Table of Contents: February 2015


SIGNAL February 2014SEA SERVICES
Navy Trains Cyberforces, Eyes Friendly Vulnerabilities
    Threats to areas outside of its control may pose the biggest challenge to the sea service.

Marine Corps Returns to Its Expeditionary Roots
    The Office of Naval Research is trawling for developing technologies to make the sea service more rapid in its mobility.

U.S. Coast Guard Modernizing Airborne Reconnaissance Fleet
    The maritime service’s massive effort mixes manned and unmanned systems.

SPACE
Antisatellite Weapons Pose Major Cyberthreat
    Both technical and human solutions must be at the ready before a space attack.

FUTURE UNMANNED SYSTEMS
Taking the Man Out of Future Unmanned Military Systems
    The Defense Department’s road map seeks a rise in machines as it plans to morph toward more autonomy.

Robotic Swarms Possess Paradigm-Shifting Potential
    Nations may race to amass autonomous systems.

Army Robotics Road Map Hits the Fast Lane
    Service leadership seeks to reach 2025 goals faster.

Battle Asset May Douse Homeland Flames
    An unmanned helicopter successful in war zone logistical missions soon could be used to extinguish wildfires.

DISRUPTIVE BY DESIGN
Saving the Air Force Cyber Community

PRESIDENT'S COMMENTARY
The Sea Services Face Changes Amid Challenges

AFCEA EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
ROTC Scholarships Honor AFCEA Leaders

INCOMING
The Most Dangerous Country in the World