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EITaaS Provides a Foundation for DoD’s Digital Modernization

With a vision of the future, Enterprise IT as a Service builds a foundation for the DOD to achieve its digital modernization goals by taking advantage of new and emerging technologies and improving mission effectiveness.


What Can the United Nations Do About Counterterrorism?

It’s time to take a long hard look at the UN’s 20-year old counterterrorism architecture.


Defense One Radio, Ep. 89: The past, present, and future of Army vehicles

From the old M113 to the new OMFV, we review some of the more visible ground vehicle programs from the last few decades.

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A Force to be Reckoned With

How can DOD equip warfighters with relevant and up-to-date information that drives the mission forward, while bringing each branch closer to JADC2?


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Army Gets Strategic About Going Digital

Policy reforms and technology boosts are in the pipeline, military leaders confirmed.


US Navy Lists Consequences for Sailors Who Refuse COVID Vaccination

Refusers could be stripped of warfare qualifications, removed from their billet, or even dismissed from service.


AUSA Conference Wire: Financial Readiness

The Army's top enlisted soldier has plans to help troops square away their finances.


Almost Hijacked? Officials Dispute Scare Amid Ongoing Afghanistan Evac

While the chaos at HKIA is over, the effort to evacuate Afghans is not. Here’s how the U.S. is still getting people out.


Will Americans Buy into Biden’s Ambitious Domestic Terrorism Plan?

The president’s national strategy pivots the United States away from the worst practices of the war on terrorism—if law enforcement, courts, and agencies will follow.

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AUSA Conference Wire: Connect Everything

New: a weapons-testing lab just for networking. Coming up: a wargame featuring a battalion of unmanned vehicles.


Defense Firms Pitch Arms, Gear to an Army Looking for Relevance in the Pacific

On Wednesday, Lockheed Martin will attempt to fire a new weapon nearly 500 kilometers.


Catholic Troops Can Refuse COVID Vaccine, Archbishop Declares

“No one should be forced to receive a COVID-19 vaccine if it would violate the sanctity of his or her conscience,” Broglio wrote.