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  • 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...

  • The Eyes Have It

    SMI border security conference speaker, Babak Goudarzi Pour, tells Paul French why business is booming in biometrics.

  • War Machines of Afghanistan

    Robots have been at the forefront a revolution since the conflict in Afghanistan began in 2001. Paul French examines how technology has changed the face of modern warfare in the...

  • COA Wargaming is No Black Art

    Understanding techniques of COA wargaming is vital to developing sound decision-making skills and military judgement. Natalie Coomber investigates the benefits that simulation technology can bring.

  • Antibodies for Biological Warfare

    Although they receive worldwide condemnation, militaries still fear the use of biological weapons by rogue nations. Mike Pearn looks at why developing antibodies is a constant priority.

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