Air, Land and Sea Defence Services

Gain a holistic understanding of the  triforce services needs, plus industry efforts impacting the fireline of land, air and sea military exercises. We cover the news on military supply chain logistics with insight from defence contractors working on the latest solutions.­­­­

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Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 06/19/2017
Now that we're past the 2017 halfway point, Defence IQ outlines a few emerging trends that we can expect to see in 2018 and beyond, from disruptive technologies to performance based logistics. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 06/06/2017
The former director general of MI5 has hit out at critics of Britain’s intelligence service, saying the threats of today are “worse and more complex” than the country has previously seen. Full Content »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 06/04/2017
Systematic, an IT solution specialist, has long been spearheading transformation for armed forces across the world with its SitaWare suite of solutions, which provide proven top-to-bottom situational awareness to all levels of command. Now, with fresh contracts with the US Army and New Zealand Defence Force, Systematic is looking to engage with the artillery community at large. Full Content »
Contributor: Defence IQ Press
Posted: 06/02/2017
Defence IQ explores how Britain's ten-year £178 billion defence budget plan will allocated among resources and why some analysts are not convinced the country is meeting Nato's 2 per cent target... Full Content »
Contributor: Pola Zafra-Davis
Posted: 06/01/2017
Brian Lihani, Chief of the Radar Warning Branch at NORAD HQ, explains how a “system-of-systems” approach is helping NORAD to patrol the skies and "outpace the threat". Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 05/08/2017
Narco tanks may be disappearing, but there is a continued rise in the use of military-grade weaponry among criminal organisations in Latin America. The situation is forcing authorities to rethink their defence procurement needs. Full Content »
Contributor: Richard de Silva
Posted: 04/20/2017
With the ‘surprise’ announcement of a general election to take place on June 8th, Britain finds itself facing a number of critical decisions at home and abroad that will greatly impact defence. Defence IQ looks at the existing defence policies across the major political parties, including the voting records of its leaders in the House of Commons. Full Content »
Contributor: Martin Cakebread
Posted: 04/12/2017
Martin Cakebread argues that the UK’s defence policy and posture are not fit for purpose in 2017. However, there is the opportunity to review and improve that situation, he says, should the government choose. Full Content »
Contributor: Lucy Froggatt
Posted: 04/10/2017
In this second part of our ongoing series dedicated to Countering Violent Extremism, Lucy Froggatt, director of Audience Psychology at Global Influence, explores the importance of communicating with communities through a 'credible voice' and summarises the ways in which these can be supported.Anthropologist Scott Atran (2015) argues that “there is Full Content »
Contributor: Michael Scheno
Posted: 03/17/2017
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As details of US President Donald Trump's FY 2018 budget proposal comes to light, the Department of Veteran Affairs has been earmarked for a 6% increase in funding. In light of this information, Michael Scheno provides a visual breakdown of the investments and key areas of focus for the current fiscal year's Veteran Affairs budget.Cick the image to Full Content »
Contributor: Martin Cakebread
Posted: 03/14/2017
With British troops set to take their leave from permanent basing in Germany, one analyst makes the case that there is now strong political reasoning for stationing soldiers in a similar manner in the Middle East. Full Content »
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