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  • Special Operations

    May 2019

    Communication Key to SOCOM’s Success

    By James C. Boozer
    The National Defense Industrial Association believes war-fighters must collaborate with industry throughout weapons system development to deliver capabilities that provide the U.S. with the competitive advantage it needs to win future conflicts.
  • Budget

    April 2019

    Repealing the Budget Control Act Long Overdue

    By Wesley Hallman
    Due to a publishing deadline, we didn’t have the opportunity to analyze what readers of National Defense will have already seen in the details of the administration’s budget proposal. We can say the proposed $750 billion topline number for defense is a good next step in the long process of regaining military readiness while investing in modernization and recapitalization.
  • Defense Department

    March 2019

    The Case for Women Entering a Draft

    By Rachel A. McCaffrey
    Selective Service law requires male U.S. citizens and male immigrants — documented and undocumented — to register for the draft within 30 days of their 18th birthday. Failure to register disqualifies men from receiving federal student aid, federal job training or a federal job.
  • Defense Department

    January 2019

    Talent, Training and the Red Tails

    By Hawk Carlisle , Wesley Hallman and Rachel A. McCaffrey
    As we thought about how to recognize and honor the accomplishments of African Americans during Black History month, we decided to focus on one of our most successful World War II units, the Tuskegee Airmen.
  • Defense Department

    January 2019

    NDIA at 100: Building on a Strong Foundation

    By James C. Boozer
    I write this as we mark the 100th anniversary of World War I’s Armistice and NDIA begins preparations to celebrate 100 years of advocating for American warfighters.
  • Defense Contracting

    December 2018

    Association Building on a Strong Foundation

    In 1918, at the 11th hour of the 11th day of the 11th month, the guns fell silent and an armistice went into effect in Central Europe, bringing an end to World War I combat operations.
  • Defense Department

    November 2018

    A Call to Get Involved in the Association

    By Richard D. McConn
    I am excited to assume leadership as the National Defense Industrial Association is poised for growth, both in size and influence.
  • Defense Department

    September 2018

    Successes in a Time of Transition

    By Sid Ashworth
    As my tenure as chair of the board of directors for the National Defense Industrial Association comes to an end, I am pleased to share with you our 2018 successes.
  • Science and Engineering Technology

    September 2018

    Education Key to Keeping Strong Industrial Base

    By Wesley Hallman
    The National Defense Industrial Association’s calling is simple and compelling. It believes in a strong national defense and a U.S. defense industrial base that provides the best possible capabilities and services to the nation’s forces to keep them superior to any potential adversary or competitor.
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    July 2018

    The Imperative for Artificial Intelligence

    By Frank J. Michael and Shane Shaneman
    The United States enjoys a long track record of dominating conventional military operations, driven in large part by our technological superiority — the nation’s ability to develop new capabilities and rapidly integrate them into military operations.
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