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Innovation Key to Matching Clever Foes

December 2005
By Henry S. Kenyon

The United States and its allies face adaptable enemies in the ongoing war against terrorism and religious extremism. Finding solutions to counter these threats was the focus of a symposium that brought together experts from the military, government agencies and the commercial sector.

NATO Looks to Industry

November 2005
By Cdre. Robert Howell, RN (Ret.)

Transformation will be essential to NATO's new missions in the post-Cold-War global war on terror, according to the alliance's leadership. And, as in the United States, government and industry will need to partner to achieve the individual goals that must be reached for that transformation to succeed.

Panelists Explore Network Centricity's Many Facets

August 2005
By Maryann Lawlor, Jeff Hawk and Henry S. Kenyon

The role of networks in various environments was the topic of discussions

International Leaders Call for Strategies and Changes That Support a Stronger NATO

August 2005
By Cmdre. Robert Howell, RN (Ret.)

Better intelligence and information management are key elements of a NATO

Experts Discuss Need for Speed in Communications, Acquisition

August 2005
By Maryann Lawlor

Homeland defense initiatives and the global war on terrorism are reshaping

Tough Love Greets Military Transformers

August 2005
By Jeff Hawk

The defense community's annual transformation-focused meeting offered

Experts Zero In On Information Sharing

June 2005
By SIGNAL Staff

Defeating terrorism will require close coalition coordination, especially for information garnered in the network-centric battlespace. Being able to provide accurate intelligence rapidly to the right coalition forces may prove to be a key element in winning the war on terror.

Thursday, May 19, 2005

May 2005
By Robert K. Ackerman

The third and final day of TechNet International 2005, AFCEA International's annual conference and exposition running May 17-19 at the Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C., included topical panels and a small business opportunity workshop. But the day's big event was what has become an annual feature at the show-the J-6 panel. The dominant topic discussed in that panel was information assurance and security, but many other issues emerged during the session.

Wednesday, May 18, 2005

May 2005
By Robert K. Ackerman

TechNet International 2005, AFCEA International's annual three-day conference and exposition being held May 17-19 at the Washington Convention Center in Washington D.C., began its second day with a dynamic address by one of the most recognized people in the United States. Rudy Giuliani, the former mayor of New York City who helped lead his hometown-and the nation-in recovery after the September 11, 2001 terrorist attacks, opened the Wednesday slate of events with the morning plenary address.

Tuesday, May 17, 2005

May 2005
By Robert K. Ackerman

TechNet International 2005, AFCEA International's annual conference and exposition in Washington D.C., began with a full slate of events to inaugurate three days of conferences, speakers, panels and courses. Being held May 17-19 at the Washington Convention Center, this year's event is titled "Network-Centric Operations: Balancing Speed and Agility With Security."

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