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
MoD carrier jet u-turn could have wasted hundreds of millions
Reversing a flawed decision on the Royal Navy's future F-35 jets will waste £74m, but it could have been 10 times more, says NAO
Queen's Speech: Economy first priority, not defence
The defence of the realm has not been featured as the top priority in the Queen's speech, despite a promise in the coalition's programme for government
Withdrawal from Germany – a nightmare for the UK's defence infrastructure?
Shoehorning British troops pulling out of Germany into the UK will be no small task, reports Anthony Tucker-Jones
Iraq – a conflict designed on deceptions
The US entered Iraq with the January 2001 vision of regime change; it exited with the December 2008 image of a journalist throwing both his shoes at a surprised President in Baghdad. Professor Scott Lucas reflects on the war 10 years after the invasion
'There has never been such certainty in UK defence acquisition'
The MoD has given the defence industry more information about its priorities than ever before, enabling suppliers to plan their investments more carefully to provide the hardware the armed forces need, writes defence minister Philip Dunne
The real questions on defence equipment
Will the non-equipment budget for welfare, housing and manpower be raided when equipment projects over-run? This is just one question defence ministers need to answer, writes Shadow Defence Secretary Jim Murphy
ADS CEO Rees Ward talks to DMJ Editor Anthony Hall about how the defence industry is responding to the Government Owned Contractor Operated proposals…