A 'range-based arms race'? Perspectives on interoperability and the future of land-based fires

A 'range-based arms race'? Perspectives on interoperability and the future of land-based fires

There is a sense of urgency within allied forces to reestablish their artillery capabilities, as they remain a vital asset for both self-defence and expeditionary warfare; by 2027, the Global Artillery and Systems market is projected to reach US$10.4 billion.

Ahead of Future Artillery 2018, Defence IQ had the opportunity to discuss with Brigadier Paul Tennant, Chief Joint Fires and Influence, HQ ARRC NATO and speaker at the event. In this exclusive transcript of the interview, he talks about the future of the joint fires operating environment, the growing reliance on technology for training, the strategic priorities and challenges for NATO, and how allied troops should align their requirements to counter the adversaries' capabilities.


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