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Sash Tusa of the independent equity research firm Agency Partners analyzes UK Defence Secretary Sir Michael Fallon’s recent remarks to Defense & Aerospace Report about the country’s defense budget during the first installment of his interview at the 2017 Defence and Security Equipment International conference and trade show in London. The Defense & Aerospace Report’s coverage is in partnership with DSEI and Clarion Events.

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Dan Middleton, executive vice president at Liquid Robotics, discusses the newest generation of its Wave Glider unmanned underwater vehicle and lessons learned from its testing and development during an interview at the 2017 Defence and Security Equipment International conference and trade show in London. Defense & Aerospace Report’s coverage is in partnership with DSEI and Clarion Events.

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Alan Garwood, BAE Systems’ group business development director, shares his take on the global defense exports environment, the significance of the Type 31e frigate to BAE’s corporate and the UK’s national export strategies, the impact of Middle Eastern military spending on business and more in a Sept. 14, 2017, interview at the 2017 Defense and Security Equipment International conference and trade show in London. Defense & Aerospace Report’s coverage is in partnership with DSEI and Clarion Events.

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Scott Featherman, BlackBox Biometrics’ business development manager, on the company’s genesis, the “blast gauge” it invented to quantify and record explosions’ overpressures to help triage IED victims more accurately during a Sept. 13, 2017, interview at the 2017 Defence and Security Equipment International conference and trade show in London. Defense & Aerospace Report’s coverage is in partnership with DSEI and Clarion events.

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Jonny Priest, head of Inzpire’s Helicopter Services Division, discusses the company’s Targeted Fidelity Simulator, the deal it just made with Jordan’s Golden Eagle Aviation Academy and corporate goals during a Sept. 13, 2017, interview at the 2017 Defence and Security Equipment International conference and trade show in London. Defense & Aerospace Report’s coverage is in partnership with DSEI and Clarion Events.

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Melanie Chesnokov, project manager for the Armed Services Trauma Rehabilitation Outcome (or ADVANCE) study, and Maj. Peter Le Feuvre, RAMC, a physiotherapist with the UK’s Defence Medical Services, discuss the first-of-its-kind study during the 2017 Defence and Security Equipment International conference and trade show in London. ADVANCE study researchers are investigating the “long-term health outcomes of” Iraq and Afghanistan veterans whose battlefield injuries were severe enough to require direct airlift to UK hospitals for treatment “between 2003 and 2014” over a 20-year period to help create better long-term treatment plans for future combat casualties. Defense & Aerospace Report’s coverage is in partnership with DSEI and Clarion Events.

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Jon Damush, chief growth officer at Insitu, a Boeing company, and Lt. Col. Brad Green, USMC, commanding officer of Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 2 (VMU-2), discuss the RQ-21 unmanned aerial system’s role in the US Marine Corps’ mission and the product’s future outlook during the 2017 Defence and Security Equipment International conference and trade show in London. Defense & Aerospace Report’s coverage is in partnership with DSEI and Clarion Partners.

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Rob Harrison, product line manager at Esterline Control & Communication Systems, discusses the concept and technology behind its “high-noise, hearing protection headset,” designed to provide protection and survive the elements “in challenging environments,” during an interview at the 2017 Defence and Security Equipment International conference and trade show in London. Defense & Aerospace Report’s coverage is in partnership with DSEI and Clarion Events.

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In Part 3 of his Sept. 11, 2017, interview at the 2017 Defence and Security Equipment International conference and trade show, Cmdr. Toby Shaughnessy, Royal Navy, commanding officer of the HMS Argyll, says the service seeks “perfection in the basics” during training, because “if we can deal with the basics well, then we can deal with most crises as they occur,” discusses how the HMS Argyll’s preparations for a nine-month deployment to Latin America and Asia in 2018 and more. Defense & Aerospace Report’s coverage is in partnership with DSEI and Clarion Events.

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In Part 2 of a Sept. 11, 2017, interview at the 2017 Defence and Security Equipment International conference and trade show, Cmdr. Toby Shaughnessy, Royal Navy, commanding officer of the HMS Argyll, discusses the role of US Navy and US Coast Guard service members on the HMS Argyle. He is joined by Lt. Graham Ziemba, USN, HMS Argyll’s officer of the watch, who discusses his experience on the ship. Defense & Aerospace Report’s coverage is in partnership with DSEI and Clarion Events.

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