The service is grappling with how to operationalize the approach.
Defense Operations Blog
The Army is interested in microsatellites, dynamic spectrum, ground-based GPS alternatives, AI, machine learning and robotics.
Contact-free fingerprint, facial recognition and iris detection capabilities will be assessed for about 30 days.
Replacing older maritime assets must be teamed with a host of new capabilities and doctrines.
Money alone can't buy modernization as the sea services confront a range of internal and external challenges.
Powered by AI, hyperwar will change the conflict equation.
The U.S. military finds itself challenged by peers and near-peers.
Neither war nor peace, conflict still reigns in this vague realm.
The U.S. Marine Corps is charging into the future at full speed.
The U.S. National Defense Strategy provides a picture of the nation's challenges, but the path to solutions is not so clear.
China poses a new type of challenge. The United States must develop a new type of response to meet it.
Building a new defense takes more than hardware, software and personnel. Reform is as the heart of all efforts.
The Army recently authorized an effort to address mobility issues and ensure communications hardware and mission-command application integration across platforms.
To succeed in the global digital battlefield, the Army is building multifunction teams in electronic warfare and cyber operations.
The low-cost entry to access the same technology the military uses leaves open the possibility for embedded attacks on the technology we depend on.
Technology is rapidly changing, providing opportunities as well as challenges.
Partnering with industry, academia and other innovators is essential to make a difference in the Asia-Pacific region.
Information technology’s impact on our culture is far deeper and more profound than many realize.
Collaboration is needed across various Army offices to ensure readiness.
Falling short on sustainment levels, CECOM aims to tighten the reigns to achieve readiness.