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  • Marine Corps News

    May 2023

    Marine Corps Rebalances for New Realities

    By Michael Bayer
    In May, the National Defense Industrial Association and Defense Logistics Agency Aviation, in conjunction with DLA Land and Maritime, hosted its 2023 conference organized around the theme of “Building Resilient Supply Chains, Revitalizing Domestic Manufacturing and Fostering Growth.”
  • Special Operations

    May 2023

    Special Operators Well Suited for Strategic Level of Warfare

    By Michael Bayer
    The heart of the National Defense Industrial Association’s mission is to provide ethical forums to connect government and industry to ensure warfighters in the nation’s service have the platforms, services, capabilities and technologies they need so they never engage in a fair fight against any competitor.
  • Navy News

    April 2023

    Balancing the Navy’s Near- and Long-Term Needs

    By Michael Bayer
    April marks the beginning of the annual congressional budget process in Washington, this year with an intense focus on how the Defense Department’s budget request will continue to reorient the services’ requirements and acquisition strategies to an era of great power competition.
  • International

    March 2023

    Great Power Competition in the Indo-Pacific

    By Michael Bayer
    The 2022 National Security Strategy states that “the post-Cold War era is definitely over, and a competition is underway between the major powers to shape what comes next.”
  • Defense Department

    February 2023

    Rebuilding the Industrial Base’s Strategic Resilience

    By Michael Bayer
    It has been a productive few months at the National Defense Industrial Association.
  • Industrial Base

    January 2023

    An Arsenal of Peace in Challenging Times

    By Michael Bayer
    In its 103-year history, NDIA has been at the tip of the spear during many challenging times for our industry. This is yet another.
  • Training and Simulation

    November 2022

    Ukraine Serves as Lesson in the Value of Training

    By James Robb
    Without any prospects of peace in the near term, one thing has become clear — the Ukraine army is holding its own against a much bigger adversary.
  • Defense Department

    October 2022

    The Progress We’ve Made; The Progress We Need

    By Arnold L. Punaro
    As my second tour as the National Defense Industrial Association’s chairman of the board comes to an end, I would like to take a moment to reflect on the progress we’ve made together along the way and address the road ahead.
  • Energy

    September 2022

    Energy Efficiency Is a Warfighting Imperative

    By Arun Seraphin
    The Pentagon’s renewed commitment to bolster the development and deployment of energy efficient technologies in military systems is a welcome one.
  • Research and Development

    August 2022

    Emerging Technologies Institute Marks First Birthday

    By Dr. Mark J. Lewis
    As you read this, the one-year anniversary of the official standup of the National Defense Industrial Association’s Emerging Technologies Institute is upon us. And what an eventful year it has been.
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