November 2015


SIGNAL November 2015ASIA-PACIFIC
New Partnerships Dominate Pacific Command Agenda
    As threats in the Asia-Pacific region increase, cooperation grows among diverse nations.

Information Flows at Pacific Command’s Synchronization Hub
    The chief information office implements innovative initiatives for interoperability.

China Develops Aircraft Carrier Group Leader
    A large hull under construction may be the vanguard of a carrier fleet escort.

CYBER
Cross-Training Empowers Cyber Experts
    Security professionals are taught it takes an online thief to catch an online thief.

ELECTRONIC WARFARE
Invisible Touch in the Battlespace
    Warfighters avoid detection and destruction using electronic warfare, which could alter conflicts in cyberspace.

ACADEMIA LABS
Materials Research Aims to Cool It
    Georgia Tech is set to open its new Heat Lab to address energy solutions.

Bullet-Shredding Metal Foam Poised for Market
    Researchers prepare to commercialize material with wide-ranging military and commercial potential.

Training Tomorrow’s Cyber Gurus
    Several programs entice youths to learn about cybersecurity.

SENSORS
Versatile LiDAR Still Needs to Grow Up
    The popular technology has yet to reach its full potential.

COMMUNICATIONS
There's an App for That Radio
    Waveform "apps" easily connect soldiers' radios to the U.S. Army network.

DISRUPTIVE BY DESIGN
How to Evolve Federal Cloud Security

PRESIDENT'S COMMENTARY
Nothing Placid About the Pacific

ASSOCIATION FEATURE
Diverse Threats Challenge U.S. Intelligence Community

AFCEA EDUCATIONAL ACTIVITIES
AFCEA Small-Business Member Announces STEM Scholarship

INCOMING
The Peril and Promise of the Cables at the Bottom of the Oceans