Weapons and technology of WW2 World War two was considered by many to be the first modern war which implement lots of new inventions that were never seen before. There were advancements in all fields of war from underwater sub-marines to atmospheric rockets. Air power: During WW1 aircraft were mostly made out of wood and canvas which resulted in them being slow and weak, because of this most aircraft were used for spying and not for air to air combat. In WW2 new aircraft such as the Supermarine Spitfire and Lancaster Bomber were developed. These aircraft were larger and stronger and could travel much faster which meant that planes could do more than ever before.
Matters of cost-benefit analysis and the efficacy of the simulators in training have continued to engage this technological development. Research has shown that the training of United States Air Force pilots is more reliant on simulators than any other branch of the U.S. military. The early development of simulators was restricted in the genre of scientific fiction computer games and was purely meant to serve the purpose of entertainment. However, successive developments within the world of simulation saw the advancement in the technological element of the simulators leading to their use as implements of training. In this manner, simulators are important in enhancing the sense of realism for pilots.
II. ANALYSIS 1. INTERNAL ANALYSIS (a) VRINE Model Resource 1: Embraer’s E190 Valuable- E190 increased growth opportunities for JetBlue as the company could get access to a larger potential market via E190. It was more comfortable than typical regional jet. Cost per available seat of E190 was 34% less than a typical regional jet.
The Republic of Korea Army lost 415,000 to death and 429,000 were badly wounded. Syngman Rhee and Kim Il Sung tried to rejoin the North and South of Korea however it remained divided. This war was both a military and political success to the USA to a small extent due to their large economic loss and death of many of their soldiers for a war that nobody won as they only signed a cease fire agreement instead of a peace treaty. The cost of the war for the USA was a lot less than those for Korea and China, however was still a huge annoyance for them. 33,651 American soldiers died during combat and 103,284 were injured.
The senior leadership at BAE failed to calculate the total risk of taking on a project of this scope. Although, BAE had 90% of the market share in this industry the scope was unattainable. When DIA made the decision to approach BAE about expanding the baggage system they were already halfway complete with many of the terminals and concourse and were just two years away from the original open date in October 1993. This meant that BAE would have to tear up certain sections of the airport and redesign around the new integrated system. This alone cost millions in delays and rework.
This gave them a huge advantage against the Triple Alliance. The introduction of the tank sounded amazing and great a first, but it took many trial and errors in order to perfect it. The first tanks that rolled out were treated like the final product, but in reality it was merely a prototype. These tanks were designed to break through the “no man’s land.” The “no man’s land” was a term used to identify the area between the two enemy
The UAV used at the AWE was the Hunter, which was not expected to become part of the Army's inventory. The Hunter required too much manpower and a large operating field. The Outrider, a tactical UAV then in development, was expected to be more proficient and require less support resources. However, the Hunter helped prove the value of UAVs to ground combat units. The Javelin was a winner to the point that light infantrymen were being flown around in helicopters in Javelin packages to attack tanks.
Hitler made a series of mistakes before attempting to invade Britain. Firstly at Dunkerque, Hitler made a mistake in not allowing his tanks to take Dunkerque quickly enough which allowed Britain to take many Allied troops from the beaches. The British government turned this into a great propaganda victory as they saved 350,000 troops. This was called the spirit of Dunkerque and the government used the fall of France to increase British morale before the Battle of Britain. After France was taken, there was a long delay which allowed Britain to produce more planes for the Battle of Britain and at one point they made over 100 planes a week.
New inventions that were discovered in the era of World War I made fighting techniques more efficient. This war was the turning points for new and useful weapons. Before this point the methods to warfare were very simple and straight forward, now with planes in the air creating a whole other dimensions to tactics and strategy, tanks that covered the ground, and torpedoes in the water. Times were changing and if you were lagging behind you may have been defeated by other nations. Some of the biggest changes to the scenes was the invention of machine guns, poisonous gases/ chemical warfare, and trench warfare.
This forced the armies of World War One to move considerably slower. During World War One the airplane was thought to be a novelty and was mostly used to scout the enemy positions or to fight each other. At the start of World War Two a major difference was what the soldier carried. The common soldier was issued Semiautomatic rifles that found a balance between range and rate of fire that is still the standard today. The rate of fire of this weapon was thirty rounds per minute and even the greenest soldier could maintain this rate