This is the July/August 2016 issue of Asian Military Review. This is not the latest issue.
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Table of Contents

  • Land Forces – Defeating the IED: Improvised Explosive Devices are the scourge of the modern battlefield. Peter Donaldson investigates the countermeasures being developed for vehicles to neutralise this menace.
  • Regional – Automatic for the People – UAV Directory 2016-2017: AMR’s ever-popular Unmanned Aerial Vehicles directory returns with Claire Apthorp at the helm, chronicling recent regional developments in this domain.
  • Air Power – Heliopolis: Medium-lift utility helicopters remain in strong demand in the Asia-Pacific. Andrew Drwiega examines some options for actors in the region.
  • Regional Militaries – Big in Japan: Dr. Alix Valenti examines Japan’s strategic situation and its impact on the country’s ongoing military modernisation.
  • Sea Power – Virtual Action Stations: Claire Apthorp examines the synthetic naval training market in the Asia-Pacific, and the products hoping to satisfy demand.
  • Air Power – Protection Racket: Thomas Withington examines the threats faced by combat aircraft, and the part integrated self-protection systems can play in mitigating these.
  • Land Forces – Four Wheeling by Parachute: Stephen W. Miller takes a detailed look at the US Army’s Ground Mobility Vehicle, and what it can offer to airborne operations.
  • Pulse: Catch up on all the latest defence radio frequency news and analysis in Thomas Withington’s regular Pulse column.

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