Articles from the latest issue in digital format
With the latest group of pilots ready to train for the multi-role combat jet, Babak Taghvaee looks at what it takes to fly on the front line
As China’s influence expands across the Indo-Pacific region and its military forces are modernised at an ever-increasing rate, Australia and New Zealand have tough decisions to make about the future force structure of their military, writes Tim Fish
Billed as the first ever operational supersonic cruise missile, the heavyweight, sea skimming PJ-10 BrahMos is set to be developed into a more versatile and lethal version. Alexander Mladenov reports
After two decades of counter-insurgency war fare in Iraq and Afghanistan, in which NATO allies deployed attack helicopters primarily in a close air support/armed escort role, the focus has returned to potential peer-level, high-end war fighting. AIR International reviews the latest developments for Western attack helicopter programmes.