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National Defense 2018 №9
[ ] 29.08.2018, 07:34

National Defense

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Год / Месяц: 2018 / 9
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Размер: 22 mb
Язык: English

National Defense, published monthly by the National Defense Industrial Association, provides news and analysis on topics of relevance to national security government and industry professionals.

VIEWPOINTS
19 Defense Department Struggles
To Define Autonomy
There are complicated questions surrounding the use of robotic systems in military applications.
BY DAVE CHESEBROUGH AND MATT DOOLEY
21 Virtual is Real With
Electronic Systems Prototyping
It should be no surprise that testing military prototypes is time consuming and expensive.
BY STEVE CARLSON, JAMES S.B. CHEW AND
FRANK SCHIRRMEISTER
INDUSTRY PERSPECTIVE
23 Foreign Investment,
National Security Need Balanced Approach U.S. industrial base policy can support both national security and foreign investment.
BY RAANAN HOROWITZ
FEATURES
MARINE CORPS PROGRAMS
24 Marine Corps Taking
Low-Risk Approach to Amphibious Combat Vehicle
After years of “swinging for the fences” on a combat vehicle that can “swim” long distances, the Corps scales back its ambitions.
BY JON HARPER
27 Marine Corps to
Expand Drone Arsenal
The service is looking at everything from pocket-sized aircraft to systems the size of a small helicopter.
BY YASMIN TADJDEH
COVER STORY
30 New Age of Autonomous
Jet Fighters on Horizon
Robo-Jets may be flying in formation with manned aircraft by the early 2020s, experts say.
BY STEW MAGNUSON
AIR POWER
32 Foreign Partnerships Expected
For New U.K. Fighter Project
The U.K. Ministry of Defence announces an ambitious plan to field a next-generation jet fighter.
BY JON HARPER
35 Air Force Light Attack Vision
Inches Closer to Reality
After a notable setback, the service takes another step toward procuring a light attack aircraft.
BY VIVIENNE MACHI
37 Engine Upgrades, Digitization to
Keep B-52s Flying into 2050s
The Stratofortress continues to prove its worth in combat decades after the last model rolled off the assembly line.
BY VIVIENNE MACHI
HELICOPTER PROGRAMS
39 Air Force Takes Steps to
Replace Aging Hueys
Three contractors vie to build a new helicopter for nuclear missile security missions.
BY YASMIN TADJDEH
DEPARTMENTS
4 NDIA Perspective
Education Key to Keeping Strong Industrial Base
BY WESLEY HALLMAN
6 Up Front
Random facts and figures from industry and government
BY STEW MAGNUSON
8 Editor’s Notes
BY STEW MAGNUSON
10 Algorithmic Warfare
What’s coming in artificial intelligence, big data and cybersecurity
BY YASMIN TADJDEH
12 Budget Matters
Who’s funding what in Washington
BY JON HARPER
14 News Briefs
BY NATIONAL DEFENSE STAFF
18 NDIA Policy Points
Small Contractors Struggle With
Cyber Rules
BY CORBIN L. EVANS
41 Government Contracting Insights
AI: The Future of the Defense Industry?
CONTRIBUTED BY COVINGTON &
BURLING LLP
42 Ethics Corner
43 NDIA News
44 NDIA Calendar
Complete guide to NDIA events
48 Next Month
Preview of our next issue
48 Index of Advertisers

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