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- Pulse Column: Radar, Electronic Warfare and Tactical Communications: Catch up on all the latest defence radio frequency news and analysis in Thomas Withington’s regular Pulse column.
- Country Report: Japan Armed Forces: Justin Bronk takes the temperature of Japanese airpower, and finds the country facing tough choices as it looks towards the future.
- Strategic Analysis: Back in Business: Beth Stevenson examines the growing commercial and defence links between Iran and the Asia-Pacific region.
- Air Power: Alternative Options: Sources of supply for precision guided air-launched weapons are diversifying away from the United States, Beth Stevenson explains.
- Air Power: Care From The Air: The United Nations is one of the world’s largest operators of freighters and helicopters. David Oliver explores the vital work that such aircraft perform.
- Sea Power: Periscope Depth: Dr. Alix Valenti examines the submarine market in the Asia-Pacific and discovers a procurement race focused on capability and fleet sizes.
- Land Warfare: To The Lowest Echelon: Thomas Withington takes the temperature of the tactical radio market in the Asia-Pacific and finds international vendors increasingly competing with local providers.