Intelligence Leaders Seek Common Interests With China
Chinese officials may participate in a major intelligence chiefs forum next year.
U.S. Army Pacific Aims at Refreshing Its Networks
It takes flexibility to support the Defense Department’s Asia-Pacific strategic pivot.
Korean Military Networks Flourish Under Duress
Wartime conditions and lessons are everyday events in the peninsula.
Pacific Air Forces Addresses Strategic Rebalance
The leadership sets guidance for airmen in the Asia-Pacific region so implementation of the power shift pays positive dividends.
NATO Priorities, Post Afghanistan
Transforming the alliance will take a personal touch even in technical areas.
Smartphones Help Push Network to Dismounted Soldier
Communication to the lowest echelons is a reality, but even greater capabilities are on the way.
New Tactical Computers Offer Battlefield Flexibility
A vehicle-mounted system saves space and weight while running a variety of Army command and control applications.
Ground Combat Vehicles to Gain Common Technology Architecture
In-vehicle networking will incorporate new technologies and reduce unique components.
RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT
Multispectral Camera System to Provide Soldiers With Enhanced Night Vision
Small cameras use smartphone technology to fuse data into high-resolution color images.
The Failing of Air Force Cyber
Organizational missteps have left the service ill-suited for the digital realm.
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Kenneth P. Rapuano
In terms of homeland security resilience, how do we navigate the path from theory to practical application?