All articles by Daniel Garrun

  1. Countering CBRNe – staying a step ahead of evolving threats

    CBRNe is an all-encompassing term for weapons employed by terrorists that can inflict not only mass destruction, but also widespread…
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    9 Jan
  2. Close air support – 2011 in review

    Modern conflicts, particularly those centred around an urban environment, often involve enemy targets situated close to friendly forces, centres of…
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    19 Dec
  3. Missile design – top trends for a market set to soar

    The global missiles and missile defence systems market, estimated to be worth US$15.2bn in 2011, is projected to grow at…
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    12 Dec
  4. Future Navy – technology to look out for in 2012

    Hypersonic railgun Of all of the concept weapons, the railgun has arguably caused the biggest stir, and it is not…
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    8 Dec
  5. How to catch a pirate – cooperation is key

    The growing threat of piracy "With piracy in international waters an increasingly major concern for the commercial shipping industry, anti-piracy…
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    23 Nov
  6. Snapshot France – defence industry to 2015

    French defence expenditure to grow in the forecast period From 2010 to 2015 the French defence industry is set to…
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    1 Nov
  7. Flying fuel efficient

    At peak thrust, an F-15 ignites 25 gallons of fuel a minute, while a heavyweight B-52 bomber easily consumes double…
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    19 Oct
  8. Naval-technology.com launches new defence survey

    Naval-technology.com is launching a major global defence industry survey, and we’d like to hear your opinions on decreasing defence expenditure,…
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    18 Oct
  9. Pacific arms race

    According to the Stockholm International Peace Research Institute (SIPRI), 2010 saw expenditure across the region peak at just less than…
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    5 Oct
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