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Springtime in Stockholm

Springtime in Stockholm
Look to ITEC 2019 to spotlight new and disruptive technology within a core theme of interoperability. Europe Editor Dim Jones previews the event. There has been a sea change in recent years in the defence posture of the Scandinavian and Baltic States,...  Read more

On Becoming Genuine

On Becoming Genuine
The UK’s Land Warfare Centre can finally claim to be a legitimate warfare centre in the broad sense. Gareth Davies describes the new look. There has been a Land Warfare Centre (LWC) in Warminster, UK since 2002 and in the almost two decades since it...  Read more

Embracing the Virtual

Embracing the Virtual
The EHUD AACMI system stitches together live and virtual to train fighter pilots for precision. Arie Egozi explains. A small airspace and an entanglement of threats, assets and allies has defined the need for a surgical air attack capability for the...  Read more

Training Naval Flight Officers

Training Naval Flight Officers
In late October, after a reschedule due to Hurricane Michael, Group Editor Marty Kauchak journeyed to Naval Air Station Pensacola, Florida. He reports on the US Navy’s efforts to bring more technology and contractor support to bear on naval flight...  Read more

The Insatiable Demand for Drones

The Insatiable Demand for Drones
Group Editor Marty Kauchak highlights the quickening pace of S&T industry support for UAS fleets around the globe, enabling operators to train and rehearse for missions in expanding, ever more complex mission sets. Military services around the globe...  Read more