Technique and Research Anti-Access / Denial Area (A2/AD), “a new concept?” The concept of A2/AD (Anti-Access/Areal Denial) is remarkably trendy in today’s western military literature. However, it is not a new concept but the western interpretation of a small part of a Soviet doctrinal statement developed during the 1980’s, called “Re-connaissance Abstract 107 strike complex”. The A2/AD means an offensive use of the Air Defence Artillery. The way to face this complex has con-sequences which exceed the common approach of relying combat “2” FZ2035 Air Defence workshop This article deals with the issues discussed in the meeting or-ganized by the Procurement Board Direction (DIAD) at “Captain Guiloche” military facility, mainly aiming at stating the materiel and systems needed by the Air Defence units within the 2035 Force. “3” FZ35 fires workshop This type of workshop supports the Spanish Army’s objective of considering acquisitions as an integral system which inevitably implies inter-company collaboration. Along these lines, a mea-ningful information exchange of the Army’s future capability ne-eds and the national industry possibilities turns to be extremely Spanish Army readiness to face the Unmanned Air Systems (UAS) threat The latest technological improvements, along with the develo-pments regarding component miniaturization and communica-tions, have allowed a quick evolution of Unmanned Air Systems (UAS). They have become a real threat for civilian aviation, ci-tizen security and the Armed Forces. Besides, this new threat implies a change in the operational environment, mainly, in ur-ban For this reason, the International Community is promoting di-fferent actions in order to acquire the capabilities needed to face this emerging threat. Spain has also initiated several actions to face this challenge in the most appropriate manner. Among them, the CHOD approved the Spanish Counter UAS Concept last January. At the same time, DGAM, the Spanish Army Ma-nagement Body for Armament and Materiel, led the Condor Pro-gram. Finally, the Air Defence Command has appointed the 71st Regiment as the Reference Unit for the Training concerning this C-UAS capability. We have an immense challenge ahead of us. History The Battle of Alcañiz only on aerial components. positive. areas. On May 23rd, 1809, there was a battle at Alcañiz (Teruel) in which the Spanish Artillery, commanded by brigadier Martín García-Lo-ygorri, had a noteworthy role in defeating the French army. The dis-cipline and tranquility shown by the Spanish artillery men allowed for a very effective fire which caused the complete demoralization of the French.
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