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April 23, 2019 | Source: Marine Times, Shawn Snow, 17 April 2019
New Changes Will See Marine Grunts Humping Farther Distances While Testing Combat Effectiveness
In September 2018, the Commandant of the Marine Corps Gen. Robert B. Neller directed that various Marine Corps units incorporate forced marches into combat readiness evaluations...
April 9, 2019 | Source: Military Times, Tara Copp and Stephen Losey, 1 March 2019
DoD Is Rethinking What Defines a Major Aviation Accident
The Pentagon is considering revisions to the dollar amounts and damage levels that qualify an aircraft accident as a major mishap to better reflect the expense of repairing...
November 19, 2018 | Source: TCT Magazine, tctmagazine.com, Sam Davies, 14 June 2018
Work Begins on U.S. Air Force Research Into Flaw Formation in Powder Bed Fusion Processes
Work has begun on a $1.4 million project under the Maturation of Advanced Manufacturing for Low-Cost Sustainment (MAMLS) program funded by the Air Force Research Laboratory (AFRL...
November 5, 2018 | Source: Defense News, defensenews.com, Robert Guerrero, USAF Deputy Assistant Secretary for Operational Energy, 25 October 2018
Operational Energy Data is the New Weapon of the U.S. Air Force
Wait — flying faster actually saves fuel? That was my first reaction when my team presented the results of its fuel analysis for a transoceanic mission made up of six F-22 Raptors...
October 22, 2018 | Source: Stars and Stripes, stripes.com, 26 June 2018, Aaron Gregg
Army to Use Artificial Intelligence to Predict Which Vehicles Will Break Down
The U.S. Army is turning to a little-known tech start-up to automate the job of an equipment technician: It will employ artificial intelligence to flag failing vehicle parts...
September 10, 2018 | Source: Army Technology, army-technology.com, 15 August 2018, Andrew Tunnicliffe
The US Army’s Big Six and the Future of Autonomous Warfare
The US Army’s Big Six modernisation programme is beginning to take shape, with autonomy very much at the fore. But how much artificial intelligence can we expect and what impact...
March 29, 2018 | Source: Military.Com, 21 March 2018, Matthew Cox
Marines Already Revamping Close Combat Ahead of Mattis' Initiative
A senior Marine Corps leader told Congress recently that the service is already "in line" with Defense Secretary Jim Mattis' effort to make U.S. ground forces more lethal in close...
March 12, 2018 | Source: National Defense, nationaldefensemagazine.org, 25 January 2018, Connie Lee
Improving Aviation Readiness is 'Most Challenging' for Marine Corps, Commandant Says
The Marine Corps is working to address severe aviation readiness problems that have been blamed for multiple crashes and emergencies, the service's commandant said Jan. 25...
February 26, 2018 | Source: Real Clear Defense, realcleardefense.com, 9 January 2018, Thomas S. Rowden
Surface Forces Refocused: Seeking Balance in Readiness Production and Consumption
Two essential processes are at work in today’s surface force: the production of readiness and the consumption of readiness. No matter where a ship is homeported, she is either...
January 1, 2018 | Source: Military & Aerospace Electronics, militaryaerospace.com, 1 November 2017, Courtney Howard
Building Readiness Through Test and Measurement
Rapidly advancing technologies and emerging threats are driving increased investment in modern test and measurement tools. Military and aerospace organizations focus on building...