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Marty Kauchak

Marty Kauchak
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Marty Kauchak is a retired US Navy captain, having served in a number of operational assignments with the service's surface warfare community. He was awarded an MA in National Security and Strategic Studies from the US Naval War College, and resides in New Orleans, Louisiana.
RSS Independence

Small Platforms Make A Big Difference

Freedom of navigation and ‘presence’ missions in response to territorial disputes with the Peoples Republic of China, fishery patrols and interdiction of migrants at...
Insitu’s UAVs

Beyond the One Million Flight Hour Mark

Insitu’s ScanEagle, Integrator and RQ-21A Blackjack Unmanned Aerial Vehicles (UAVs) hit a collective one million operational flight hours during the last week of July....
The Wave Glider

Boeing Moves Forward in the Unmanned Sector

Boeing’s defence, space and security division is expanding its footprint in the unmanned systems domain. The firm told asianmilitaryreview.com that: “autonomous systems are one...
Boeing

Building Bridges

Boeing’s defence, space and security division is enlisting Asia Pacific companies to support its weapons platforms’ life cycle requirements, and is using Insitu’s ScanEagle...
Boeing P-8A

Boeing Looks East

Boeing is making inroads into the Asia-Pacific’s competitive air platform market, bolstered, in part, by its P-8A Poseidon maritime patrol aircraft deliveries to Australia...
Eutelsat Quantum

More SATCOM for Asia-Pacific Customers

Eutelsat’s new 172B and Quantum satellites will offer improved connectivity and other services to Asian defence ministries and their governments.   Eutelsat-172B is an all-electric...

GE Outlines Asia-Pacific Marine Engine Developments

Worldwide General Electric (GE) has delivered over 1400 marine gas turbines servicing 35 navies on some 500 ship programmes. According to George Awiszus, director...
AMR Kauchak Kawasaki JMSDF P-1

Delivery of first 13 P-1s Expected by End of April

This month a Kawasaki Heavy Industries executive met on a condition of anonymity with asianmilitaryreview.com and provided an update on the company’s P-1 maritime...
AAV7A1 Marines hit the water

Augmenting the Amphibians

The Japanese military is organising an Amphibious Rapid Deployment Brigade that is expected to become fully operational in 2018. An important enabler in this...

Japan to get new Hawkeyes in 2018

Northrop Grumman will deliver two E-2D Advanced Hawkeye Airborne Early Warning (AEW) aircraft to the Japan Air Self Defence Force (JASDF) in 2018, the...

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Hong Kong based Government Flying Service (GFS) has received three H175s in public services configuration, becoming the world’s first operator of this new variant...
Ababeel-CAS

Pakistan’s Chinese Multiple Tracking System for Ababeel MIRV

In March 2018 the Chinese Academy of Sciences (CAS) reportedly announced that Pakistan had bought an advanced missile tracking system from China. Reports stated that...
C-130J

C-130J Fuselage Trainer enters service for Royal Australian Air Force

CAE today announced that the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has accepted into service a new C-130J Fuselage Trainer (FuT). The C-130J FuT was officially...

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