UK defence issues and the odd container or two
  • The USB Type C

    Connecting bits of military display and communications equipment presents all sorts of challenges from electromagnetic control to temperature tolerance an ...

  • FUCHS CBRN Vehicle Regeneration

    Great news, the MoD has let a contract to regenerate the FUCHS CBRN vehicles. Nuclear, Biological, Chemical and Radiological protection equipment. Regener ...

  • Airfield Pipe Mines – OP CRAB STICK

    In order to meet the WWII demand for airfields in the South East of England a massive build programme was started but the chances of these airfields falli ...

  • VetiGel – Stop Bleeding in Seconds

    VetiGel is a plant based polymer formulated to stop bleeding in seconds. Obviously, stemming blood loss resulting from a wound is an important part of the ...

  • Perceptions

    The A10 is a fascinating case study on the perception of a weapon systems effectiveness from different perspectives. The leadership of the USAF think it i ...

  • SDSR 2015 – Great Britain’s Place in the World

    Lets make no mistake, Great Britain is great, the clue is in the name after all. Anyone who thinks otherwise is obviously uneducated, or French. Without G ...

  • SDSR 2015

    There is a pre defence review ritual that everyone with an interest indulges in. It starts with a few gentle discussions on Great Britain's 'place in the ...

  • The AirTEP

    The Tactical Extraction Platform from Escape International in France is designed to carry up to 10 personnel, providing facilities for them to be rapidly ...

  • The Panther Command and Liaison Vehicle

    The Panther Command and Liaison Vehicle has always been somewhat of a controversial vehicle. The requirement for a Ferret replacement was articulated in t ...

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