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Army Explores Robot Decoys & Cannon-Fired Jamming Pods

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


Sun Tzu said all warfare is based on deception. Today, that means electronic deception.

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Talisman Sabre: Land-Based Missiles Vs. China

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The Army’s experimental Multi-Domain Task Force tested new tactics for Pacific conflict, hand-in-glove with the Marines, Air Force, and Australians.

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Israelis Invest In New Artillery: ATMOS Mobile Howitzer

Posted by Arie Egozi on


The IDF plans to replace hundreds of aging American M109s with Elbit’s ATMOS, which is 50 percent made in the US.

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Army Moves Out On Lasers, Hypersonics: Lt. Gen. Thurgood

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“You want to kill a swarm of things — whatever that thing is — lasers are not really a swarm-killing tool. They can kill things fast, but they can’t kill a swarm of things fast enough.”

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Multi-Domain Networks: The Army, The Allies & AI

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


Even with Australia, one of our closest allies, it can be hard to share data. And the Army’s future war plans require seamless network coordination with the other US services and foreign allies.

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Army Sets 2023 Hypersonic Flight Test; Strategic Cannon Advances

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To take out Russian and Chinese targets from a thousand miles away, the US Army wants two very different weapons: a hypersonic missile and a giant cannon.

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Army ‘Big Six’ Ramp Up in 2021: Learning From FCS

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


All told, the Army’s investing $57 billion in modernization over five years — but it wants to take time to test new technologies before it commits to them.

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BAE Gets $873M For AMPVs, Spelling The End of The ‘Aluminum Coffin’ M113

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


In Iraq, M113 variants were deemed too vulnerable to roadside bombs and confined to base. But in a fast-moving mechanized war in Eastern Europe, the armored brigades would need support vehicles that stand a chance against Russian firepower.

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Artificial Intelligence: Are We Losing The Race?

Posted by Colin Clark on


“I think Russia and China are in a better position than we are at the moment on Artificial Intelligence,” Sen. Sen. James Inhofe said. I asked if he would press hard for more money. Answer: “To me, there are other things that need to be done first.”

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Hack, Jam, Sense & Shoot: Army Creates 1st Multi-Domain Unit

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A new Army unit will hack and jam enemy networks and provide targeting data for both long-range missiles and missile defense.

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