Tag Archive for: "A2/AD"
That sinking feeling: is the flattop finished?

The nuclear-powered aircraft carrier has been the ultimate symbol of American power and prestige for decades. These vessels are both incredibly capable and incredibly expensive. However, the combination of the proliferation of long range anti-access/area …

ASPI suggests

Barack Obama will today make history as the first sitting US president to visit Hiroshima. The Atlantic has two photo essays: one looking at the modern city of Hiroshima and A-bomb survivors today; another juxtaposing …

US nuclear modernisation and assurance of allies

US allies would be well advised to keep a weather eye on the nuclear modernisation debate now unfolding in Washington. That’s because they have important interests at stake—including the future of extended nuclear deterrence and …

The Gulfstream G550 and the ADF—plugging the ISR gap

The Australian Defence Force will soon acquire an important new platform that will enhance its intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) capabilities, focusing on electronic intelligence (ELINT) and signals intelligence (SIGINT) gathering. The US Defense Department …