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Stephen W. Miller

Stephen W. Miller
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A former US Marine ground combat and aviation officer instrumental in the adoption of wheeled armoured vehicles and manoeuvre warfare. He has extensive hands-on experience in development, acquisition, fielding, support and employment leading land, naval, and air programmes in the US and twenty-four other countries. [email protected]
DAGOR

Four Wheeling by Parachute

The operational advantage of airborne forces is their ability to be loaded into fixed-wing freighters, be moved across significant distances and then be dropped...
VT-4 MBTs

Thailand to receive new VT-4s by year end

NORINCO took advantage of a recent live fire demonstration in Inner Mongolia to showcase the VT-4 Main Battle Tanks (MBTs) destined to fill the...
BT-3F

Indonesian Marines Select Amphibious Vehicle

Indonesia’s Marine Corps have been expanding their amphibious ship and shore-to-shore transport capabilities. Already equipped with the BAE Systems LVTP7 and Russian-supplied BTR-50 tracked amphibious...
RGM-84L from a US Navy vessel

Harpoon Cleared for Thailand

The Royal Thai Navy’s (RTN) 2016 request to purchase Boeing RGM-84L Harpoon surface-to-surface anti-ship missiles has successfully cleared the approval process with the US...
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Yong vehicles on track for ROK Army

Hyundai’s Yong wheeled armoured vehicles in development since 2012 for the Republic of Korea (ROK) Army are completing preproduction trials. The vehicle is being...
T-90 main battle tanks

New T-90s for Vietnam’s Army

Vietnam’s modernisation of its ground forces finally appears to be underway, following the announcement to this effect by Colonel General Vo Van Tuan, Vietnam’s...
NORINCO

China Unveils High Speed Amphibious Capability

Being able to rapidly move from a ship to the beach and then inland has significant benefits. It reduces exposure while moving to the...

Asia’s Artillery Rennaissance

Artillery is experiencing a revolution in platform design, ordnance and fire control. Such advances are making artillery more deployable, enabling weapons to reach the...

New Zealand’s Poseidon Adventure

New Zealand will soon significantly enhance its maritime surveillance capabilities with the approval by the United States for its request to acquire four Boeing...

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The Asia-Pacific has, in recent years, seen significant activity in the acquisition and fielding of new IFVs (Infantry Fighting Vehicles) as a consequence of...

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