The USAF Works Adaptive Basing and Fifth Gen Power Projection

07/26/2019
As Europe adds new F-35 capabilities to its combat forces, there is a clear opportunity for U.S Services which fly the F-35 to work a very different approach to providing for enhanced and time urgent combat power. With a sustained engagement strategy, the USAF, USMC and the US Navy could…

The Requirements of Fifth Generation Manoeuvre

07/22/2019
On October 24, 2019, the Williams Foundation will host its next seminar on building an integrated fifth generation force. This seminar will be held in the National Gallery of Australia in Canberra from 0800 through 1530. Since 2013 the Sir Richard Williams Foundation seminars have focused on building an integrated…

Baltic Protector

07/17/2019
RAMSTEIN, Germany The two months long Exercise Baltic Protector culminated recently in Estonia. Royal Air Force Typhoon aircraft based at Ämari Air Base, Estonia as part of NATO’s Baltic Air Policing mission, conducted a series of flights over participating maritime assets, HMS Albion and HMS Kent. The exercise tests the Joint Expeditionary Force’s…

USMC and US Army Work HIMARS Live Fire Demonstration in Australia

07/16/2019
The Marines are working to shape a more effective and integrated force. An example is their work on the integration of HIMARS with the F-35. Currently in Australia, the Marines and US Army have brought HIMARS to Australia as part of this years TS-19 exercise. According to a story by…

USMC Ospreys in Oz for Talisman Sabre 2019

07/13/2019
In these photos, MV-22B Osprey aircraft are seen flying over the Rockhampton Showground pavilion as a display put on for the Rockhampton Open Day as part of Talisman Sabre 2019. [maxgallery id="126030"] Talisman Sabre 2019 (TS19) is a bilateral combined Australian and United States (US) training activity. TS19 is designed…

Raptors in Oz for Talisman Sabre 19

07/11/2019
Talisman Sabre 19 (TS19) is a bilateral combined Australian and United States (US) training activity. TS19 is designed to practice our respective military services and associated agencies in planning and conducting Combined and Joint Task Force operations, and improve the combat readiness and interoperability between Australian and US forces. [maxgallery…

Operation Carthage: Technology May Advance, But the Friction of War Remains

07/11/2019
By Damien Hare The popular perception of bombing in World War II is of inaccuracy and indiscriminate destruction. Despite early intentions to conduct precision raids in Europe, both the Royal Air Force (RAF) and the United States Army Air Forces found that limitations of technology, training and the elements severely…