CHANGE IN THE AIR
- Peace for Our Time? Kagan, Donald; Kagan, Frederick W. // Commentary;Sep2000, Vol. 110 Issue 2, p42
Compares the behavior of Great Britain after World War I with that of the United States (U.S.) in the contemporary period. Background on the decline in the military might of Great Britain; Application of the factors which contributed to the decline into the state of the U.S. Armed Forces;...
- THE NATION AT WAR. Lanza, Conrad H. // America;7/24/1943, Vol. 69 Issue 16, p424
The article focuses on the remarkable invasion fleet of American and British armies during World War II. The British 8th Army and the Canadian forces have arrived in Sicily to protect the British from the war. German forces also begin a major attack in Kursk, Russia and attempting to secure and...
- RCJ(+UK)OPDS. E. M. // Officer;Apr2009, Vol. 85 Issue 3, p54
Information about the Reserve Component Joint Officer Professional Development Seminar (RCJOPDS) organized by the Reserves Enlisted Association in the U.S. in 2009 is presented. The topics include national strategy, leadership and military policy. The event has featured several British Armies,...
- Leadership. // Military Review;Jul/Aug2001, Vol. 81 Issue 4, p72
Introduces a series of articles which compared the military leadership of the Armed Forces of the United States and Great Britain in the Balkan Peninsula.
- Whither Britannia? Friedman, Norman // U.S. Naval Institute Proceedings;Dec2010, Vol. 136 Issue 12, p90
The article presents information on the result of the Tactical Defence Review announced by the British government. It is stated that despite deep budget cuts the Royal Navy will receive the two Queen Elizabeth-class carriers. The U.S. defense budget is also stated to be in trouble because of the...
- U.S., U.K. Missile Needs Seen Converging. Wall, Robert // Aviation Week & Space Technology;8/7/2000, Vol. 153 Issue 6, p46
Focuses on the convergence of the cruise missile requirements of Great Britain and the United States as of August 7, 2000. Previous attempts of the countries to coordinate their missile systems; Background on the Future Offensive Air System program of Great Britain.
- US and UK cooperate on ground recon vehicle. Rivers, Brendan P. // Journal of Electronic Defense;Aug98, Vol. 21 Issue 8, p34
Reports on the collaboration of the United States and Great Britain in developing the Tactical Reconnaissance Armoured Combat Equipment Requirement (TRACER). Capabilities of the TRACER; Companies to bid for the vehicle development; Criteria for the project design.
- The British Approach. Smith, David A. // American Enterprise;Jul/Aug99, Vol. 10 Issue 4, p58
Deals with the military education system in Great Britain which can be adopted in the United States (U.S.) military academies as of July 1999. Source for new military officers in the U.S.; Colleges for officers to be in the British Army, Navy and Air Force; Advantages and disadvantages of the...
- PROTECTED MOBILITY VEHICLES IN ASIA. Arthur, Gordon // Defence Review Asia;Dec2014/Jan2015, Vol. 8 Issue 8, p22
The article discusses the indigenous armoured-vehicle solutions adopted by Asian countries to address internal-security challenges and the investment of the U.S. and Great Britain in armoured Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected (MRAP) vehicles. The armoured MRAP vehicles introduced by the U.S. since...