Developments in armoured vehicles
DMJ spoke to Lt Colonel John Laidler about the advancements being made to the FV430 and other armoured fighting vehicles.
J-UST the job
Speaking to DMJ, Tim Webb, Support Vehicle Project Manager, MOD Abbey Wood, reports on the benefits that the recent procurement of Unit Support Tanker Vehicles will bring.
The fastest man in the west
Talking to Editor Matthew D'Arcy, Wing Commander Andy Green recounts the experience that led him and the JCB DieselMax team to become land speed record breakers in August this year.
Sandra I Erwin, Editor of National Defense Magazine, comments on the ‘land warriors’ link up with Stryker vehicles
DMJ examines the specialised fighting vehicles that are being employed by our troops in Afghanistan and Iraq
A leviathan of the ocean, ‘S’-class submarine HMS Sceptre is emerging from her latest upgrade as a warfighter with ultimate capability. DMJ reports on the ship’s makeover
A Herculean task
Aerospace Analyst Andrew Brookes considers the airlifter Hercules and its modern descendants as vital for operations from humanitarian supply to delivery of troops in combat
Keeping the warfighter hydrated
Paul Mehney and Ashley John, TARDEC, champion the new fuel management system that aims to turn engine emissions on the battlefield to water fit for consumption
Going the distance
As some lament the demise of rail, DMJ’s Adam Gristwood champions the unique abilities of the transport mode that continues to perform an important service for the UK’s defence industry
ROVs step up for defence duties
Phil Hart and Oliver Foster, from Global Marine Systems Limited, explore the use of civilian ROVs in a defence setting
First in the field
DMJ heralds the recent technical achievements in the area of mine clearance, namely the new, remotely operated, Mine Area Clearance Vehicle
Lighter, smaller, stronger
DMJ champions two of the MOD’s Armoured Fighting Vehicles
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