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The Case For A Robust U.S. Amphibious Warfare Force (From 1945) Unfortunately, over the past several decades, the United States' planning for future conflicts has had to adjust to many “punches” from adversaries. The events of 9/11 once constituted such a blow, as did the rise of great power competitors, culminatin ...
Leidos Reinforcement Learning Exercise Illuminates How AI Can Automate Military Ops (From Forbes) Earlier this year, Leidos and Domino Data Lab conducted a digital wargame applying machine learning to a combat scenario. What made the game different is that the software they used was for Reinforcement Learning, an approach to machine learning that m ...
United States Postal Bailouts Are Not Working (From Townhall) Lexington’s Paul Steidler was quoted in a story in Townhall regarding the shortcomings of the United States Postal Service despite numerous attempts at congressional reform. Steidler referenced a misleading projection produced by the United States Post ...
‘It’s A Hit And Miss.’ Slow, Erratic Mail Delivery Across Kansas City Angers Residents (From The Kansas City Star) Lexington’s Paul Steidler was quoted in a story in The Kansas City Star about delayed and inconsistent mail delivery throughout the area. Steidler explained that the Postal Service is “constrained in the rates of pay it can offer, making it more diffic ...
Will Postal Service Ride To The Rescue If Teamsters Strike UPS? Maybe. (From FreightWaves) Lexington’s Paul Steidler was quoted in a FreightWaves story on whether the U.S. Postal Service would be able to handle all UPS packages in the event of a Teamsters strike. Steidler dismissed the possibility: “There will be so many packages around that ...
Big Mouths For Weapons Spending Are Mum On Industry Backers (From Responsible Statecraft) Lexington COO Loren Thompson was featured as the personification of transparency in a piece by Responsible Statecraft regarding how think tanks fail to disclose how they are at least partially funded by companies in the defense sector. In his articles, ...
US Navy Applies Lessons From Costly Shipbuilding Mistakes (From Spectrum News) Lexington COO Loren Thompson was quoted in a Spectrum News article discussing the ramifications of the Navy’s overinvestment in technological advancement at the expense of its next generation of destroyers. Despite Navy officials’ assertion that they h ...
Boeing To End F/A-18 Super Hornet Production By 2025 (From The St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Lexington COO Loren Thompson was quoted in an article by the St. Louis Post-Dispatch detailing Boeing’s decision to indefinitely halt its production of F/A-18 Super Hornet fighter jets. Boeing’s reallocation of manpower and resources toward the product ...
Boeing Adds 900 St. Louis Jobs, Looks To Its Future. And A New Fighter Jet. (From the St. Louis Post-Dispatch) Lexington COO Loren Thompson was quoted in a St. Louis Dispatch article highlighting the expansion of Boeing’s regional operations. Recently, the firm announced it hired 900 new employees to assist in future production in the St. Louis area. Notably, m ...
Is Wright-Patterson’s NASIC Helping To ID Airborne ‘Objects?’ (From The Dayton Daily News) Lexington’s Loren Thompson was quoted in an article by the Dayton Daily News about a specialized intelligence center that may be playing a key role in conducting research about UFOs. Operating within the confines of Wright-Patterson Air Force Base in G ...
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