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latest issue

In the latest issue

ADM covers Defence in the North and innovation.

Editor Katherine Ziesing reports on more Land Forces highlights including the Unmanned Systems in Defence Conference. Deputy Editor-at Large Nigel Pittaway covers Tiger's future, SYPAQ's Corvo UAS, Land 129/4, C-130J wing fatigue testing, and Ex Pitch Black as well as Defence infrastructure in the north.

Senior Correspondent Julian Kerr this month offers Land 400 updates from Land Forces, Israeli loitering munitions, Lockheed Martin's innovation program in the US, and Darwin's maritime facilities upgrade program.   

Philip Smart shines the SME Spotlight on Project Coorong SME Fine-Tech Electronic Solutions and our From the Source interviewee is Chief of Army LTGEN Angus Campbell.

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