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SIGNAL Magazine

Happy Holidays!

December 24, 2009
By Beverly Schaeffer

SIGNAL Magazine and AFCEA wish everyone a wonderful and happy holiday!

Night Vision Sees New Day Dawning

December 9, 2009
By Beverly Schaeffer

Next-generation night vision goggles look to provide the U.S. Army with greater visibility in all atmospheric conditions.

Happy Thanksgiving!

November 26, 2009
By Beverly Schaeffer

SIGNAL Magazine and AFCEA wish everyone a happy Thanksgiving!

The Cellular Battlefield: You CAN Hear Me Now

November 24, 2009
By Beverly Schaeffer

Cell phones now take their place on the battlefield, thanks to a new system that lets warfighters stay successfully and securely connected.

In Honor of Veterans Day

November 11, 2009
By Beverly Schaeffer

SIGNAL Magazine and AFCEA International thank all veterans and service members for their sacrifice.

U.S. Forces Korea Embraces Web 2.0 for C2

October 26, 2009
By Beverly Schaeffer

U.S. Forces Korea is recognizing the benefits of Web 2.0 capabilities and is using them to transform its decision-making processes.

Twitter Is Mission Critical, Redux

October 9, 2009
By Beverly Schaeffer

The defense sector is all a-Twitter about this and other social media platforms, with many organizations restricting how and if their employees can access the tools during working hours.

U.S. Joint Task Force, Philippine Forces Collaborate to Fight Terrorism

October 6, 2009
By Katie Packard

The Armed Forces of the Philippines and the Joint Special Operations Task Force-Philippines have teamed up to stop terrorist activities and to improve the quality of life for Philippine citizens.

SIGNAL Wins APEX Awards

August 7, 2009
By Beverly Schaeffer

SIGNAL Magazine has won three APEX 2009 Awards for Publication Excellence.

Just Say Yes!

July 13, 2009
By H. Mosher

As Christopher Dorobek notes in this month's Incoming column, the role for federal CIOs is changing. There's been a lot of conversation about culture needing to change to get out of this "two-point-NO" mindset that many CIOs have. Our question for you is how does that change happen? How can we shape the culture so that government IT leaders can say "yes" to technology more often?

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