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- Land Warfare: Raining Lead: Stephen W. Miller examines the latest machine guns for infantry squads.
- Sea Power: Frigates fill the Maritime Gap: Budgets in Asian Pacific can be more justified for ‘workhorse’ frigates and corvettes, says Tim Fish.
- Air Power: Sub Hunters are in Demand: Andrew Drwiega reviews multi-mission maritime helicopter developments and requirements in Asia Pacific.
- Air Power: The Nead for Sead: Anti access / area denial (A2/AD) has become a hot topic in the Asia Pacific region as Dr. Tom Withington explains.
- Sea Power: Coast Guard with Muscles: The Chinese Coast Guard is a force to be reckoned with and has not stopped growing as JR Ng reports.
- Land Warfare: Blast Protection: Countering IEDs is a skill that has been hard won and should not be forgotten as Grant Turnbull discovers.
- Regional: Singapore’s Roadmap for Next Generation Force: JR Ng reports on plans to modernise Singapore’s tri-service capability to 2030 and beyond.
- Analyst Column: Assessing Malaysia’s Light Combat Aircraft options: Columnist Ben Ho takes a look at Malaysia’s Light Combat Aircraft requirement.