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In an interview with Defence IQ, Dr Bruce Newsome, Lecturer in International Relations at the University of Pennsylvania specializing in military and security capabilities, offered his insight into the rapidly evolving and increasingly important world of digital and s...
Defence IQ interviews two experts on UAV training and simulation. Robert Englehart is Deputy Chief of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems training branch at the US Air Force’s Air Education and Training Command (AETC) and is currently based in Texas. Wing Commander John C...
Defence IQ interviews Maj. Gen. Vinay Bhatnagar, an expert on corporate security, who describes best practices for corporate security in the hotel industry. Describe your company and role. What does your position entail?
Terrorists are increasingly targeted large corporations. In order to ensure corporate security, your company must be armed with the technology and manpower to effectively deal with these threats. Col. Trinayan Saikia, GM, Security and Safety at DLF, describes ways in wh...
There are new and developing trends which suggest grave danger to Caribbean societies. Increased drug trafficking through the region, the threat of diminishing security assistance, and signs of radicalisation leading to violent extremism threatens Caribbean societies....
Afghanistan's own forces will take lead responsibility for delivering security in a number of new areas across the country, it was announced yesterday, including the Nad 'Ali district of Helmand province where British forces operate.
Defence IQ recently interview ed Air Commodore T W Jones, Director Flying Training at the Royal Air Force, to better understand how air forces can improve performance and reduce costs with regards to military flight training. Air Commodore Jones also discusses which a...
More than a billion pounds is to be invested by the Ministry of Defence to continue the modernisation of military flying training in the UK.
The news out of Afghanistan seems to be almost all doom and gloom: 8 NATO soldiers and one civilian were killed today by a veteran Afghan army pilot who reportedly turned on his trainers.
Sailors from HMS Monmouth are currently training at HMS Raleigh in Cornwall, learning how to carry out one of the most important Royal Navy roles - boarding suspect vessels around the world.
Will simulation ever replace live flight training? In last week’s poll we wanted to understand more about the role simulation will play in future training methods for military pilots. It is gaining a great deal of momentum as a complementary process in conjunction w...
Defence IQ has been joined today by John Daniele, the Deputy APEO for Customer Support at the U.S. Army’s Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation (PEO STRI), to gain some insight on the role of military flight training in the armed forces...
At Defence IQ's AFSEC 14 conference, David M. Luna, Senior Director of the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of International Narcotics and Law Enforcement Affairs, addressed delegates. Here is his speech in full... Good morning. Your Excellencies, Distinguished L...
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