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Raider Magazine Volume 6 issue 6 Back Issue

English 8 Reviews   •  English   •   General Interest (History & Knowledge)
THERE’S NO “I” IN “TEAM”

As with any team change, as they say, is inevitable.

Those of you who are subscribers or regular readers of Raider will know that I’ve been at the helm for a good while now, and it has been my great honour to have worked with not only our own troops, but also those from other nations. I have also had the privilege to meet some of the very best manufacturers of tactical products available, and to bring their offerings to the attention of soldiers and operators globally.

It is time for change though. As there are major changes afoot for our Armed Forces, and hopefully our troops returning safely home from deployment in Afghanistan, it is time for a new face to take over the reins and lead Raider into its next cycle of being. I’ve been privileged to have brought the magazine through one cycle, growing it and expanding it into new directions on the way, but that evolution needs to continue, and new focus is needed to ensure that this will happen.

I hope that I’m going out on a bang though, with yet another cracking issue filled to the very brim with news, reviews, and some super articles; the guys really have pulled out the stops again this month so I sincerely hope that you will thoroughly enjoy what you see on page.

My final words as Editor are simply these; to all of our troops, wherever you may be deployed, you have my deepest respect and I wish you a safe a speedy return home. Thank you all for the sacrifices you make for us.
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Raider

Volume 6 issue 6 THERE’S NO “I” IN “TEAM” As with any team change, as they say, is inevitable. Those of you who are subscribers or regular readers of Raider will know that I’ve been at the helm for a good while now, and it has been my great honour to have worked with not only our own troops, but also those from other nations. I have also had the privilege to meet some of the very best manufacturers of tactical products available, and to bring their offerings to the attention of soldiers and operators globally. It is time for change though. As there are major changes afoot for our Armed Forces, and hopefully our troops returning safely home from deployment in Afghanistan, it is time for a new face to take over the reins and lead Raider into its next cycle of being. I’ve been privileged to have brought the magazine through one cycle, growing it and expanding it into new directions on the way, but that evolution needs to continue, and new focus is needed to ensure that this will happen. I hope that I’m going out on a bang though, with yet another cracking issue filled to the very brim with news, reviews, and some super articles; the guys really have pulled out the stops again this month so I sincerely hope that you will thoroughly enjoy what you see on page. My final words as Editor are simply these; to all of our troops, wherever you may be deployed, you have my deepest respect and I wish you a safe a speedy return home. Thank you all for the sacrifices you make for us.


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THERE’S NO “I” IN “TEAM”

As with any team change, as they say, is inevitable.

Those of you who are subscribers or regular readers of Raider will know that I’ve been at the helm for a good while now, and it has been my great honour to have worked with not only our own troops, but also those from other nations. I have also had the privilege to meet some of the very best manufacturers of tactical products available, and to bring their offerings to the attention of soldiers and operators globally.

It is time for change though. As there are major changes afoot for our Armed Forces, and hopefully our troops returning safely home from deployment in Afghanistan, it is time for a new face to take over the reins and lead Raider into its next cycle of being. I’ve been privileged to have brought the magazine through one cycle, growing it and expanding it into new directions on the way, but that evolution needs to continue, and new focus is needed to ensure that this will happen.

I hope that I’m going out on a bang though, with yet another cracking issue filled to the very brim with news, reviews, and some super articles; the guys really have pulled out the stops again this month so I sincerely hope that you will thoroughly enjoy what you see on page.

My final words as Editor are simply these; to all of our troops, wherever you may be deployed, you have my deepest respect and I wish you a safe a speedy return home. Thank you all for the sacrifices you make for us.
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For over six years, Raider Magazine has become a firm favourite with both military personnel and enthusiasts around the world. Since the launch of the magazine, the publishers of Raider have always listened to it's audience, providing them with well written, targeted and informative editorial content and features. However, as with every industry the dynamic are forever changing and with a change in dynamics comes a change in direction.

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