CATEGORIES

SMART MUNITIONS INCREASE MARKET SHARE

Top attack munitions are now widely developed for different artillery calibers with varied ranges.

10 mins read
Asian Military Review
June/July 2021

NEXT GEN NVGS - A CLEAR IMPROVEMENT

Fused and enhanced night-vision technology will make the difference to soldiers fighting at night.

8 mins read
Asian Military Review
June/July 2021

MILITARY ROTORCRAFT DEVELOPMENT - NO MORE ‘STOVEPIPES'

New rotorcraft are going to come with new abilities founded on open systems that provide easier upgrade paths and cheaper through life costs.

8 mins read
Asian Military Review
June/July 2021

INDO PACIFIC UAV DIRECTORY 2021

The development of unmanned aerial vehicles is growing apace, especially in China. New longer range ISR platforms are also on the procurement list of several nations.

10+ mins read
Asian Military Review
June/July 2021

TIME TO RESET TRILATERAL RELATIONS

United States President Joe Biden has made it a top priority of his Administration to repair and re-energize global alliances during its first year in power. This is a necessary strategic and political calculus made in light of growing global security, public health, and environmental challenges that will require cooperation and multilateral contributions. President Trump’s ‘America first’ policy did much to undermine confidence in such relationships over his time in office.

3 mins read
Asian Military Review
June/July 2021

SOCPAC KEEN TO SHARE JOINT DOCTRINE AND TRAINING

The return of Great Power competition means that US SOCPAC is more than ever seeking joint training opportunities with regional special forces.

9 mins read
Asian Military Review
June/July 2021

MARINE ENGINE POWER - NOT JUST ABOUT KNOTS

Navies not only want more engine power, there are also coming under increasing pressure to become environmentally conscious.

9 mins read
Asian Military Review
June/July 2021

AMPHIBIOUS FORCES

New amphibious concepts are re-shaping marine forces to break the A2AD defensive line.

9 mins read
Asian Military Review
June/July 2021

SPACE V AIRBORNE ISR OR MIX AND MATCH

Owning satellite based ISR for military use is still an exclusive ‘club’, but airborne ISR still provides that most countries need.

9 mins read
Asian Military Review
April/May 2021

SHIPBUILDING - A NUMBERS GAME

While experience grows among Indo-Pacific naval designers, order numbers remain crucial to keeping costs down and yards in business.

10+ mins read
Asian Military Review
April/May 2021

MODERNISATION AND UNITY TO COUNTER PLAN'S NAVAL GROWTH

The recent accelerated growth of the Chinese People’s Liberation Army Navy (PLAN) has been nothing short of astronomical, amidst its much-publicized shift in strategic ambition to become a bluewater naval power.

3 mins read
Asian Military Review
April/May 2021

HIGHER CALIBRE

Western manufacturers are now seeing increasingly successful small arms designs emerging from Asia.

10 mins read
Asian Military Review
April/May 2021

CHINA'S AMPHIBIOUS ASSAULT FORCE

To what extent has the Chinese Navy (PLAN) extended its capacity to conduct offensive amphibious operations?

8 mins read
Asian Military Review
April/May 2021

ALL SEEING, ALL KNOWING

Extensive research is being undertaken by the U.S. Department of Defense to turn the desire for All Joint Domain Command and Control (JADC2) into reality.

8 mins read
Asian Military Review
April/May 2021

SINGAPORE'S NEW AIR DEFENCE UMBRELLA

In 2018 the Republic of Singapore Air Force (RSAF) took initial delivery of its newest air defence system, the French MBDA Aster-30 SAMP/T medium-ranged surfaceto-air missile system.

3 mins read
Asian Military Review
February/March 2021

NEW DIMENSION TO GULF DEFENCE MARKET

The normalisation of relationships with Israel through the Abraham Accords will potentially stimulate the growth of the defence industry, not least among the signatories.

6 mins read
Asian Military Review
February/March 2021

REMOTE FIREPOWER

Taking a crewman away from a gun allows greater flexibility in the choice of weapon and where it is located.

8 mins read
Asian Military Review
February/March 2021

RAN MELDS UNMANNED SYSTEMS INTO NEW MODEL NAVY

The Royal Australian Navy’s new strategy for developing unmanned surface and sub-surface systems delivers both capability and capacity to support the navy’s new fleet.

10 mins read
Asian Military Review
February/March 2021

MORE BANG FOR YOUR BUCK

Most Asian nations that operate fleets of legacy fighter aircraft continue to procure upgrade packages to increase capability and the extend service life of their jets. Around the Indo-Pacific, numerous upgrade programmes for American, European and Russian types are underway.

9 mins read
Asian Military Review
February/March 2021

LOOKING INWARD

India’s Government is trying to meld its Atamnirbhar Bharat Initiative towards its military aviation ambitions.

9 mins read
Asian Military Review
February/March 2021

GCC NAVIES BUILD FOR PERSISTENT PATROLS IN HOME WATERS

While international navies provide larger warships to patrol the waters of the Gulf, GCC nations are building their strength to sustain a constant presence.

4 mins read
Asian Military Review
February/March 2021

CHINESE AIR FORCE SPREADS NEW WINGS

China’s military aviation industry has evolved from reverse engineering to indigenous design and development.

9 mins read
Asian Military Review
February/March 2021

DESIGNED FOR SPEED AND OFFSHORE SECURITY

Coastal and fast patrol craft are being increasingly used to protect coastlines and offshore economic assets. Armada talked to Israeli Shipyards' Oded Brier about recent and future developments.

4 mins read
Asian Military Review
February/March 2021

A NEW EQUIPAGE OF THE NIGHT HUNTER

The Mi-28N has been nicknamed the Night Hunter by the Russian troops thanks to its ability to perform combat missions at any time in simple and adverse weather conditions. The same nickname has been inherited by its export version– Mi-28NE.

2 mins read
Asian Military Review
February/March 2021

TARANTO ‘STRINGBAG' LESSONS REVISITED

In November 80 years ago, the British launched an audacious operation that heralded a new era in naval warfare.

3 mins read
Asian Military Review
November/December 2020

EYES IN THE SKY

Roaming UAVs ease airborne border and coastal surveillance

7 mins read
Asian Military Review
November/December 2020

PENETRATING MARITIME A2/AD

Increasing the range of air-to-surface missiles has become an important factor in penetrating A2/AD defences, particularly in the maritime environment.

8 mins read
Asian Military Review
November/December 2020

NAVIES SURFACE INTEREST IN UNMANNED SYSTEMS

Unmanned systems manufacturers are finding a responsive market for their products among navies in the Indo-Pacific region.

7 mins read
Asian Military Review
November/December 2020

DEFEND AND DETER

The air defence threat-and-response equation exists increasingly in integrated layers. AMR looks at two examples of how Western navies use missiles to defend against and deter the integrated air threat.

9 mins read
Asian Military Review
November/December 2020

COVID SETBACK FOR SOF TRAINING

Special operations training programmes across the Indo-Pacific region have been significantly hampered by the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic.

6 mins read
Asian Military Review
November/December 2020

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