An account of the North American F-107 which was entered into a design competition for a tactical bomber in the 1950s; its development was eventually cancelled in 1957.
Development of fast attack craft from the mid-1950s, through to their employment in the Yom Kippur War of 1973.
Introducing fast attack craft and tracing their origins from John I. Thornycroft’s torpedo boat “Lightning”, built at the end of the 19th century, to the hiatus in their development at the end of World War II.
History, development and technical specifications of the Nexter/Thales (GIAT/Thomson-CSF) Shahine SP surface-to-air missile system.
History, development and technical specifications of the Otobreda 76/62 Compact 76-mm single DP gun mounting.
Design, manufacture and technical specifications of the long-lived Rheinmetall GDF anti-aircarft gun.
History and development of the Nike Hercules surface-to-air missile.
The United Kingdom must retain vital core capabilities in terms of design, development and production of modern warfare in order to cope with future eventualities.
Is the British Army currently well suited to fighting the type of enemies it faces on today’s battlefield? And, if not, how can it adapt?