With the commander of the Army Medical Research and Development Command telling reporters that the Army expects to have a vaccine by the end of the year, and human testing to commence late summer, the focus is once more on the role of the defence base in stabilising the current crisis.

The vital role of military logistics apparent in this crisis will likely result in significant increases in EU and NATO expenditure on dual-use infrastructure, bucking the likely trend of declining opportunities in the contracting economies.

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