer Programmes in Asia-Pacific: China’s naval expansion has sparked a new urgency in the number of frigate and destroyer programmes being launched, as Tim Fish discovers.
- Land Warfare: The Rise Of Truck Mounted Guns: Truck mounted guns are far from the ‘poor man’s artillery.’ Stephen W. Miller talks through the advantages of such systems.
- Asia-Pacific Naval Directory: Dr. Lee Willett presents an analysis of naval strengths and trends within Asia-Pacific.
- Air Power: Refreshing the EW Spectrum: David Oliver visits MASS to see how military specialists are improving their electronic warfare skills and techniques.
- Air Power: Persistent C4ISR Ambition: Justin Bronk explains the growing need for national Command, Control, Communications, Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance assets.
- Air Power: Oceanic Surveillance: David Oliver casts an eye over the region’s acquisition of maritime patrol aircraft.
- Land Warfare: Blurring the Lines: Infantry Fighting Vehicle or Armoured Personnel Carrier? Stephen W. Miller analyses the differences – and similarities.
- Regional Militaries: Indonesia Defence Update: The modernisation of Indonesia’s armed forces is under way. Editor Andrew Drwiega reports.
- Analysts Column: Taiwan’s Cruise Missile Deterrent Strategy: Columnist Ben Ho analyses Taiwan’s cruise missile defence strategy against China.