Vol. 40 Nbr. 3, June - June 2016
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- Gettin' around: with the contemporary environment continuing to demand high mobility over long ranges for armed forces, requirements continue to be satisfied with emerging technologies based around Internally Transportable Vehicles (ITVs).
- Hitting where it hurts: with the advancement in equipment and technology associated with 'Near Peer' states including Russia, NATO members and other allied nations are becoming increasingly concerned with regards to being overmatched.
- Left to my own devices: the contemporary operating environment's hybrid mix of regular and irregular warfare continues to be illustrated around the world with state and non-state actors employing a diverse range of Concepts of Operation (CONOP).
- Power trip: the modern soldier market continues to see particular emphasis placed on reductions of in the Size, Weight and Power (SWAP) of batteries in order to reduce the burden on the dismounted soldier, while maximising the electricity available to power their needs.
- The human league.
- We want information!
- Too important to ignore.
- A fatal error has occurred.
- Water, water everywhere.
- On the move.
- Seeing things: military vehicles have used optronics, such as night vision devices, for decades for observation and targeting, driver aids and, more recently, local all-round vision, often as add-ons during upgrades and usually as standalone systems.
- Flying filling stations.
- Power politics: combining two or more energy sources, hybrid power systems are increasingly seen as the most efficient way of providing dismounted soldiers with the energy they need to operate their electronic equipment away from established power sources, for increasingly longer periods.
- Will the bomber always get through?
- Fighting fascism.