HMAS Brisbane Takes to the Water

The Royal Australian Navy marked a major milestone on 15 December 2016 with the launch of HMAS Brisbane. This ship is the second of...

PNGDF Plans Expansion

Brigadier General Gilbert Toropo, commander of the Papua New Guinea Defence Force (PNGDF), talk to asianmilitaryreview.com about the state of PNGDF capabilities in the...

Gripen Heads East

Saab has told asianmilitaryreview.com that it is proposing to transfer manufacturing and assembly capabilities for the company’s JAS-39E/F Gripen fighter to India. According to...

Rheinmetall’s Lynx

Rheinmetall is betting that the future in Armoured Fighting Vehicles (AFVs) is in modular configurations with the concept of a common ‘base chassis’ designed...

From our Correspondents

The Permissive Society

The airpower debate continues over the need for the United States Air Force (USAF) to field less sophisticated aircraft for the conduct of ground...
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Storming the Night

L3 Technologies’ Warrior Systems division will be delivering its Small Tactical Optical Rifle-Mounted (STORM) SLX System to the US Army. The firm has developed...

Gripen-M For Indian Navy?

Saab has stated that it will respond to a Request for Information (RFI) from the Indian Navy (IN) for the acquisition of approximately 57...
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Catching Up With the Air Corps

Asianmilitaryreview.com recently enjoyed a rare opportunity to catch up with the British Army Air Corps (AAC) 7 Flight (Brunei) which is a small detached...

Searching for Submarines

For years, Taiwan has talked about new conventional hunter-killer submarines (SSKs). The country's navy currently operates four aged submarines; two Second World War vintage...

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