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Table of Contents
- Navel Directory – The Cruel Sea: AMR’s ever-popular naval directory returns for 2016 with Trevor Hollingsbee at the helm detailing the latest maritime developments in the region.
- Regional Militaries – Arming the Archipelago: Alex Calvo explores the security challenges, both internal and external, faced by the Philippines armed forces.
- Land Warfare – Avoiding Mistaken Identity: Friendly fire incidents and situational awareness is improving thanks to advancements in Battle Management Systems, Andrew White finds out.
- Sea Power – Big Surveillance for Small Platforms: The capabilities of naval surveillance radars equipping large naval platforms, is migrating down to smaller combatants, Thomas Withington explains.
- Land Warfare – Reach Out and Touch Someone: With regular warfare, as well as counter-insurgency, very much on the agenda, Andrew White examines some of the anti-armour weapons currently available.
- Air Power – The Huntsman Still Rules the Waves: David Oliver discovers that maritime patrol aircraft are in high demand in the Asia-Pacific, with a number of options, both old and new, available for potential customers.
- Air Power – Broadening Horizons: Claire Apthorp examines the options regarding Unmanned Aerial Vehicles for navies in the Asia-Pacific region.
- Pulse: Catch up with all of the latest developments in the defence radio frequency domain in Thomas Withington’s regular Pulse column.