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The Army Brief
January 26, 2024

In a first, Army uses Slack-style battlefield software to coordinate field exercises
By Sam Skove

The ATAK app enables soldiers to mark enemies and send texts—just as their Ukrainian counterparts are doing.

How one Army unit uses cheap drones and ChatGPT to train others in modern warfare
By Sam Skove

Some lessons are basic: don't name your field HQ's WiFi "command post."


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Drones, armor lead new efforts by Ukraine's foreign backers
By Lauren C. Williams

The Pentagon-led Ukrainian Defense Contact Group seeks to keep Kyiv "ahead of the curve."

In Norway, young people compete to serve in the military
By Elisabeth Braw

Other countries mulling wider national service plans should learn about the Norwegian model.

The Pentagon's latest connect-everything experiment shows progress, chief says
By Lauren C. Williams

December's JADC2 experiment produced "a new set of connections across multiple data fabrics and applications," said DOD's deputy chief data and artificial intelligence officer.


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