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NEW WHITEPAPER: Defining an Open Systems Approach for the Defense Community

Joint Forces are coming together to fight and defeat new, more sophisticated threats. As domains become more connected across air, land, space, and cyber,...

On the Cutting Edge: U.S. Space Force 2021 Priorities

The U.S. Space Force, America’s newest branch of the military, has been busy creating a place for itself at the national defense table. Tasked...

Defense Experts Speak to Road Ahead for Project Convergence 2021

Over the last few years, the U.S. Army has been undergoing an effort to modernize many of its mission systems. Part of this effort...

How the Space Development Agency is Preparing the Warfighter for the Space Domain Fight

Space is quickly becoming a highly contested and congested domain, with allies and adversaries alike establishing their presence in the final frontier. The ability...

Warfighter Systems Summit: Advancing Lethality Through Training Technology

Perhaps the main goal of optimizing and expanding military training programs is, of course, making today’s warfighter as lethal and prepared as possible. Next...

Synthetic and Simulation Training Summit Focuses on Innovated Technologies for the Warfighter

As the pace of innovation in simulation training only accelerates, it is important for practitioners from across industry, academia, and the military to do...

VIDEO: Expediting LVC Training Integration with SLAAM

In a constantly changing threat landscape, it’s crucial for warfighters to be able to train for the next-generation fight now, so the ability to...

Hands-On with OTA Acquisitions

In my previous article, Acquiring Innovation: Rediscovering OTA Contracts, I discussed the broad benefits of Other Transaction Authority (OTA) acquisitions, specifically in the realm...

A Warfighter’s Perspective on LVC

Inside the Department of Defense, the military services, and industry, much thought and dialog is taking place in the field of Live, Virtual and Constructive (LVC) training.

A Look Back at 30 Years of Virtual Reality for Naval Postgraduate School, Modeling, Virtual Environments, and Simulation (MOVES) Institute

For the past 30 years, virtual reality has proven to be a foundational technology, one that has completely changed the way humans interact with machines, opening new doors and possibilities that are still being discovered to this day.

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Podcast: Bruce VanSkiver Explains How Industry Can Enable USAF to Accelerate and Innovate

As the Air Force Association (AFA) Aerospace Warfare Symposium kicks off, the editors of Modern Integrated Warfare connected with leaders to discuss the hot...

NEW WHITEPAPER: Defining an Open Systems Approach for the Defense Community

Joint Forces are coming together to fight and defeat new, more sophisticated threats. As domains become more connected across air, land, space, and cyber,...

AFA President Lt. Gen. (Ret.) Bruce “Orville” Wright Previews the 2021 Aerospace Warfare Symposium

This year’s Air Force Association (AFA) Aerospace Warfare Symposium is rapidly approaching. And while, like most events taking place in the thick of the...

The Evolution of Ejection Seat Criteria for Warfighter Safety

Having to eject from an aircraft is never a warfighter’s first choice, but it can be a life-saving decision that needs to be made in a split-second. The...