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An Insider’s View of Global Defense Developments
team will publish a periodic featured report focusing on key defense developments inside Washington and around the world. This report will give you a leg up on US and global defense developments and defining challenges.
You can read the news to find out today’s tweets, but how about anticipating the headlines to come, which will drive perceptions and events down the road?
Each report will focus on a key development and provide in an in-depth look at the nature of that key development and its potential impacts and consequences for global competition and cooperation.
Rob Mundle is a very good writer focusing on Australia’s maritime history. In this book, he provides a fascinating look at how European explorers over time filled in the map in the ability…
This year’s International Fighter Conference held in Berlin provided a chance for the participants and the attendees to focus on the role of fighters in what we have been calling…
Defence IQ spoke with Brigadier General Michel Lalumière, Director Force Development, Royal Canadian Air Force, to explore the RCAF’s future pilot training and simulation strategies. Lalumière discussed the transition to…
While attending the International Fighter Conference 2018 in Berlin, we heard from two senior members of the Royal Canadian Air Force with regard to Canadian views about the future for…
The Royal Canadian Air Force from Canadian Forces Base Cold Lake, Alberta, park a CF-188 Hornet in a hangar at Gowen Field to fix the landing gear on the aircraft Nov. 29, 2017 in Boise, Idaho. The RCAF blew a tire on the CF-188 while landing on the runway at Gowen Field. (U.S. Air National Guard photo by Airman 1st Class Mercedee Schwartz)
New Delhi. The Indian Navy has selected the US General Atomics EMALS for its second aircraft carrier, IAC II, which should be operational in about 10 years. Chief of Naval Staff…
By Andrew Fisher
On 24 October 2018, the Australian Defence College (ADC) hosted a Profession of Arms Seminar entitled ‘Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and the Future of War’. The seminar was well attended by a variety of personnel across all three services, ranks and other government departments. FLTLT