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U.S. Navy Tests New Submarine-Hunting Drone Ship

April 17, 2015 • In the News • Original: CNN

Atlanta (CNN) – Silently moving deep beneath the ocean’s surface, combat submarines can employ the element of surprise to carry out devastating attacks on naval fleets and land targets. For…

For Navy Shipbuilders, It’s Invest-or-Die Time

April 16, 2015 • In the News • Original: National Defense Magazine

Before it won a contract to build the Navy’s new hovercraft, Textron poured $45 million worth of manufacturing robots and other upgrades into its Louisiana shipyard. “We spent our own…

The Pentagon Says This Man Can Fix Its Personnel System

April 16, 2015 • In the News • Original: Defense One

It’s not the highest-profile office within the Pentagon but it has outsized influence on the nearly 3 million troops who serve. It’s the Office of Personnel and Readiness, or P&R,…

What is the Future of Naval Warfare?

April 15, 2015 • In the News • Original: The Diplomat

A new study by the Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments (CSBA) tries to sketch out the future of naval warfare and how it is impacted by the growing dissemination…

CSBA Study Finds Large, Long-Range Aircraft Would Do Better In Combat

April 15, 2015 • In the News • Original: Inside Defense

A future fighter aircraft is likely to need more range and payload than speed and agility as countries like Russia, China and Iran invest in long-range air defenses that can…