Tag Archives: DoD

Ensuring Trauma-Critical Connectivity

From Combat & Casualty Care, Q1 2019 Issue

The U.S. Army’s newest medical communication device, the Medical Hands-free Unified Broadcast, or MEDHUB, is poised to enhance the fluidity of field trauma care, from point of injury assessment to accelerated evacuation.

By Carey Phillips, USAMMDA

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Improving Aircraft Performance and Reducing Life-Cycle Costs

From Armor & Mobility, August 2018 Issue

With its C-5M engine’s record-setting history and other industry achievements, GE Aviation has delivered effective capabilities for Warfighters through its sustaining, upgrading, and re-engining efforts. 

Interview with Karl Sheldon

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Shaping Modernization to Address Autonomy in Force Capability

From Armor & Mobility, May/June 2018 Issue

Stuart Hatfield
Robotics Branch Chief
Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8
Department of the Army

Mr. Stuart Hatfield is the Robotics Branch Chief for the Deputy Chief of Staff, G-8, Department of the Army in the Pentagon. He manages the U.S. Army’s $1.6 billion Robotics modernization portfolio, including resources and requirements for ground Robotics and Autonomous Systems (RAS), Small Unmanned Aerial Systems (UAS), and Soldier Power Systems. He is the Army Staff lead integrator for Robotics, and he co-chairs the Joint Staff Unmanned Ground Systems Integrated Product Team to synchronize concepts, requirements, resources, technology, and standards for RAS across the Department of Defense. He was honored by the National Defense Industrial Association as the 2012 Ground Robotics Champion.

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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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Modernizing Energy Infrastructure

From Armor & Mobility May/June 2017 Issue

U.S. Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) Energy recently awarded the Air Force’s largest energy savings performance contract for the Oklahoma City Air Logistics Complex, Tinker Air Force Base, Oklahoma. Contract work will modernize 60 buildings and help reduce energy usage at the complex by 35 percent, simultaneously supporting the Air Force’s new Energy Flight Plan, a long-term vision to enhance mission assurance through energy assurance.

By Elizabeth Stoeckmann, DLA Energy Public Affairs

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