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Evolving Technology Challenges Defence Industry Into Greater Collaboration

The ongoing evolution in defence and wider technology is shaping the capability options defence and security companies pursue in response, said Pӓr Henrikson, Saab’s...
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All Change at the Corps: Force Design 2030

The plan for the future of the US Marine Corps is contentious and will see a restructuring away from its traditional all-arms employment. A revision...
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FLRAA and FARA – Procurement With a Difference

The US Army is on track to ensure that the two platforms that emerge from the Future Vertical Lift concept - FLRAA and FARA...
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TLC for TLS

The US Army is moving forward with its TLS-EAB ensemble to support operational-level CEMA. The Association of Old Crows’ CEMA-2021 conference had updates on the...
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Increasing Range for the Peer-on-Peer Conflict

Precision Long Range Fires was established as the top priority in the US Army’s 2019 Modernisation Strategy with the aim of enhancing its capabilities...
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Multi-layered Shield

Anti-Access Area Denial (A2AD) has taken on significant importance as military minds reset to peer-to-peer conflict from two decades of asymmetric warfare. Anti-Access Area Denial...
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Moving Fast – Mobility Matters

Light troops need speed of manouvre to reach their objectives - and carry their support equipment with them. A principle advantage of light infantry is...
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SOF Countercommunications Denial

As the operating environment for special operations forces (SOF) increasingly incorporates missions in anti-access/area denied (A2AD) and command and control denied or degraded environments...
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Keeping Constant Cohesion and Awareness

SOF small units must be fed real-time and accurate situation awareness, particularly when operating in anti-access area denied (A2AD) environments. Describing how command and control...
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Offensive Content

Michael Kofman, director of the Russia studies programme at the Centre for Naval Analysis, asks if we are posing the right questions regarding A2AD...

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