• After Iraq – Bringing it All Back Home

    Colonel Roger Cloutier is commander of the first US Army regiment to be employed in a bespoke homeland security role. He tells Paul French about swapping Baghdad for mums and...

  • When Electrical Equipment Should Not Go To Waste

    Defence companies supplying electronics for EU-based contracts could face environmental compliance regulations. In the first of a two-part look at compliance, columnist John Maclean describes what this could mean for...

  • Prioritising Procurement

    Any new procurement programme will require a great deal of planning and preparation. Alex Hawkes finds out about the MoD's new procurement change programme from Colonel John Whitby, assistant director...

  • US Army Finds Alternative Energy

    New technologies are allowing the military to become more fuel efficient. Anthony Beachey analyses the impact among the ground forces of the US Army.

  • Shoot First, Improve Combat ID Later?

    If any operational military problem requires a top-down solution it's fratricide, otherwise known as 'friendly fire'. Unfortunately, combat identification (CID) solutions are usually pursued from the bottom up, in piecemeal...


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