TechNet Land Forces Southwest 2012



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Day 1: Marine Corps Establishing One-Stop Shop for Intelligence Technologies

The U.S. Marine Corps intelligence community is establishing a governance counsel of colonels who will make some of the acquisition decisions normally made at the general officer level, unburdening the service's generals while also streamlining the process for getting intelligence technologies to the warfighters, reported Phillip Chudoba, Marine Corps assistant director of intelligence, speaking at TechNet Land Forces Southwest yesterday in Tuscon.

Day 2: Military Leaders Tackle Tough Issues

Military leaders gathered yesterday at the TechNet Land Forces conference in Tucson, Arizona, for a blunt discussion of technology challenges facing current and future forces.

Day 3: Operation M&M

Innovation ruled the third and final day of the TechNet Land Forces conference in Tucson, Arizona, with military and industry experts discussing a wide range of ways warfighters use technology to improve operational effectiveness--even if the operation is a simple search for candy.

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Operation M&M

Innovation ruled the third and final day of the TechNet Land Forces conference in Tucson, Arizona, with military and industry experts discussing a wide range of ways warfighters use technology to improve operational effectiveness--even if the operation is a simple search for candy.

Military Leaders Tackle Tough Issues

Military leaders gathered yesterday at the TechNet Land Forces conference in Tucson, Arizona, for a blunt discussion of technology challenges facing current and future forces.

Marine Corps Establishing One-Stop Shop for Intelligence Technologies

The U.S. Marine Corps intelligence community is establishing a governance counsel of colonels who will make some of the acquisition decisions normally made at the general officer level, unburdening the service’s generals while also streamlining the process for getting intelligence technologies to the warfighters, reported Phillip Chudoba, Marine Corps assistant director of intelligence, speaking at TechNet Land Forces Southwest yesterday in Tuscon.


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Operation M&M

Innovation ruled the third and final day of the TechNet Land Forces conference in Tucson, Arizona, with military and industry experts discussing a wide range of ways warfighters use technology to improve operational effectiveness--even if the operation is a simple search for candy.

Military Leaders Tackle Tough Issues

Military leaders gathered yesterday at the TechNet Land Forces conference in Tucson, Arizona, for a blunt discussion of technology challenges facing current and future forces.

Marine Corps Establishing One-Stop Shop for Intelligence Technologies

The U.S. Marine Corps intelligence community is establishing a governance counsel of colonels who will make some of the acquisition decisions normally made at the general officer level, unburdening the service’s generals while also streamlining the process for getting intelligence technologies to the warfighters, reported Phillip Chudoba, Marine Corps assistant director of intelligence, speaking at TechNet Land Forces Southwest yesterday in Tuscon.

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