In April of last year, the U.S. military dropped the most powerful non-nuclear bomb ever used in combat on a tunnel complex in Afghanistan’s Nangarhar province.
The Army sees its tactical command posts as a major battlefield vulnerability as potential adversaries become better at locating and destroying them.
Change, as they say, is constant. And that goes for whether one is developing cutting-edge technology, monitoring the Byzantine Defense Department acquisition regime, or producing a magazine that covers these two constantly shifting topics.
As we enter 2018, I want to take this opportunity to recount the National Defense Industrial Association’s deliberate efforts over the past year to add member value and offer insight on where we are going.
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