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Underwater Force Multipliers

Published in the September/October 2020 Issue - Submarine-launched unmanned platforms are looking to covertly penetrate hostile A2/AD areas where their ‘mother ships’ fear to...
The Striker II helmet-mounted display

Looks Really Can Kill!

Published in the July/August 2020 Issue - Tracing the development of high tech flying helmets for frontline pilots. Flying wearing a helmet mounted sight, a...
Saab-Health

Saab Receives Order for Deployable Health to Australia

Saab has signed a contract with the Australian Department of Defence to deliver deployable health modules for the Australian Government’s Deployable Health Capability Program,...
KAI-KF-X

South Korea’s KF-X programme to benefit from local industry boost

The South Korean government will increase funding support to homegrown defence companies that produce indigenous components for major platforms and weapon systems, with the...
RAF-Typhoon

Precisely on Target

Precision guided munitions have become today’s norm, especially to overcome averse weather and where targets are close to urban areas. Smart Weaponry Smart weaponry shapes the...
Australia-OPV

Coast Guards welcome OPV Boom

Asian-Pacific navies traditionally operate traditional warships leading the Coast Guards to benefit from very capable Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPV). Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs) have gained...
GlobalEye

Sweeping the Skies

Guarding economic zones and watching for incursions, either temporary or as part of a deliberate strategy, has raised the need for wide area and...
Saab

First flight for Saab’s new Electronic Attack Jammer Pod (EAJP)

On 4 November, Saab conducted first flight tests with its new advanced Electronic Attack Jammer Pod (EAJP). The tests were to confirm the pod’s...
F-35-JSF

Singapore’s roadmap for Next Generation Force

JR Ng - Thinking ahead, Singapore’s Ministry of Defence already has plans for the modernisation of its armed forces by 2030. In a budget speech...
Raaf-F-35A

Aspiring to Fifth Generation Fighters

David Oliver - The latest generation of fighters is not only coming to Asia-Pacific, but is being also developed within the region. In April 1991...

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