IHS Jane's Intelligence Review


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  • Yemeni rebels enhance ballistic missile campaign

    Yemen-based rebels have launched numerous ballistic missile attacks against Saudi Arabia since the outbreak of conflict in 2015. Jeremy Binnie traces the origin and evolution of their arsenal, and assesses how rebel forces are sustaining their campaign and the course it may take in the future
  • Hyperspectral analysis set to expand in coming decade

    Advances in the development of hyperspectral imaging sensors raise the prospect of wider future use of the technology in space. Brian Lim and Melissa Hanham assess what an increase in commercially available hyperspectral imagery would mean for open-source intelligence practitioners
  • Russia encounters hurdles in satellite development and expansion

    Russia is working to increase the number of intelligence satellites it operates, but its fleet remains small and increasingly outdated. Bart Hendrickx examines the status of Russia's satellite intelligence capabilities and considers the outlook for future programmes
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  • DoD seeks further MD 530F helos for allies

    The US Department of Defense (DoD) is looking to acquire up to 120 additional MD Helicopters Inc (MDHI) MD 530F Cayuse Warrior light attack and reconnaissance rotorcraft for allied operators, it was disclosed on the Federal Business Opportunities (FedBizOpps) website on 20 July. The US Army’s
  • Infocom develops new armed UGV

    Kiev-based Infocom has revealed to Jane’s details of Laska, its new unmanned ground vehicle (UGV). Developed through a company-funded project, the system is designed to support tactical level operations on the battlefield. Sergey Rumyantsev, project manager and UGV team lead at Infocom, told
  • F-35B begins new ski-ramp testing campaign

    Key Points A land-based ski-ramp has been built at NAS Patuxent River to support testing for the United Kingdom The Phase 2 test programme is designed to expand the ski-jump envelope for the F-35B The F-35 Lightning II Pax River Integrated Test Force has begun a second round of land-based F-35B
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