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
Royal Marines leave Afghanistan after more than a decade
Years of successive operational deployments in Afghanistan have come to an end for the Royal Marines
Why the US Navy is betting on biofuel
Tom Hicks, US Deputy Assistant Secretary of the Navy for Energy, talks to DMJ editor Anthony Hall about the US Navy's controversial use of biofuels…
Defence reform 'gives service chiefs greater control'
Defence reforms could see better, faster and more cost-effective decisions for the Royal Navy, controlled by themselves, as Rear Admiral Tim Fraser, defence reform (maritime) implementation team leader, tells DMJ
A tale of two Harriers: How Italy held on to carrier strike
Defence blogger Gabriele Molinelli explores the different approaches to defence that left financially troubled Italy with carrier strike capability while the UK faces nearly a decade without
Drone operations could represent a paradigm shift for the Royal Navy
The variety and affordability of naval drones means the major restriction on their use is the operator's imagination, argues maritime consultant and former Royal Navy officer David Mugridge
'The Type 26 will usher in the age of the drones for the Royal Navy'
Defence blogger Gabriele Molinelli discusses how the Type 26 Global Combat Ship will open up the world of unmanned operations at sea