In this issue: Training the Royal Marines for CBRN threats, inside the Sky...
Are multinational ventures the way forward for mega military projects?
Conventional thinking has long held that when it comes to really big defence projects, procurement, like charity, begins at home. But could working across multinational lines bring rewards?
Stingray: the long road to a successful navy UAS
The US Navy recently announced that the carriers George H.W. Bush and Dwight D. Eisenhower will be the first to field the MQ-25A Stingray unmanned aerial refuelling system, essentially a massive UAS capable of refuelling aircraft in the air. Claire Apthorp examines the project in advance of the request for proposals.
Is the US military machine losing its innovation edge to China?
America has far outstripped its rivals when it comes to defence innovation, but there are signs that this seems to be slowing and could possibly be in danger of stalling altogether, a situation that could open the door to China.
Green military structures: saving energy and lives
Quieter, more sustainable bases are not just more efficient, they are safer and more survivable too, according to World Housing Solutions (WHS) founder Ron Ben-Zeev.
TRIVAL ANTENE Announces Launch of Products for Various Frequency Ranges
TRIVAL ANTENE proudly announces the launch of nine new products within VHF-UHF-SHF Frequencies, which are the result of continuous development efforts.
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