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  • Small Business

    December 2022

    Startup Helps Officers Explain Future Warfare Through Storytelling

    By Meredith Roaten
    Useful Fiction wants to change how warfighters envision new technologies and concepts that will be essential to the future of warfare.
  • International

    October 2022

    JUST IN: China Has ‘Theory of Victory’ to Defeat U.S. Military, Report Finds

    China has not only closed the military capability gap and increased competition with the United States, but also has developed a strategy to defeat the United States in a potential conflict, according to a new report.
  • Aviation

    April 2022

    Armed Overwatch Program Nears Source Selection (UPDATED)

    By Jan Tegler
    Despite the U.S military’s shift to great power competition with China and Russia, Special Operations Command says it still needs aviation platforms that can support isolated commandos conducting irregular warfare in remote areas.
  • Defense Department

    September 2020

    Hyten: New Warfighting Concept to Erase Battlefield Lines

    By Connie Lee
    A new warfighting concept due to be delivered by the end of the year will do away with the traditional concept of “battlefield lines,” said Air Force Gen. John Hyten, vice chairman of the joint chiefs of staff.
  • Air Power

    February 2020

    U.S., Allies Bolstering Electronic Warfare Systems

    By Jon Harper
    The global military airborne electronic warfare market offers major opportunities for equipment manufacturers as countries respond to growing threats, according to a recent report from Frost & Sullivan.
  • Cyber

    November 2018

    Analysts Laud New Federal Cyber Strategies

    By Yasmin Tadjdeh
    With high-tech adversaries increasingly targeting U.S. government networks, two recently released cybersecurity strategies are a step in the right direction, experts have said. The National Cyber Strategy and a summary of the Defense Department’s Cyber Strategy were both released in September. The documents provided high-level objectives for the Pentagon and other federal agencies to better wrap their arms around cybersecurity issues.
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