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Eastern European nations bolster defence spending in the shadow of Russian aggression - Joel Mullish

Eastern European states are reconsidering their military procurement plans in light of Russian intervention in Ukraine. States have watched despairingly at what they see as NATO’s failure to provide a robust response to Moscow and some are now looking to overhaul their own military capabilities. 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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Enter ISIS: Why the Iraqi crisis is a growing threat to both global security and energy

Nine months after ISIS declared independence, The Islamic State (IS) as it is now known, established itself as a caliphate under the rule of military commander Abu Bakr al-Baghdadi, with its capital at the Abbasid city of Ar-Raqqah. At 140.3 billion barrels, Iraq has the world’s fifth largest stock of proven oil reserves and is the second largest producer in the Organisation of the Petroleum Exporting Countries (OPEC), outputting 3.3 million barrels per day. At about 4% of global supply, the news that Iraq’s oil-rich second city, Mosul, was seized by ISIS militants three weeks ago, sent the price of Brent crude to a three-year high of $113. Should ISIS manage to roll unimpeded through the Fertile Crescent and reach Iraq’s oil hub, do not discount the ensuing chaos pushing oil beyond the $200 dollar mark. Full Sector Report »


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