Implementing a new strategic doctrine will require a new way of doing business. The Air-Sea Battle offers more than just battlespace changes.
Many potential adversaries have seen how the U.S. military wins conflicts by building up forces in theater before striking. Now, the United States aims to counter their counter.
Acquiring the new technologies needed for the force to meet its mission requirements calls for a new way of doing business. How it is achieved remains to be determined.
A consumer search engine is accomplishing what governments have not: mapping the ocean floor in detail and tracking all ships plying its waters.
Every man a spy: camera-equipped consumers have transformed the world into a goldfish bowl. Intelligence services may be able to learn nearly everything they need to know from open source information.
Could the Joint Information Environment (JIE) hold the key to successful cyber operations? It may hold the best hope for real-time cyber situational awareness.
Individual nations are entering into bilateral agreements with the Afghan government to provide various forms of in-country support for many years after their combat troops end their fight.
It's not only the supporting foreign military forces that are surprised at the success of missions led by the Afghan Army; it's also the Afghan military itself.
UAVs need to get smarter for autonomy and data filtering. However, they still will need some kind of guidance.
The same networks that empower U.S. forces could be their Achilles' heel if troops lose their ability to operate without them. The JCS chairman warns that U.S. forces must train to operate without their vaunted information technologies.