Shephard’s Land Warfare International is the only global magazine dedicated to all elements of land warfare. The publication, which is distributed to a hand-picked audience of military and industry leaders, covers all aspects of the land battle.
LWI draws on the expertise of Shephard’s experienced staff of defence writers that span the globe.
The bi-monthly publication supplies readers with all the latest news analysis and keeps them up to date with the technologies and programmes that they need to know about.
The magazine is supplemented by a daily news feed www.landwarfareintl.com, bringing live coverage from major exhibitions and events as well as all the latest company information.
Editor Tim Fish outlines the future MBT landscape as the focus remains on updates over new designs.
USMC ACV 1.1 contenders line up
Chinese armour ‘unrivalled in Asia’
With no new vehicles in development, NATO militaries wanting to retain an MBT capability have no choice but to update their existing fleets, reports Ian Kemp.
Are technology-driven capability advances and the financially imposed need to do more with less leading to a renewed interest in shoulder- and tripod-launched surface-to-air missiles? Jonathan Tringham spoke to industry experts to find out.
READY TO ROLL
There has been a resurgence in activity in the tactical vehicles market recently, mainly due to the recent award of the US Joint Light Tactical Vehicle contract to Oshkosh. Scott R Gourley provides an overview.
Infantry support weapons are the keystone of defence and attack on the battlefield. Stephen Miller discusses the role and capabilities of some of the current in-service weapons around the globe.
Major General Stuart Smith, commander of the Australian Army’s 1st Division, talks to Gordon Arthur about the development of amphibious capabilities as the focus for his command.
• Air defence guns
• Vehicle-mounted weapons
• Reconnaissance vehicles
(AUSA Global Force, DefExpo)
• Artillery systems
• Tracks and wheels
• Rifle optics
• Sniper rifles
(DSA, SOFEX, IDEB, SOFIC)
• Precision munitions
• Special operations infantry equipment
• Special operations vehicles
(Eurosatory, Farnborough International Airshow)
• Assault rifles
• European armoured vehicles
• Night vision Part 1
• Tyres and run-flat technology
(Land Forces, MSPO, AAD, Modern Day Marine, ADAS)
• Sniper training and technology
• Future armoured vehicle design
• Remote weapon station technology
• Vehicle optics and targeting systems
(AUSA Annual, Milipol Qatar, Indo Defence, I/ITSEC)
• Vehicle-mounted cannon
• Anti-tank weapons
• Armoured vehicle upgrades
• Night vision Part 2
• Active protection systems
• Power and mobility
• Body armour
Land Warfare International is part of the land and support division in Shephard's internationally renowned publishing portfolio.
LWI has circulation of over 9,900 and each printed copy has a 4 times pass on readership. (Adestra Readership Survey 2010).
Circulation has been further enhanced with the launch of our new free digital editions service.
Shephard's publications are also distributed at all major shows throughout the year.
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Shephard Media is delighted to announce that our range of defence, aerospace and security magazines are now available through dedicated Apps for both Android and Apple devices.
Optimised for mobile viewing, the App allows readers to download and view each issue offline, and provides additional content such as interactive links, slideshow galleries, animations, video and more.
The first issue in each App is free to download and all issues will soon be available free to access for Shephard Plus subscribers using their existing Shephard Plus login details.
We hope you enjoy this great new way to access your favourite magazines.
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