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GBAD in Asia-Pacific

The Russian invasion of Ukraine has brought the need to protect their forces with ground based air defence into sharp perspective The importance of ground-based...
A340 AEW

Airborne Trip Wires

Airborne Early Warning (AEW) aircraft operating in the Asia Pacific region. From a purely West-centric view-point, it may come as something of a surprise to...
Aegis combat system

Intelligent Development: Managing Data Through the CMS

A combat management system (CMS) is as essential in a modern warship as any of the platform’s sensors and weapons. Discussion of naval ship and...
Aeronautics Orbiter 4

Affordable Maritime Patrol

While nothing is cheap in defence, a range of less expensive capabilities might be enough, especially if networked with allies. The Indo-Pacific region has...

EDITOR’S BUNKER BRIEFING (3 October 2022, No.80)

UKRAINE FIGHTS BACK, WHILE THE WALLS CLOSE IN ON PUTIN Dear Readers, Since my last Bunker Briefing, the tide of war has turned in favour of...
Tactical simulated training in Pardubice. (MATC)

LOM Praha Trade Offers Mi Helicopter Maintenance and Air/Ground Personnel Training

LOM Praha Trade is engaged in helicopter (airframe) maintenance of the Mi Series of helicopters, including the maintenance of engines, gearboxes and other aggregates,...
The Philippines may replace cancelled Mi-17s with CH-47 Chinooks. (David Oliver)

New Plans for the Philippines Air Force

In July, Philippine Air Force (PAF) chief Lt. Gen. Connor Anthony Canlas Sr. said that the PAF reduced the options for its Multi-Role Fighter...

Saab Exhibits Range of Defence Solutions at D&S

Thailand is one of Saab’s most significant global customers. At Defense & Security 2022 the company will display a unique range of solutions across...
RTAF Gripen and Saab 340 AEW&C. (Saab)

Bilateral Thai-China Exercise Falcon Strike Returns After Covid

An annual joint fighter jets exercise between Thailand and China resumed this month after being put on hold for two years during the pandemic,...
The Royal Australian Air Force uses the Pilatus PC-21 as it bridges the performance gap between traditional turboprop trainers and lead-in fighters. (RAAF)

Transitioning Pilot Training

The military pilot training world is changing rapidly, undergoing a seismic shift as it tries to adapt to new requirements, both budgetary and operational. Although...

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