Light Combat Aircraft in the Asia Pacific

The demand for relatively lower cost trainer / light attack aircraft in Asian Pacific has been an attractive proposition to countries needing to upgrade...

Strength on the surface

Naval orders-of-battle are on the rise in the Asia-Pacific. Mounting tensions over territory, resources and state-on-state rivalries at sea are prompting Asia-Pacific navies to...

SEA demonstrates its latest technologies to South Korean market

Cohort plc company SEA has showcased its role as a leading supplier of Torpedo Launch Systems (TLS) at a UK defence services industry day...
US Air Force’s Boeing WC-135W Constant Phoenix aircraft

Dial ‘M’ for Madman

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is known for its penchant for missile development, particularly on a scale that would impact many nations around...

Changing Strategies

The Republic of Korea’s (ROK) armed forces trace their origin to 1948. The force was born on the battlefields of the Korean War of...

“Tank!!” The psychological impact of Armour

Mobility, firepower and protection. Three qualities of the Main Battle Tank that are seeing regional armies keep to modernise their stocks. The tank is a...
Saab 340 aircraft

Doing more than it says on the Tin

Airborne Early Warning (AEW) aircraft can do much more than their acronym suggests. The increasing ability of these platforms to perform land and sea...

Thailand celebrates induction of T-50TH

The Royal Thai Air Force has completed the induction of its first four KAI T-50TH Golden Eagle supersonic trainers with 401 Squadron, based at...

ROKAF Rolls Out F-35A

Lockheed Martin rolled out the first of 40 F-35A Joint Strike Fighters ordered for the Republic of Korea Air Force (ROKAF) in 2014 on...
RQ-4B-Global-Hawk

Unmanned, Unblinking Eyes Over The Ocean

The ramp-up of capability in terms of MALE/HALE operations is happening, although fully operational systems in many cases are still some years away. ...

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Hong Kong’s Government Flying Service receive first H175s

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...
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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...
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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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