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    December 2020

    Industrial Base Continues to Face Difficulties

    Later this month, the National Defense Industrial Association will release its second annual report on the health and readiness of the defense industrial base, “Vital Signs 2021.”
  • Defense Department

    December 2020

    Challenges Ahead for New Administration

    By Arnold L. Punaro
    It is with a great sense of humility and excitement that I begin my second two-year tour as chairman of the National Defense Industrial Association.
  • Defense Department

    November 2020

    Reflecting on the Past and Future of NDIA

    By Richard D. McConn
    I write this article on my last day as chairman of the National Defense Industrial Association and want to thank all of you, our community of industry, government, military, academia and all defense professionals committed to advancing national security.
  • Global Defense Market

    September 2020

    Value of Foreign Military Sales Exceeds Profits

    By Wesley Hallman
    The National Defense Strategy is predicated on three pillars of equal importance to the long-term geostrategic success of the United States.
  • Defense Department
  • Training and Simulation

    July 2020

    Services Look at What’s Next in Training Tech

    By James Robb
    The National Training and Simulation Association, an NDIA affiliate, hosts the annual Training and Simulation Industry Symposium in mid-June where all four services discuss their visions for training systems of the future.
  • Defense Department

    June 2020

    Warfighter Ingenuity Gives U.S. Forces the Edge

    Imagination and innovation: together they can deliver enormous advantage to America and its partners and allies.
  • Global Defense Market

    May 2020

    Allies, Partners More Important Than Ever

    By James C. Boozer
    Now, more than ever, engagement and interoperability help us maintain and extend competitive advantage. As much of the world turns inward to deal with the impact of the current COVID-19 pandemic, U.S. competitors and adversaries seek advantage.
  • Defense Department

    April 2020

    Despite Tough Times, Engagement Must Continue

    By the NDIA Executive Team 
    In the spring of 1918, a new flu virus began to spread as the United States fought in World War I; this H1N1 flu strain killed approximately 50 million people worldwide, including 675,000 Americans.
  • Global Defense Market

    April 2020

    Protecting the Fruits of our Labor from China

    For decades, the National Defense Industrial Association and its members have worked hard to ensure U.S. and allied war­fighters enjoy decisive advantage across the spectrum of conflict.
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