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Editorial Calendar 2015

Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 12/17/2014

Editorial Calendar 2015 - Defence IQ Press

As we head into the New Year, Defence IQ has produced an editorial calendar laying out all the key pieces of content we will be producing in 2015 to give you an idea of what’s coming up. It also sets out all the conferences we are organising so you can make a note of the key events for your diary next year. Full Article »


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No One Left Behind: MEDEVAC today

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Posted: 10/12/2011


No One Left Behind: MEDEVAC today -
View the recent conference presentation of Colonel Robert D Mitchell, Director of the Medical Evacuation Proponency Aviation and consultant to the US Army Surgeon General, in which he discusses current MEDEVAC operations in OEF/OIF. Full Video »


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UK GBAD Commander on Olympics defence and security -

Colonel Jon Campbell, the UK MoD's Ground Based Air Defence Commander, reveals the full extent of London's missile security measures during the Summer Olympic Games of 2012 in this 30 minute audio programme. Campbell explains the various challenges faced by his forces, offering advice to his Brazilian counterparts on what to take into consideration during the planning and operation stages, and assesses the outlook of GBAD technology for the near future. He will be speaking at this year's IAMD Brazil conference to brief the international delegation on his experiences. Full Podcast »


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Defence and Security Predictions 2015

It’s never an easy task to make predictions for the New Year but we’ve taken on the challenge this year and made a list of 12 defence and security predictions for 2015. A few surprises were thrown up in 2014 – not least Russia’s return to Cold War-era politics and the late-December thawing of relations between Cuba and the US – so the year ahead is likely to be just as unpredictable. Download the feature now to find out what might – emphasis strongly on the ‘might’ there – happen next year. Full Sector Report »


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