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August 14, 2017 | Source: New Atlas; By: Rich Haridy
Deployment of Weaponized Artificial Intelligence and the “Terminator Conundrum”
Earlier this month, the Russian weapons manufacturer Kalashnikov Group made a low-key announcement with frightening implications. The company revealed it had developed a range of...
August 14, 2017 | Source: National Defense, nationaldefensemagazine.org, 1 August 2017, Henry Kenyon
Interceptor Test May Push Missile Defense Forward
The Missile Defense Agency in its long-time quest to shoot down intercontinental ballistic missiles scored a success May 30 when the ground-based mid-course defense system’s kill...
July 17, 2017 | Source: Aviation Week, aviationweek.com, 20 June 2017, Guy Norris
Technology to Meet Hypersonic Threats Requires Sustained Funding, National Sense of Urgency
As China and Russia continue to demonstrate rapid progress in development of hypersonic strike weapons, the U.S.’s largest guided-missile company says technology to counter the...
June 22, 2017 | Source: Military.com, 21 June 2017, Matthew Cox
Army Tanks Slowly Going Green in Europe
After years of combat in the Middle East, the U.S. Army still clings to its desert-colored M1 Abrams tanks and combat vehicles. This became a challenge for Lt. Gen. Ben Hodges,...
Survivability and Vulnerability
June 19, 2017 | Source: Air Force Magazine, airforcemag.com, April 2017, Wilson Brisset
NORAD’s Next Evolution
Air defense was focused on the Russians. Then it was terrorists. Now it is both. NORAD’s mission fundamentally shifted after Sept. 11, 2001, to address the threat of asymmetric...
Survivability and Vulnerability
May 8, 2017 | Source: The National Interest, nationalinterest.org, 5 March 2017, Bleda Kurtdarcan and Barın Kayaoğlu
Russia, Turkey and the Black Sea A2/AD Arms Race
While the Chinese A2/AD “bubble” in the South China Sea gives headaches to the United States and its allies in the Asia-Pacific region, further to the north, the newest Russian “...
April 24, 2017 | Source: The National Interest, nationalinterest.org, 2 March 2017, Dave Majumdar
Can China and Russia Make U.S. Aircraft Carriers Obsolete?
The United States Navy is absolutely confident in the ability of its aircraft carriers and carrier air wings to fly and fight within zones defended by so-called anti-access/area...
April 18, 2017 | Source: DoD Live, dodlive.mil, 14 April 2017, Shannon Collins
What to Know About the GBU-43/B, ‘Mother of All Bombs’
The “Mother of All Bombs,” the GBU-43/B Massive Ordnance Air Blast, is the most powerful non-nuclear weapon in America’s arsenal, and it was used for the first time in combat on...
March 13, 2017 | Source: Physics Today, Politics & Policy, physicstoday.scitation.org, 22 February 2017, David Kramer
Military Science Panel Urges Research on Low-Yield Nuclear Weapons
A US Department of Defense scientific advisory board has called on the Trump administration to rebuild the country’s nuclear weapons infrastructure and modernize its nuclear...
January 16, 2017 | Source: U.S. Naval Institute; Admiral James Stavridis, U.S. Navy (Retired)
Maritime Hybrid Warfare Is Coming
On a summer’s evening in the sweltering South China Sea, a coastal steamer of nearly 2,000 tons approaches a Vietnamese fishing fleet in the exclusive economic zone of Vietnam,...