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Michael Hjorth, Commander, Chief Operations, Joint Arctic Command, recently joined Helen Winsor to discuss search and rescue (SAR) in the Arctic region. Firstly he sets out the Arctic priorities for SAR. There’s been a marked increase in ship traffic in the Arctic region and ultimately it’s becoming more relevant to run regular, large...Full Article »
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Dr John Potter of the NATO Undersea Research Centre (NURC) speaks to Defence IQ about the latest research initiatives into underwater surveillance and anti-submarine warfare. Defence IQ: John, you’ve got a varied background in the underwater arena, can you tell us a little about the work you’ve done in this field? Dr...Full Article »
Dr John Potter, Principal Scientist of the Systems Technology Department at the NATO Undersea Research Centre, joins Defence IQ to talk about the evolving role of the submarine. One of the key challenges today for submariners is underwater networking and how to bring the submarine more completely into the network and make it responsive. This...Full Article »
Wing Commander Chris Thirtle discusses the future direction of the use of UCAVs in the RAF. This interview explores key issues including the core benefits of using UCAVs operationally, the roadblocks stopping UCAVs from becoming more pervasive and whether there will ever be a truly autonomous UCAV. He also discusses the issue of pilots flying...Full Article »
Major General Bo Temple, Deputy Chief of Engineers at the US Army Corps of Engineers, presents the latest US thinking on combat engineering. The changing operational landscape brings with it a gamut of new challenges for engineers. This interview looks at some of the new issues that engineers face and explores how working practices can be...Full Article »
Discover more about the evolving mission profile of today's submarine, and learn about future requirements and capabilities, and how sustainable submarine programmes are being achieved without compromising on capability. This interview provides insight from Professor Eric Grove, Director of the Centre for International Security and War...Full Article »
Civil-Military Co-operation (CIMIC)support for high-intensity operations, stability initiatives and reconstruction efforts in areas where threat persists, such as Afghanistan, Iraq and Iran, is increasing. CIMIC, the military function through which commanders link to civilian agencies active in a theatre of operations, has been a part of NATO...Full Article »
HMS Astute, the first submarine to be built in the UK since HMS Vengeance, which was launched in 1998–and the country’s first new attack submarine in almost 20 years–is due to be delivered to the British Royal Navy at the end of this year. HMS Astute is the lead ship of her class of nuclear-powered fleet submarines and the...Full Article »
Czech Army Chief Engineer Colonel Robert Bieleny provides an exclusive Czech Army perspective on developments in combat engineering. He addresses how the Czech Army is responding to the evolving operational environments faced by engineers and how best it can respond to changing mission profiles through altering the structure of requirements,...Full Article »
Major General Bo Temple, Deputy Chief of Engineers at the US Army Corps of Engineers, presents the latest US thinking on combat engineering. The changing operational landscape brings with it a gamut of new challenges for engineers. This interview addresses some of the new issues that engineers face and explores how working practices can be...Full Article »
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