As tensions rise over the establishment of China’s ADIZ (Air Defence Identification Zone) over the East China Sea, what can an unclassified PC simulation tell us about how a real-life clash might play out? Wargaming and analysis of an uncomfortably realistic flashpoint.
TIM ROBINSON reports from Day 4 of the Dubai Air Show, held on 17-21 November and provides analysis of this highly significant aerospace exhibition.
TIM ROBINSON reports on the aviation and aerospace news highlights from the third day at the Dubai Air Show 2013 – held on 17-21 November.
TIM ROBINSON reports on the aviation and aerospace news highlights from the second day at the Dubai Air Show 2013 – held on 17-21 November.
TIM ROBINSON reports on highlights from the first day at the Dubai Air Show 2013 – held on 17-21 November.
A preview of what to look forward to at the Dubai Air Show 2013 on 17-21 November
Professor Keith Hayward, RAeS Head of Research, provides expert comment and analysis on the House of Commons’ recent report on the CVF aircraft carrier project.
What are the air power options for US military planners for strikes against Syria? Initial analysis and assessment.
In the run-up to the next UK Strategic Defence and Security Review in 2015, HOWARD WHEELDON FRAeS outlines the changes and challenges for the British defence and aerospace industry in supporting the RAF’s operations and Government industrial strategy.
Pan-European aerospace and defence group EADS is set to ditch its old identity and become the ‘Airbus Group’ in 2014 in a rebranding and restructuring. Commentary and analysis on this corporate move.
A radical revamp of the UK’s dysfunctional defence procurement process is now being considered. RAeS Head of Research, Professor KEITH HAYWARD assesses the options.
On the eve of the types’ first delivery to the French Air Force, Airbus Military took aviation and defence media onboard its new A400M transport aircraft for a flight. First impressions of Europe’s new airlifter.
Professor Keith Hayward, Head of Research, RAeS, reports on a recent high-level discussion on the future of the European defence aviation industrial base.
Was the legendary and courageous 1943 RAF Dambusters Raid a ‘strategic success or a conjuring trick’? The RAeS Air Power Group provides a report on a recent academic debate on the effectiveness of Operation CHASTISE.
After missing out in India’s MMRCA contest, a combination of private funding, demanding export customers and high-level political backing means Eurofighter Typhoon is now set to unlock its true multi-role potential. Analysis