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The Nikkei Asian Review reported on 29 June that the Japan Ground Self-Defence Force (JGDSF) will active a new electronic warfare unit near the...
Harpy-NG-IAI

Made In Taiwan

Dr. Thomas Withington - In June, the Republic of China Air Force confirmed a five-year programme worth $2.5 billion to develop a new Anti-Radiation Unmanned...
Editor-in-Chief-Andrew-Drwiega

EDITOR’S BUNKER BRIEFING (14 September 2020) No25

Dear Readers, Back from my break and the virtual briefing / conference period is once again gathering momentum. Currently in my diary is Modern Day...
Pakistan-Navy-Frigate

Admiral Modernises Pakistan Navy To Meet Non-Traditional Threats

Chief of the Pakistan Navy, Admiral Zafar Mahmood Abbasi discusses how he is expanding the capabilities and operational outputs of his navy at a...
HMAS Brisbane RPD21

Australia to re-assess surface fleet construct, following strategic review

Australia intends to conduct an independent review of the size, mix, and capability of its naval surface fleet, as part of increasing the overall...
J-20

Indigenous Engine for China’s J-20 by Zhuhai Airshow?

With the delay of the Zhuhai Airshow from November 2020 to 2021, data and analytics company Globaldata expects that the new date will allow...
MSAP

By Air, by Sea or Land

Whether conducting special reconnaissance (SR), direct action (DA) or military assistance (MA) missions, SOF units must be capable of rapidly moving across the battlespace. Rotary...
Tactical radio providers

Frenetic activity in the Tactical Radios world

It has been another year of frenetic activity in the tactical radios world. Armada’s Tactical Radios Compendium returns providing readers with a digest of...
Thales-mine warfare

Dead Reckoning – Pathways to USV/UUV Autonomy

How much autonomy do maritime USVs and UUVs actually need to accomplish their missions now and in the future? ‘Autonomous’, ‘unmanned’, ‘uncrewed’, ‘lean manning’… over...
BAE Systems’ Mk.38 Mod.3

Up Close and Personal

Close-In Weapons Systems are effectively the ‘last line of defence’ for naval vessels. CIWS have evolved in recent years as the immediate threats to...

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