October 2012 SIGNAL Magazine
TACTICAL INFORMATION SYSTEMS
Not Your Father's J-6
The newly reconstituted Joint Staff office is not just picking up where the previous version left off.
Tactical Communications Technology Reaches Inflection Point
Military radio experts reveal emerging trends in acquisition and technology.
Better Visibility Across the Battlefield
A key release for Blue Force Tracker brings new benefits to two theaters.
A Different Type of Self-Forming Network
People, not necessarily technology, come together in a plan to foster creativity in acquisition.
Prototype Improves Command and Control of Intelligence Data
The U.S. Air Force soon will begin installing a new system to aid intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance planning and tasking.
Managing Change in the Intelligence Community
A new computing architecture emphasizes shared resources.
Intelligence CIOs Teaming for Change
New common goals open doors for more efficient approaches to information sharing.
Writing a New Spy School Syllabus
The National Intelligence University prepares for its fifth decade with a shift in focus and a change in venue.
Global Positioning System Is a Single Point of Failure
Vulnerabilities could be addressed with upgraded LORAN.
China Ship Upgrades Enable Underwater Surveillance
Towed array technologies add new capabilities to destroyers.
Cybersecurity: So Much to Learn, So Much to Do
Mission-Focused and Effective Conferences Always Will Be in Demand