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Donaldson Advances in Filtration Technology for Military Aircraft Applications

Many of our readers will be familiar with the rigours which military fixed wing and rotorcraft must frequently endure whilst operating in the extremes of environmental conditions. During these operations, the filtration technology designed and built by engineers provides the only line of defence between vital engine systems and the gases, dust and compounds that can contaminate the aircraft. Without the right barriers in place, this can lead to catastrophic results. This Special Report... Learn more


As African navies continue to mature and demand grows for quality naval vessels on the continent, it is imperative that businesses targeting this segment understand the present state of the market and anticipate future demand.To provide you with this insight, this report details which vessels are owned by which nation, when they bought them, who built them and, where possible, how much they cost. Download your complimentary copy of the report to get an overview of the African naval market. Learn more

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This report aims to provide readers with a brief understanding of the Indonesian government’s submarine programmes, its requirements for industrial participation, and plans for the future. Learn more

Military Flight Training Market Report 2016-17

Which countries will invest the most in Military Flight Training in 2017?  2017 is going to be one of the most important years ever for the military flight training community. Decisions are expected by the US Air Force, Royal Canadian Air Force, Swedish Air Force, French Air Force, UK MoD and US Navy on their procurements for new jet trainers, rotary training solutions, aggressor contracts and advanced ground based training systems.The military flight training community is on the cusp of a... Learn more

USAF T-X December 2016 updates

The United States Air Force expects to select the aircraft that will become its new advanced jet trainer in FY 2017.  The T-X programme has had a long and bumpy flight to its present progress, having fended off budget cuts and indecisive analysis over projected requirements, pushing IOC to around 2023. However, progress is unavoidable. 500 ageing T-38s simply must be replaced with up to 350 gleaming new platforms. The official Request for Information was released in March 2015, and,... Learn more

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major general kraak

At this year’s Airborne ISR & C2 Battle Management conference (London, UK; 14-16 March, 2017), Major General Andreas Kraak will be briefing international representatives of military, government and industry on the importance of verified intelligence for real-time command and control (C2) in NATO. Ahead of the event, Defence IQ asked him where the priorities – and the limitations – lie… Learn more

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Pall Aerospace goes into depth about the unique ways its filter technology has been changing the defence and aerospace sectors for decades, particularly when it comes to preventing military helicopters from ingesting dust, sand, snow and other dangerous particles to keep forces mission-ready. Read the full feature here. Learn more

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Defence IQ was recently granted time with TenCate Advanced Armor, one of the world’s market-leaders in the application of technologies and materials to provide protection for both equipment and personnel. The company’s work extends through the complete process of design, certification, manufacture, and quality testing of ballistic protection solutions in accordance with strict regulations and industry standards. This includes platforms across land, naval and air services. Read the full paper... Learn more


As detailed in Defence IQ’s 6th annual Global Armoured Vehicles Market Report (2017), the armoured vehicles market is projected to reach $15.17 billion in 2017. According to the report’s proprietary survey data, confidence in the global armoured vehicle market has rebounded after a temporary downturn, underpinned by steadily rising defence budgets, new contract opportunities and recent big ticket government investments.   In addition to survey data and analysis the report also... Learn more

derisking the supply chain

Defence ministries and major contractors would be at a loose end without vast global supply chains to provide the equipment needed to undertake operations in a timely, cost-effective manner. However, as these chains add more links, the complexity of managing them has steadily increased, while the risk of a single vulnerability – and its potential to disrupt – becomes inevitably more severe.  A critical supplier may suffer financial failure or be found in violation of labour or... Learn more

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