Following his dynamic presentation at International Armoured Vehicles 2017 (London, UK), General David G. Perkins, Commanding General, US Army Training and Doctrine Command, summarises the key takeaway points from his address...
The future of US Army heavy vehicles is highly dependent on lessons learned in Afghanistan. Because of terrain differences in that theatre and in Iraq, specifically, weak points have been highlighted in armoured cav platforms. In this video transcript, taken from the...
The future of US Army heavy vehicles is highly dependent on lessons learned in Afghanistan. Because of terrain differences in that theatre and in Iraq, specifically, weak points have been highlighted in armoured cav platforms. In this video transcript, taken from the...
International Armoured Vehicles, the largest meeting dedicated to the armoured vehicles community, will be taking place at the FIVE in Farnborough, UK this month, from 5-8 February 2013. Now a select group of sponsors will be showcasing their vehicle capabilities th...
International Armoured Vehicles, the largest show dedicated solely to the armoured vehicles community, will be returning to Farnborough FIVE from 5-8 February 2013, with a new Dynamic Vehicle Experience at the Long Valley Test Track.
Last year, Defence IQ reported on the use of Apple iPads within the British School of Artillery as a way to enhance training. In this instance, a bespoke app was created to familiarise soldiers with terminology and procedures in a more hands-on fashion, designed to sp...
The advent of sequestration is hitting military budgets hard, not least that of the US military’s armoured vehicle fleets. Although the US will continue to downsize their forces and procure fewer vehicles over the next decade, there will be an enduring requirement to...
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