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July 27, 2016 by Daniel Urchick
Researcher Daniel Urchick puts himself into the shoes of China and assesses what the country will be looking to achieve in terms of military modernization in the coming years – and why.The views and opinions in this article are solely those of the author and do not necessarily reflect or represent those of Defence IQ.––––––––––––––––––––––––––––––...
July 26, 2016 by Pola Zafra-Davis
Pola Zafra-Davis
The aftermath of the Bastille Day Attack, where a Tunisian Lorry driver ploughed into a crowded celebration in Nice is the latest incident in Europe claimed by Daesh and the third to occur in France within 1.5 years. The driver appeared to have been radicalised very quickly with no prior religious proclivity. Radical Islam preys on the vulnerable...
July 21, 2016 by Defence IQ Press
Hugh Griffiths, CEO, Inzpire
The Chief Executive of Inzpire, a UK company providing flight training, mission systems and managed services, believes that the company can reinvigorate the flight training market with reliable and cost effective services, and believes big primes should be doing more to acknowledge the value SMEs offer when it comes to a personalised experience.
July 20, 2016 by Richard de Silva
threat intel
We explore how companies specialising in threat intelligence are keeping their voices heard above the noise in an increasingly busy market...
July 18, 2016 by Richard de Silva
Maj. Gen. Jerry Harris, Vice Commander of Air Combat Command, USAF, spoke to Defence IQ about the current priorities for fighter development in the ACC.
Tags: fighter
July 18, 2016 by Richard de Silva
Defence IQ surveyed over 300 people involved in the U.S. Intelligence Community, from government and military employees to commercial solution-providers...
July 11, 2016 by Sven Hughes
There has been a lot of talk about DAESH, as one of the fastest-growing global brands. The fact that they continue to build their identity unabated, online, through social media channels.
Tags: daesh | cve | IO
The Dallas police attacks have shaken not only police forces around the world but also our understanding of what dramatic change is possible in the space of a single day. With one action, which not only defines the lives of the police officers who were lost and injured, but also the lives of the social movement in whose cause the killings occurred. The word terrorism takes on new meaning. The day marked the inevitability of the evolution to enemy centricity and away from population centric policing. Whatever force was being protested just increased.
July 7, 2016 by Defence IQ Press
Please take this short survey to tell us what you think of the market, its biggest hurdles and where you think it should be focusing its efforts in the coming years…
Tags: medevac
July 6, 2016 by Yousuf Malik
OSV Italy
I was amazed to learn that the topography of Mars is better known than the topography of our own seabed. This fact was echoed by Admiral Bruno Frachon, the chief of the French naval hydrographic office, SHOM at the recent OSV 2016 conference in London this June organised by Defence IQ. But that is not the principal reason navies are investing anew in fleets of hydrographic and oceanographic survey vessels to help build a better picture of the vast breadths and depths of our oceans.
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