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The New Arsenal Of Democracy: The U.S. Commercial High-Tech Industry’s Role In Countering The China Threat The character of the international order is changing. These changes encompass all elements of national power – economic, technological, social/cultural, political, and military. The United States and its democratic friends and allies are facing a host of challenges to every dimension of their security. They are facing both traditional challenges, such as the proliferation of nuclear weapons, and new ones, such as the competition in advanced technologies.
JADC2 Will Require Automated Cybersecurity (From RealClearDefense) The defense digital terrain is changing rapidly. The growth in defense networks and the systems on them is already explosive. This will increase exponentially with the introduction of the Joint All Domain Command and Control (JADC2) system. If successf ...
Political Games Empower Russian Cyberattacks (From InsideSources) The United States faces an alarming and growing threat of cyberattacks from Russia. Some in Congress would compound these dangers by enacting legislation that would force America’s leading tech companies to allow access to their software, hardware, and ...
Five Reasons The Ukraine War Could Force A Rethink Of Washington’s Pivot To Asia (From Forbes) The Pentagon's pivot to Asia since the Obama years has been grounded in a belief that China is the greatest challenge to America's global influence. However, the challenge presented by China in Asia is mainly economic and technological in character, wh ...
The Ukraine War Proves The U.S. Army Needs New Mobile 155mm Howitzers (From 1945) Artillery may again become the King of Battle. The Russia-Ukraine conflict is turning into a brutal slugfest. Using tactics reminiscent of those employed in both World Wars, the Russian Army is relying on massive artillery barrages to drive back Ukrain ...
House Strategic Forces Panel Warns Plan For Airborne Control Of Nuclear Weapons In Wartime Is Lagging (From Forbes) The Strategic Forces Subcommittee of the House Armed Services Committee is warning that Air Force plans to replace aging E-4B Nightwatch command-post aircraft are lagging. The four modified 747s would be used to command and control U.S. nuclear weapons ...
Sending Stingers To Ukraine Has Increased The Urgency Of Developing New Army Air Defenses (From Forbes) The U.S. Army has sent a significant portion of its Stinger inventory to Ukraine. The antiaircraft weapon has acquitted itself reasonably well, but has also shown limitations in coping with threats like Russian drones. U.S. Army leaders recognize they ...
Army’s Future Vertical Lift Competition Could Have A Devastating Impact On The Industrial Base (From Forbes) The Army is expected to select a successor for its venerable Black Hawk helicopter in September. Depending on which team wins, the impact on the rotorcraft industrial base could be profound. The reason is that one of the two teams competing, the Boeing ...
3 Good Reasons Why The F-35 Was Not Featured In Top Gun: Maverick (From 1945) One of the most noteworthy features of Top Gun: Maverick is the absence (beyond a few seconds at the beginning of the movie) of the F-35C, the Navy’s premier, and only, fifth-generation aircraft. If the F-35 had been the centerpiece of Top Gun, it ...
“21st Century Security” Becomes Lockheed Martin’s Driving Vision Of The Future (From Forbes) Two years into his tenure as Lockheed Martin's CEO, James D. Taiclet is keeping the world's biggest arms maker on an even keel. But Taiclet wants to do more than deliver solid financial performance. He wants to redefine what it means to be a leading de ...
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