Fighting the logistics battle
Christopher M Dabrowski, Senior Consultant - Defence at Frost & Sullivan, gives an overview of the cost reduction strategies undertaken by NATO MODs and highlights the trend setting nations.
In the line of fire?
Matthew D'Arcy, Editor of Defence Management Journal, offers a counterbalance to some of the negative publicity surrounding armoured vehicles.
Effective combat support
Adam Gristwood, Defence Management Journal, considers the special logistics challenge that Afghanistan presents.
Licence and legislation in the armed forces
Commandant Colonel Paul Brook gives an overview of the role of the Defence School of Transport in training drivers within Britain's Armed Forces.
Rt Hon James Arbuthnot MP, Chairman of the House of Commons Defence Committee, urges the MOD to make up their minds on the Army's future armoured vehicles.
Undersea defence technology getting some air
This year's UDT 2007 undersea defence technology conference and exhibition in Naples will examine new areas, such as dual use technology, Sara Waddington explains.
The FRES goes on
Tony Ball, Associate Director of Business Development at Atkins Defence Systems, offers a unique Systems House perspective on the current situation of the FRES programme.
Dynamics in defence
Recapping on aspects of the successful 2006 show, DMJ looks forward to DVD 2007 and explores what we are likely to see this June.
When punctures strike in defence
James Bailey, Communications Manager at Goodyear Dunlop, highlights how the latest developments in tyre technology are safeguarding defence vehicles when a puncture strikes.
Next generation mobility for ISTAR
Christopher M Dabrowski, Senior Defence Analyst and Consultant at Frost & Sullivan, argues that the changing nature of connected, protected mobility is driving ISTAR forward.
MoD should get its act together on armoured vehicles
Nearly a decade ago it was clear the Army needed to upgrade its armoured vehicles but the MoD has done nothing, so soldiers in Iraq and Afghanistan have to make do with inadequate equipment. It's high time the MoD decided where its priorities lie, says James Arbuthnot [above], chairman of the House of Commons Defence Committee, in the latest issue of Defence Management Journal.
The art and science of war
With modern solutions bearing an increasing resemblance to the inventions of science fiction, DMJ's Editor Matthew D'Arcy examines the Military's camouflage, concealment and deception systems.
It is a most impressive magazine, a view shared by Rear Admiral Simon Goodall. He is keen that we are seen to be taking a lead in defence individual training and education, and wishes to retain the link we have established with you.
Lieutenant Colonel A Munro, DG Training and Education, MoD