Army Aviation Warfare: MUM-T to Advanced Teaming

From Armor & Mobility, May/June 2018 Issue

With recent decades of U.S. combat force engagement on multiple continents, the nature of warfare remains steadfast while its character continues to evolve. Nowhere is that change more evident than in the application of technology to gain and exploit advantage over an adversary.

By COL Paul A. Cravey, TRADOC Capability Manager for Reconnaissance and Attack, and COL Erskine R. “Ramsey” Bentley, TRADOC Capability Manager for Future Vertical Lift, U.S. Army Aviation Center of Excellence, Fort Rucker, AL

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Full Life-cycle Management through Seamless Development

From Armor & Mobility, May/June 2018 Issue

U.S. Special Operations Command’s Office of SOF Acquisition, Technology & Logistics, led by Acquisition Executive James Smith, is charged with maximizing a $7 billion budget to ensure that everything from armor protection to ammunition to land, air and marine mobile platforms, both manned and unmanned, enables operator mission success.

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Joint Coordination for Regional Response

From Security & Border and CST & CBRNE, Spring 2018 Issue

The 9th Weapons of Mass Destruction-Civil Support Team (WMD-CST), California National Guard (CNG), is focused on continued development of its enhanced capability for maritime domain and Joint Hazard Assessment Team (JHAT) Operations.

By Lt. Col. Neal Rodak, Commander, 9th WMD-CST

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Advancing Squad-Level Mobility

From Armor & Mobility, May/June 2018 Issue

U.S. Army Program Executive Office Combat Systems and Combat Service Support (PEO CS&CSS) is leveraging Other Transactional Authority (OTA), technical demonstrations, and Soldier feedback to speed acquisition of the Army’s new Squad Multipurpose Equipment Transport (SMET) robotic ‘mule.’

By Program Executive Office Combat Support & Combat Service Support

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Redefining SOF Surgical Support to Meet Joint Force Demand

From Combat and Casualty Care, Spring 2018 Issue

United States Special Operations Command (USSOCOM) missions have maintained global distribution into many isolated areas of the world. The regions that these missions are conducted in often have little to no infrastructure to support requirements for Damage Control Surgery (DCS) or Damage Control Resuscitation (DCR).

By CAPT Scott A. Cota, Command Surgeon, USSOCOM

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Enhancing the Army’s Network to “Fight Tonight”

From Armor & Mobility, March/April 2018 Issue

By Paul D. Mehney, Director of Public Communications, U.S. Army Program Executive Office Command, Control, Communications – Tactical (PEO C3T) and Justin Eimers, Public Affairs Specialist, PEO C3T

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