Let There Be Light

As a concept, Lidar has been around for decades. However, recent years have seen a sharp uptake in interest in the technology, as sensors...
Airbus-satellite

Space Defence Set for Meteoric Rise

Published in the December 2020/January 2021 issue - As space operations are increasingly under threat, the United Kingdom is joining the United Space in...
FNSS Medium Tank

Turkish Armour Aims For Exports

Armoured vehicles designed and manufactured by Turkish companies are now finding their own export markets. For many years the Turkish Land Forces Command (TLFC) deployed...
Invisio’s V60 product

Time to Accessorize

Often neglected in the world of tactical radios, but as vital as the transceivers themselves, are the accessories which enable the radios to be...
SOF troop

Strike from the Sea

Armada launches its new Stirling column providing the latest news and developments in the Special Forces community. Named after David Stirling, the founder of...

Corvettes on Course

“Increasing demand for flexible ships that can adapt to multiple missions has been driving the corvette market over the last fifteen years,” notes Stephane...
HMCS-Chicoutimi

Sense, Send and Strike

The system modernisation programme for the Royal Canadian Navy’s four Victoria-class submarines is upgrading all three core elements of a submarine’s at-sea contribution to...
UK Minister for the Armed Forces

Winning the Fight With Data Analysis

Published in the June/July 2020 Issue - The analysis of data, who to distribute it to and how it will be used will be...
F-35A

New Dimension to Gulf Defence Market

Published in the Middle East Feb/Mar 2021 Supplement - The normalisation of relationships with Israel through the Abraham Accords will stimulate the growth of...
F-15C/E

Winds of change in the Fighter market

Andrew Hunter - Very little stirs the blood in defence quite like a good fighter competition. Fighters are glamorous, eye-catching, and expensive. They are...

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