Brunei Air Force Pilots ‘Cool’ with S-70i Simulator Training

Asian Military Review was recently invited to examine the Royal Brunei Air Force’s S-70i simulator in Brunei Darussalam. Brunei, the small sovereign state situated on...

More than Body Armour

As demand for personal protection equipment (PPE) continues to rise, armed forces are also considering its integration into more holistic soldier modernisation concepts aimed...

Receiving you Loud and Clear

Space-based communications and surveillance systems have become indispensable to armed forces in the era of networked warfare, which is premised upon reliable and efficient...

Air Refuelling Proliferates

Fighters need fuel; Airbus and Boeing are competing with their own modern solutions in a region where range is crucial. With so many large numbers...

India’s Armed Forces

India’s armed forces, while undoubtedly professional, continue to be hampered by their traditional structure, unhelpful political process including an adherence to ‘Made in India’...

Maritime Rotorcraft Growth Predicted

With naval expansion happening across the world, maritime helicopter operators can cross the gamut of options from the most ‘built-for-purpose’ helicopters to breathing new...

RAAF Adds Three CAE FMS for LIFCAP Training

Since ordering the BAE Systems Hawk 127 Lead-In Fighter (LIF) in June 1997, the Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) has undergone some major changes...

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