April 2022

The changing climate is opening access to more shipping lanes, some of them in locations of strategic significance such as the Arctic. In the next issue, we take a look at how navies are combining crewed and uncrewed anti-surface capabilities to keep these routes safe.  

Also in anti-surface warfare, we investigate Russia’s coastal defence systems and speak to Lockheed Martin about its Surface Electronic Warfare Improvement Program, which is helping the US Navy enhance the AN/SLQ-32 electronic warfare system currently installed on its surface fleet. 

Elsewhere, we take a look at the latest technological developments in ASW helicopters, explore emerging concepts for modularity in land fighting vehicles, and more.  


Editor | Berenice Healey

Feature Writer | Norbert Neumann

Contributor | Samuel Cranny-Evans

Magazine Designer | Noemi Balint
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Lead Designer | John Hammond 

Publisher | Susanne Hauner

Digital Publishing Director | Duncan West


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