Journal of Battlefield Technology
The Journal of Battlefield Technology is a peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal for military officers, scientists and engineers involved in the delivery of battlefield defence capability. It is an applications journal, which is intended to be of interest to those with a general military background as well as those who are expert in the field of military science and engineering. The major focus of the Journal is to support research in battlefield technology, providing a level of explanation that is not available in publications of a general military nature. Subjects are presented under the broad headings of Firepower and Protection, Mobility, Command Systems, Surveillance and Target Acquisition , Training and Analysis, and Management. However, any topical military issue of a technical nature is suitable for inclusion.
The Journal of Battlefield Technology is issued three times per year in March, July and November. Depending on the printing schedule, subscriber copies may be mailed as late as the end of the respective publishing month—overseas subscribers may therefore receive their copies in April, August and December respectively.
The articles in this Journal are accepted and printed on the understanding that they are the original work of the author or authors identified with each article, and that authors have gained the necessary security clearance and company or foundation clearance or release.
Views of the authors do not necessarily reflect those of the editorial staff or the publisher. All material appearing in this Journal remains the copyright of Argos Press. Reproduction in whole or in part is not allowed without permission in writing from the Editor-in-Chief.