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  • The Royal Navy Post Brexit: Priorities & Challenges (Richard Beedall)
  • US Navy Force Structure Divergent “Roads” Ahead (Scott C. Truver)
  • A Thinking Navy, a Fighting Navy, an Australian Navy. Interview with Rear Admiral Mark Hammond, Commander Australian Fleet (COMAUSFLT)
  • “An opportunity window is open to internationalise our defence industry.” Interview with Admiral General Antonio Martorell Lacave, Chief of Staff, Spanish Navy (Almirante Jefe de Estado Mayor de la Armada – AJEMA).
  • Vice Admiral Kay-Achim Schönbach: We need to focus more on blue water operations
  • The Type 26 Global Combat Ship: Global by Design (Conrad Waters)
  • Medium Calibre Naval Gun Systems and Smart Ammunition (Luca Peruzzi)
  • Stopping the Anti-Ship Missile (Doug Richardson)
  • Water & Waste Handling on Navy Vessels: A Matter of Honour? (Konstantin Tchetchine)
  • A New Frigate for the Hellenic Navy (Stephen Barnard)
  • Exporting Maritime Britain. Interview with Mark Goldsack, Director of the Department for International Trade UK Defence and Security Exports.
  • Curing India’s Submarine Deficiency (Suman Sharma)
  • IMDS 2021. Showcasing the Main Trends in Russian Shipbuilding & Naval Systems (Dr. Nikolai Novichkov)
  • Troubled Waters and Freedom of Navigation (Nick Childs)
  • MUM-T at Sea. The US Navy Experiments with Manned-UnManned Teaming (Sidney E. Dean)

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