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  • Cyber

    April 2022

    U.S. Can’t Wait Any Longer for a Cyber Force

    By Jacob Winn
    In 1947, the United States acknowledged that air power had fundamentally changed warfare by creating the Department of the Air Force.
  • Defense Department

    March 2022

    U.S. Must Ready Defense Industrial Base to Aid NATO

    By Thomas Low
    People across the globe have witnessed first-hand Russia’s renewed aggression towards Ukraine, a conflict resulting in the largest land war in Europe since World War II.
  • Defense Contracting

    March 2022

    Professional Development Key to Industrial Base

    By Sandra Hubbard , Chris Sax and Jacob Winn
    When analyzing the most pressing issues that impact the defense industrial base, continuing education is often overlooked.
  • Shipbuilding

    January 2022

    Improving the Shipbuilding Industrial Base

    By Heberto Limas-Villers
    In the 2022 National Defense Authorization Act, Congress authorized $4.9 billion in funding for Arleigh Burke-class destroyers and an additional $4.7 billion for shipbuilding to include two destroyers, two expeditionary transports and a fleet oiler.
  • Defense Department

    January 2022

    Annual Vital Signs Report Increasingly Useful (UPDATED)

    By Nick Jones
    NDIA’s third annual Vital Signs report seeks to provide a measurement of defense industrial base well being ...
  • Defense Department

    November 2021

    Generals Can’t Fight the Last Pandemic

    By Danyale C. Kellogg
    The early 2020 episode of the USS Theodore Roosevelt ...
  • Emerging Technologies

    October 2021

    Hypersonic Weapons - Identifying a Way Forward

    By Andrew Senesac
    Hypersonic weapons cover great distances quickly, ...
  • Strategic Weapons

    September 2021

    Building a 21st Century Nuclear Posture

    By Michael Johns Jr.
    In August, the Pentagon began its Nuclear Posture Review ...
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    August 2021

    AI, Commercial Firms Key to Future of GEOINT

    By Nicholas Lapinski
    The United States relies on its constellations of spy satellites to provide decisionmakers with critical information and data. But why should taxpayers fund advances in collection capabilities if the United States cannot process, exploit and disseminate all of the raw data it already has?
  • Energy

    July 2021

    Energy Policies to Impact Defense Contractors

    By Nick Jones
    “Is it going to work?” my wife asked me when I went to plug in my electric vehicle for the first time. “Yes, of course it will work,” I remember saying, only slightly masking my nervousness that by plugging my car into the wall some unforeseen damage might occur.
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