Vol. 40 Nbr. 1, February - February 2016
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- All-seeing eyes.
- Number crunching.
- Cyber active.
- Best supporting actors: concerns regarding collateral damage in the contemporary operating environment continue to have significant effects on the employment of support weapons on the battlefield, particularly in relation to complex Military Operations in Urban Terrain (MOUT).
- Of sparrows and sidewinders: the global Air-to-Air Missile (AAM) market is a fiercely competitive one, in which long-established players battle to provide the armament for a diminishing number of different fighters in service with air forces and navies worldwide.
- Dangers of the deep: easy to deploy and cheap to acquire, sea mines and underwater explosives pose a real threat to navies and commercial shipping by reducing freedom of movement in shallow waters and strategic choke points.
- Let's see what's out there! When Captain Jean Luc Picard, skipper of the USS Enterprise, uttered these immortal words in the cult science fiction television series Star Trek: The Next Generation, the technology onboard his 24th Century spaceship was a tad more sophisticated than current combat aircraft radar.
- Avoiding a mid-life crisis.
- Coming to a theatre near you.
- War without end?