(Marine Corps Times) The concept that set the Marine Corps apart from the other services decades ago, the one that has sold the its particular way of warfare on for generations of Marines, is no longer untouchable.
(C4ISRNET) The cat-and-mouse nature of electronic warfare means systems need to always be up to date, but the Pentagon’s acquisition authorities don’t always allow for the Department of Defense to move fast enough, a senior acquisition official said Oct. 28.
(Defense News) From a new open systems architecture to longer range strike capabilities, get a look at what's coming to the Army's helicopters.
What exactly does ‘left of conflict mean’?
(Defense News) Lt. Gen. Eric Wesley explains what the phrase "left of conflict" means--especially as the Army preps for a future conflict.
What is the next generation of short range air defense?
(Defense News) Get a look at the Army's efforts to develop short range air defense for the maneuver force.