This is the February 2018 issue of Asian Military Review. This is not the latest issue. To read the current month’s issue of the magazine, please subscribe here.
February 2018 Issue includes:
- Air Power: Unmanned, Unblinking Eyes Over The Ocean: David Oliver examines how users of medium- and high-altitude long-endurance (MALE/HALE) are broadening their scope to include communications intelligence (COMINT) and electronic support measures/electronic intelligence (ESM/ELINT).
- Regional Militaries: Singapore’s Armed Forces: As 2017 drew to a close, the Singaporean Armed Forces completed its biennial overseas exercise, Forging Sabre, in Arizona, USA. JR Huang reports on the advances that the Force has made in command and control of air assets including UAVs.
- Regional: Air Forces Directory: AMR’s annual comprehensive Asia Pacific Air Forces Directory is compiled by Alan Warnes.
- Land Warfare: “Tank!!” The Psychological Impact of Armour: Stephen W. Miller explains why main battle tanks are still valued as the heavyweight punch, but more manouverability may be just around the corner.
- Sea Power: Constabulary Maritime: Big is not necessarily the best when it comes to protecting maritime areas of economic importance or ensuring territiorial integrity is maintained. Dr Lee Willett reports.
- Air Power: MANPAD Menace: Dr. Joetey Attariwala takes a look at how Man-Portable Air Defence Systems (MANPADS) work and industry’s latest developments to defeat the threat.