All articles by Gareth Evans

  1. Sky Sabre: inside the UK’s missile defence system

    For all of its willingness to embrace the modern military’s love of acronyms, when it comes to serious equipment the…
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    25 Apr
  2. Are multinational ventures the way forward for mega military projects?

    In the run-up to Scotland’s independence referendum of 2014, it was made quite clear that UK warships were only ever…
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    12 Apr
  3. Regenerative medicine on the battlefield

    During the Vietnam War, only 75% of those injured in combat made it home alive; roll forward to the recent…
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    4 Apr
  4. Is the US military machine losing its innovation edge to China?

    Innovation has been central to the US war machine since the end of WWII, and, by implication, to the success…
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    29 Mar
  5. Green military structures: saving energy and lives

    “Most of the wars in the last few hundred years were won, or lost, due to logistics,” says Ron Ben-Zeev,…
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    26 Mar
  6. Driverless vehicles in the military – will the potential be realised?

    While the growing chorus of ‘take the man out of the machine’ has led to an explosion in aerial drone…
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    12 Feb
  7. Fincantieri & Naval Group: what could a merger achieve?

    “Accord gagnant-gagnant” (win-win deal) tweeted French President Emmanuel Macron as an agreement was finally announced at the end of September…
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    22 Jan
  8. UAV innovation: what are the new concepts taking hold?

    Today, around 90 countries fly military drones, ranging in size from the Global Hawk, with its 40m wingspan, 6,800kg weight…
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    19 Dec
  9. Sound and fury: a timeline of North Korean aggression in 2017

    With North Korean aggression steadily ramping up over the course of the year, the world has been forced to deal…
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    18 Dec
  10. Soldier en route: the technology saving lives on the way to hospital

    Soldiers today have the best survival rates in the history of warfare, but, of those who don’t make it, 90%…
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    30 Nov