Being Number Two Will Not Do for Information Dominance
The U.S. Navy is on a course designed to rule the information arena.
NGEN Bidders Offer Continuity With Change
The program may be revolutionary, but its product is evolutionary.
Navy Lab Bridges the Research Bench and the Fleet
A new facility allows scientists to test innovations for autonomous and unmanned systems.
New Ships Sail in the Persian Gulf
Through a foreign military sales program that sends ocean vessels to Iraq, U.S. officials hope to facilitate stability in the area.
Technologies Advance the Art of Antenna Science
U.S. Air Force researchers use 3-D printers and other cutting-edge concepts to create the next innovations.
Researchers Whip up Antenna Technology
U.S. Army officials seek to replace the commonly used device.
Antenna Experiments Yield Military Benefits
Academic investigations are establishing the future of transmission technology for troops and civilians.
Multi-Antenna Research Overcomes Frequency Shortages
Beamforming could help increase capacity of cellphone networks to meet the demands of data-hungry smartphones and tablets.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Laboratory Research Twists Antenna Technology
Scientists bend, not break, the laws of physics.
Project Arizona, the CIA and the Raising of the K-129
Reviewed by Dr. R. Norris Keeler; book by Norman Polmar and Michael White.
Intelligence Concerns Shift on Both Sides of the Atlantic
Similarities outnumber differences as allies compare challenges.
In This Period of Change and Challenge, Engagement Is Key