The U.S Central Command (CENTCOM) area of responsibility is more tumultuous than ever, and the military leaders overseeing U.S. efforts there actively work to mitigate the major disruptive factors.
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Markets in the United States and Europe are down, but plenty of places around the globe are still eager to buy from defense contractors, and those companies that want to be of value to the U.S. Defense Department need to sell worldwide.
Competitors in the PlugFest at TechNet Land Forces South learned their rankings in a special ceremony today.
Reconstruction efforts can make the difference between whether military forces return to a country after leaving or industry moves in to build up an economy.
Unless the U.S. military starts moving toward a cloud and consolidates services, it never will place a network in the field. Brig. Gen. Lawrence Wayne Brock III, USAR, deputy commanding general, 335th Signal Command (Theater), made that statement during his discussion about successes, challenges and the way ahead for in-theater communications at TechNet Land Forces South in Tampa, Florida.
Mobility is the major game-changing trend over the course of the next five years, but securing it will pose a range of challenges. Members of the industry panel today at TechNet Land Forces South in Tampa, Florida, brought out their crystal balls to forecast the communications landscape five years from now and how the defense industry can prepare for the upcoming changes.
Priorites and acquistion methods are shifting for the U.S. Army chief information officer/G-6. Industry should be ready for new requests for proposal.
The former C-6 of Regional Command Southwest took home some valuabe lessons learned and has suggestions for future coalition/interagency environments.
The vice commander of U.S Special Operations Command discusses how special operations and key technology assets fit into the future of warfighting under upcoming budget cuts.
The military and law enforcement are using new technology to do their jobs and work together better. Unfortunately, so are the bad guys.
The chief information officer of U.S Special Operations Command outlines challenges, what keeps him awake at night and how the private sector can help.