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  • Navy News

    February 2023

    Congress Delivers a ‘Ship-Shape’ Allocation for Navy

    By Chris Sax
    On Dec. 23, Congress sent the National Defense Authorization Act to the president’s desk for signature.
  • Manufacturing

    January 2023

    Additive Manufacturing Can Revolutionize Industry

    By Kristen Falconi
    Also known as 3D printing, additive manufacturing is increasingly becoming integrated in the U.S. military and has a growing influence in the defense industrial base.
  • Armaments

    November 2022

    The Precarious State of U.S. Defense Stockpiles (UPDATED)

    By Chris Laudati
    The war in Ukraine has left U.S. defense stockpiles significantly depleted. Current inventories do not undergird a national security strategy that continues to support Ukraine while retaining the ability to assist Taiwan in the event of a Chinese invasion.
  • Air Power

    November 2022

    Transitioning from Human Pilots to Drones

    By David Winter
    While promoting unmanned aerial vehicles, the United States continues to invest substantial resources in manned aircraft to ensure continued air superiority.
  • Manufacturing

    October 2022

    Semiconductor Industry Needs More Than CHIPS Act to Succeed

    By Emily Ashbridge
    While the CHIPS Act is a significant step in strengthening supply chain security, U.S. capacity to manufacture chips faces an unexpected barrier: human capital.
  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    September 2022

    Commercial Drone Tech Proliferates in Ukraine

    By Hana Moumen
    The Ukraine war has intensified the use of commercial drones, giving the nation an unforeseen opportunity to counter Russian aggression. As a result, drones and their complementary equipment have become among the most sought-after technologies in 2022.
  • Government Policy

    August 2022

    Tech Regulations Through a National Security Lens

    By Kelsey J. Canfield
    Throughout Washington, D.C., there has been much discussion regarding the need for regulations and antitrust enforcement on large tech companies.
  • Global Defense Market

    June 2022

    Quad Needs U.S. Tech to Secure Indo-Pacific

    By Jeff Goldberg
    President Joe Biden in May embarked on one of the most high-profile and consequential diplomatic trips of his administration.
  • Infotech

    June 2022

    With CHIPS Down, SEMATECH Gets Second Look

    By Robert Van Steenburg
    Congress is currently considering an investment of more than $50 billion in the semiconductor industry through the Creating Helpful Incentives to Produce Semiconductors (CHIPS) for America Act.
  • 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.
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