Collaborating at the Speed of Relevance

From Armor & Mobility, May/June 2019 Issue

The Army’s ability to operate seamlessly and swiftly across multiple domains is critical. Winning on future battlefields will demand embracing and owning battlefield complexity at speeds inconceivable even a few zeptoseconds ago.

By Dr. Shawn M. Walsh, Combat Capabilities Development Command-Army Research Laboratory

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Accelerating SOF Acquisition through Industry Partnering

Mr. James Smith
Acquisition Executive
U.S. Special Operations Command
(USSOCOM)

From Armor & Mobility, May/June 2019 Issue

James H. Smith is the Acquisition Executive, U.S. Special Operations Command, MacDill Air Force Base, Florida. He is responsible for all special operations forces acquisition, technology and logistics.

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SM-3: Adapting to the Evolving Threat

From Armor & Mobility, March/April 2019 Issue

Raytheon Company’s evolving 65 plus-year-old Standard Missile-3 is bigger, more capable, and most importantly, more versatile to address intelligent threats.

By Dr. Mitch Stevison, Vice President, Raytheon Strategic and Naval Systems

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Future Vertical Lift “Eco-System”: Modern-Battle Ready

From Armor & Mobility, March/April 2019 Issue

The U.S Army’s Future Vertical Lift (FVL) program will provide a family of vertical lift platforms that deliver next-generation capabilities and address aviation capability gaps against future peer and near-peer adversaries. All that in a survivable and lethal package.

By Lt. Col. Eddy J. Lee, Deputy Chief of Operations, Future Vertical Lift Cross-Functional Team, Army Futures Command

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DLA Strategic Materials: Promoting Home-Grown Resupply

From Armor & Mobility, March/April 2019 Issue

Since just before World War II, the U.S. has acquired and stored critical metals, minerals and agricultural supplies to reduce the nation’s dependence on foreign sources in national emergencies. To supply those materials, the Defense Logistics Agency Strategic Materials Team provides safe, secure and environmentally sound sources, working with DLA’s Information Operations Research and Development Team.

By Program Executive Office, Combat Support & Combat Service Support

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