This is the March 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.

March 2018 Issue includes:

  • Sea Power: Beyond Kinetic Protection:  Dr. Joetey Attariwala examines the methods of electronic warfare that can be employed to protect naval surface vessels.
  • Air Power: Maritime Rotorcraft Growth Predicted: Buying new, opting for less expensive upgrades or considering an alternative. Andrew Drwiega examines a few options as the military helicopter market continues to grow.
  • Regional: CAE Brunei Story: Editor Andrew Drwiega visits Brunei to see how the CAE S-70i simulator has made a difference to the Brunei Air Force.
  • Land Warfare: More Than Body Armour: Body armour is now a soldier system, supporting situational awareness. Andrew White explains.
  • Regional: India’s Armed Forces: India has large and professional armed forces, although modernisation is often slowed by tradition and political process. Brian Cloughly explains.
  • Air Power: Air Refuelling Proliferates: The increasing number of fighter aircraft in Asia-Pacific has resulted in a larger requirement for AAR. Alan Warnes reports.
  • Land Warfare: Preparing For The Worst:  David Oliver takes a look at how the Australian Defence Force is modernising its capacity to react to CBRNE challenges.
  • Land Warfare: Receiving You Loud And Clear: Situational awareness for the warfighter is now founded in space-based communications and surveillance systems. JR Ng reports.
  • Singapore Airshow Review:  Andrew Drwiega reviews a selection of opinions and products uncovered at this year’s Singapore Airshow.

Download – Issue of March 2018