CATEGORIES

Pulse

Ballistic missile tracking has been a feature of recent multi-national exercises, while the Royal Air Force received its third Rivet Joint RC-135. Meanwhile a new longer endurance and future ready satellite is available for launch.

6 mins read
Asian Military Review
November 2017

Keeping Them Flying And Effective

New helicopters, to maintain effectiveness, need a planned upgrade path - something that the Royal Australian Navy is addressing early. Older aircraft may swap owners, or get a new lease of life where none seemed to exist.

5 mins read
Asian Military Review
November 2017

Close Protection

Close-In Weapon Systems (CIWS) are the last line of defence for ships. While they were originally developed to protect against anti-ship missiles, the range of threats have evolved over recent decades, driving changes in CIWS architecture.

10 mins read
Asian Military Review
May 2017

Starship Enterprise

While much attention is paid by Asia-Pacific nations to the maritime, land and air domains, there is a push to develop space capabilities across the region. These efforts are manifesting themselves into a regional ‘space race’ between rival nations.

10 mins read
Asian Military Review
May 2017

More Than Body Armour

As demand for personal protection equipment (PPE) continues to rise, armed forces are also considering its integration into more holistic soldier modernisation concepts aimed at enhancing the situation awareness (SA).

9 mins read
Asian Military Review
March 2018

Brunei Air Force Pilots 'Cool' With S-70i Simulator Training

Asian Military Review was recently invited to examine the Royal Brunei Air Force’s S-70i simulator in Brunei Darussalam.

3 mins read
Asian Military Review
March 2018

Maritime Rotorcraft Growth Predicted

With naval expansion happening across the world, maritime helicopter operators can cross the gamut of options from the most ‘built-for-purpose’ helicopters to breathing new life into old machines.

5 mins read
Asian Military Review
March 2018

Manpad Menace

Countering the MANPAD threat consistantly challenges industry’s design and development teams

10+ mins read
Asian Military Review
February 2018

Singapore Forges Next Gen Capabilities In Arizona

During its biennial overseas exercise, Forging Sabre, the Singaporean Armed Forces used enhanced C2 to further integrate fast jets, attack helicopters and UAVs into the precision, and simultaneous delivery of kinetic munitions

8 mins read
Asian Military Review
February 2018

Unmanned, Unblinking Eyes Over The Ocean

The ramp-up of capability in terms of MALE/HALE operations is happening, although fully operational systems in many cases are still some years away.

8 mins read
Asian Military Review
February 2018

Direct Action

As the contemporary operating environment continues to witness the growing emergence and influence of so-called ‘near peer’ adversaries, armed forces around the world continue to demand ever greater fire support to suppress enemy forces.

10 mins read
Asian Military Review
August - September 2017

Metal Gear Solid

Armoured Combat Vehicles (ACVs) have received considerable attention from armies in the Asia-Pacific over the last few years. Major efforts have been taken, or are underway, to develop and acquire such platforms and to modernise and upgrade existing fleets.

8 mins read
Asian Military Review
August - September 2017

Doing More Than It Says On The Tin

Airborne Early Warning (AEW) aircraft can do much more than their acronym suggests. The increasing ability of these platforms to perform land and sea surveillance is making them evermore attractive to potential customers in the Asia-Pacific.

9 mins read
Asian Military Review
August - September 2017

Small Platforms Make A Big Difference

Freedom of navigation and ‘presence’ missions in response to territorial disputes with the Peoples Republic of China, fishery patrols and interdiction of migrants at sea are among the operational requirements for Offshore Patrol Vessels (OPVs) and corvettes in the Asia-Pacific.

8 mins read
Asian Military Review
August - September 2017

Dial 'M' For Madman

The Democratic People’s Republic of Korea is known for its penchant for missile development, particularly on a scale that would impact many nations around the world. With the US pushing all of Kim Jong-un’s buttons, this is likely to encourage the nation to back these developments further.

10+ mins read
Asian Military Review
August - September 2017

Sounding Warnings Sooner

Most of the advanced military nations have some kind of Airborne Early Warning & Control systems (AEW&C). The widening use of gallium nitride allowing higher voltage is leading to more efficient radars. 

7 mins read
Asian Military Review
April/May 2018

Coastal Watchkeepers

Unmanned systems are making the monitoring of coastal borders a less labour intensive.

5 mins read
Asian Military Review
April/May 2018

To The Lowest Echelon

Acquisitions are afoot in the Asia-Pacific of new tactical radios. While much activity is kept out of the headlines, a picture of energetic competition involving new and existing products from local and international suppliers is emerging.

10 mins read
Asian Military Review
June - July 2017

Care From The Air

One of the world’s largest operators of aircraft in conflict zones is the United Nations. Relying on the provision of aircraft from member states and from the private sector, such aircraft provide lifelines for civilians caught up in hostilities around the world.

9 mins read
Asian Military Review
June - July 2017

Periscope Depth

Whether driven by direct threats to national security, or as a result of the submarine procurement race that is currently taking place in the region, Asia-Pacific waters are seeing a dramatic increase in the number of submarines patrolling their depths.

10 mins read
Asian Military Review
June - July 2017

Back In Business

Iran is coming in from the cold. The lifting of sanctions regarding that country’s clandestine nuclear weapons programme has implications for the Asia-Pacific as the Islamic Republic looks to revitalise its military.

10 mins read
Asian Military Review
June - July 2017

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