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  • Cybersecurity

    June 2019

    Viewpoint: Manufacturing and Cybersecurity - Know the Essentials

    By Chris Souza
    It’s no secret that the security climate on the internet is becoming more dangerous by the day. This is especially true for business professionals in the manufacturing space, where cyber attacks are only becoming more frequent and more costly with each passing year.
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    June 2019

    Combating AI Bias Through Responsible Leadership

    By Tamie Santiago
    Artificial intelligence — once just the fascination of science fiction writers — is now poised to transform the global economy and permeate lives in ways never thought possible.
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    May 2019

    Right AI Strategy a Must for Military Superiority

    By James Marceau and Barry Scharfman
    As the United States faces threats that are more complex and rapidly evolving than ever, the Defense Department’s technological arsenal must be ready to face any challenge.
  • Viewpoint

    April 2019

    How to Make Defense Department a Better Satellite Communications Customer

    By Rebecca Cowen-Hirsch
    It was only a year ago, at the 2018 National Space Symposium, that Gen. John W. “Jay” Raymond, commander of Air Force Space Command and the Joint Force Space Component, spoke about how we are building profound, positive momentum in what could emerge as one of the most significant periods of change in the history of military and satellite communications.
  • Acquisition

    March 2019

    Some Acquisitions Leave Opportunity on the Table

    By John T. Walker
    Throughout history, industrial companies have looked to acquisition to bolster market position and accelerate growth.
  • Land Forces

    January 2019

    U.S. to Streamline Small Arms, Ammo Export Regulations

    By Lisa Mays and Reid Whitten
    U.S. regulations are being rewritten to remove certain guns and ammunition from defense export controls.
  • Land Forces

    December 2018

    Marines Use Case Methods to Test Leadership Skills

    By Kevin Johnston
    On Thursday afternoons at Marine Corps Base Quantico, Virginia, leaders have a unique opportunity to test their skills in crisis situations.
  • Land Forces

    December 2018

    Viewpoint: New Dimensions for the Next-Generation Combat Vehicle

    By Zachary Lum
    What’s in the realm of the possible for the Army’s next-generation infantry fighting vehicle?
  • Defense Department

    December 2018

    Supply Chain Must Deliver Uncompromised Systems

    By Parham Eftekhari and Drew Spaniel
    Warfare is no longer limited to either the physical or digital theater. Instead, adversaries ranging from script kiddies to nation-state sponsored advanced persistent threats have evolved to simultaneously launch asymmetric attack campaigns along digital, kinetic and hybrid vectors to undermine democracy, challenge moral values, alter public perceptions, compromise critical infrastructure, steal valuable intellectual property and exfiltrate sensitive information.
  • Defense Department

    November 2018

    Days of Cannibalizing Military Aircraft for Spare Parts Coming to an End

    By John C. Johnson
    Since their advent in the 19th century, interchangeable parts have allowed manufacturers to efficiently produce products in quantity and for lower costs.
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