Armor & Mobility

The June 2020 issue of Armor & Mobility delves into challenges facing today’s U.S, Special Operations Forces (SOF) from the sustainability of force investments to countering violent extremism, state level and below.

 

Features include:

  • Defense Logistics Agency efforts to deliver more than $920 million in lifesaving supplies and equipment in support of U.S. COVID-19 response across the nation
  • Exclusive interview with GEN Richard Clarke, Commander, U.S. Special Operations Command, on USSOCOM efforts to support 2018 National Defense Strategy future mandates
  • COL Warren Sponsler, Chief of Staff, Next Generation Combat Vehicle Cross Functional Team, U.S. Army Futures Command, on manned and unmanned ground combat power projection
  • COL Ryan Barnes, Director, Joint Acquisition Task Force (JATF), on USSOCOM procurement efforts including Hyper-Enabled Operator (HEO) coupling situational awareness with data distillation
  • Program Executive Officer-Fixed Wing Col. Melissa Johnson discusses upgrades to intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance (ISR) proficiency across all platforms
  • Program Executive Officer-Rotary Wing COL Paul Weizer discusses systems sustainment in preparation for SOF rotary evolution to Future Vertical Lift (FVL)
  • Lt. Col. Raymond Feltham, Director, Family of Special Operations Vehicles (FOSOV), on light, medium, and heavy portfolios, and Lightweight Tactical All-Terrain Vehicle (LTATV)
  • Industry Partner spotlighting a world leader in remote weapons station (RWS) production introducing a RWS capable of firing heavy machine gun on the move, over long range
  • Industry Perspective from a respected supplier of tactical communications systems introducing the first ever ATAK Plug-in family of radios

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