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  • 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.
  • Global Defense Market

    July 2022

    Thoughts on Ukraine as the Conflict Grinds On

    By Nick Jones
    As I sat in my basement Feb. 24 watching live television coverage of Russian tanks roll into Ukraine, I thought the Russia-Ukraine War would be over within a few weeks, at most.
  • Defense Department

    June 2022

    Leadership, Opportunity and Optimism

    By David L. Norquist
    As I begin my leadership of one of America’s strongest defense associations, I am excited to work with fellow National Defense Industrial Association members and other stakeholders within the innovative defense industrial base in supporting the nation and defending our freedom.
  • Defense Department

    May 2022

    A Steady Path Forward for the Association

    By Arnold L. Punaro
    Today, we face a more dangerous and unstable world than at the peak of the Cold War.
  • Defense Department

    April 2022

    NDIA’s Future: A Hawk’s Eye View

    By Hawk  Carlisle
    As I depart the National Defense Industrial Association, I’m incredibly proud of all it has accomplished during the past five years.
  • Defense Department

    March 2022

    Women Sustaining the Tradition of Service

    By Hailey Matarese and Rachel A. McCaffrey
    Women serve. Throughout history, women have impacted combat and contingencies in many ways, as they worked to support their nations and their families.
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