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Airborne AESA Fighter Radars

AESA radars are generally considered to be the most innovative and technologically-advanced type of tactical radar system and have become almost a necessity for...
RAF Typhoons deployed on Op Biloxi, the United Kingdom's contribution to NATO's Southern Air Policing, at Mihail Kogalniceanu Air Base in Romania, May 2021.

Operating at the Speed of Relevance

Air Marshal Sir Gerry Mayhew, the Royal Air Force’s (RAF) Deputy Commander for Operations (DCOM Ops) talked to Armada International during a busy tour...

Electronic Warfare Podcast 19: Finger on the Pulse

The dangers of the electromagnetic pulse are back on the agenda, fortunately, technology is helping to mitigate this threat. Russia’s invasion of Ukraine in...

Don’t Believe the Hype

The performance of the Russian Army’s Repellent-1 counter-UAV system maybe greatly exaggerated according to Armada’s latest analysis. Pity the poor Russian Electronic Warfare (EW) cadre....

Fuchs Bows Out

The Koninklijke Landmacht (Dutch Army) is to acquire new Electronic Warfare (EW) vehicles, the country’s defence ministry has announced. The plans revealed in late...

Reconnect with the EW community at AOC Europe 2022

AOC Europe 2022 is returning on 10-12 May at Parc des Expositions, Montpellier, France, to reunite the European electronic warfare community under one roof. The...

AERALIS partners with Hamble Aerostructures

Innovative British jet designer AERALIS, has announced it is partnering with Hamble Aerostructures, an Aernnova Group company, for integrated manufacturing design support of the...

After Denmark, Lithuania joins the growing list of Small Arms Training Indoor Simulator (SATIS)...

On March 17th, RUAG Defence France and the Lithuanian Armed Forces signed a major contract for the delivery of Small Arms Training Indoor Simulators...
US marines maintain equipment at the US Marine Corps Setermoen facility during Exercise ‘Cold Response 22’ in March. (Norwegian Armed Forces)

Exercise Cold Response Sees ‘huge step forward’ in Norwegian Army/US Marine Corps integration

The Norwegian-hosted NATO amphibious Exercise Cold Response, which took place in northern Norway in March, highlighted the increasing integration between the Norwegian Army and...
The US Navy aircraft carrier USS Harry S Truman (foreground) and the French Navy carrier FS Charles de Gaulle sail together in the Mediterranean Sea in March 2022. Recently, NATO has had a collective carrier presence of up to five ships at sea. (US Navy)

NATO’s Carrier Groups Demonstrate Collective Deterrence

NATO is enhancing its immediate and longer-term maritime presence to build deterrence now and into the future, a senior alliance official told a recent...

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