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ADM presents the annual Sea Power issue.
Editor Katherine Ziesing questions whether Sea 5000 (Future frigates) will see a CEP this year and takes a closer look at the French FREMM offering for the program.
Senior Correspondent Julian Kerr weighs up the BAE Systems Type 26 GCS frigate and the German Blohm & Voss MEKO A-400RAN based on the F125.
Deputy Editor at Large Nigel Pittaway analyses the FREMM's Italian cousin, and writes on Navy's evolution to a more self reliant engineering capability.
Philip Smart looks at the ever increasing use of labs to cut combat systems integration costs and marine simulation provider Pivot Marine is under the SME Spotlight this month.
Lockheed Martin Australia CEO Raydon Gates gives his views on the Defence White Paper and associated documents in From the Source, as well as the challenges currently faced by his company.
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