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...

“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...
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A400M Atlas for Indonesia

The Indonesian Air Force (TNI-AU) announced on its website in early March that it would provide pilots and technicians to support A400M operations by...

Environics received another purchase order for CBRN Reconnaissance Vehicle

Environics has received a new purchase order for CBRN reconnaissance vehicle from Indonesian Ministry of Defence. Environics has already delivered three similar CBRN reconnaissance...

Discover the latest in radar and optronics technology

In a world where challenges present themselves from small water craft being used as weapons to pirates holding ships for ransom, surveillance of the...
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“Engineers Up!”

For all the might of main battle tanks and other fighting vehicles, their progress can be stopped or slowed without the skills and specialist vehicles...

Modular or Dedicated MCMV?

As the Indonesian Navy looks at replacing the Pulau Rengat-class MCMVs, we explore the pros and cons of adopting a modular or dedicated style....
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Role With It

Discussing the multi-role combat aircraft market in the Asia-Pacific region is a daunting exercise at the best of times, and one that has many...
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Train As You Fight

The Light Combat Aircraft (LCA) concept can be traced back to the 1950s. Its emergence reflected broader trends in air power, including the increasing...

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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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