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Hypersonics: Lockheed Says Supply Chain Is ‘The Test’

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The hard part is no longer the technology to fly at more than Mach 5: It’s putting together all the parts to build hypersonic missiles in bulk.

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Carter Ham On AUSA 2019 & What’s At Stake For The Army

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“The last few years have been quite good for the association’s annual meeting and for the Army,” the AUSA president told us, but “I’m very, very worried” about the 2020 budget.

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Beyond INF: An Affordable Arsenal Of Long-Range Missiles?

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The US could develop more than a dozen different land-based weapons for $7 to $12 billion, thinktank CSBA estimates.

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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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Failure IS An Option: Army Gen. Murray

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The Army must take risks to modernize, the Futures Command chief said, and the modernization effort will survive the inevitable failures along the way.

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Army’s Multi-Domain Unit ‘A Game-Changer’ In Future War

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But modernizing the Army will take decades and tough decisions about everything from online propaganda to the National Guard.

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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

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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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Artificial Intelligence: Are We Losing The Race?

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“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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Army R&D Chief: ‘I Don’t Think We Went Far Enough’ – But Futures Command Can

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For Maj. Gen. Cedric Wins, when the organization he’s led for 31 months changed its name, its mission, and the four-star headquarters it works for, it finally found the answer to a question it – and the entire Army – have been struggling with for at least 16 years.

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