Vol. 41 Nbr. 1, February - February 2017
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- Batteries required.
- K-9 for the krab.
- Long arm of the NLAW.
- Norwegian Frigate modernisation.
- Blood will have blood.
- Cost versus credibility.
- Class war.
- Vehicles for chance.
- The man who fell to earth: parachutes have been providing soft landings for people who have needed to leave flying objects, either in an emergency or by design, for more than a century, enabling escape from damaged aircraft and the delivery of troops behind enemy lines during airborne assaults or special forces insertions.
- What lies beneath? Ship categories are changing: as navies are required to respond to an ever-increasing spectrum of traditional and non-traditional threats, the lines of classification between corvettes, frigates and destroyers are growing increasingly blurred.
- Prevention is better than cure: the military vehicle maintenance market is in a state of transition: the model that came into play over a decade of US-led combat operations in the Middle East was focused on keeping vehicle fleets that were often acquired under Urgent Operational Requirement (UOR) programmes maintained.