Год / Месяц: 2019 /7
Формат: True pdf
Размер: 9 mb
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.
16 Some Final Words From the Section 809 Panel
The congressionally mandated panel tasked with looking at Defense Department acquisition reform wraps up its work July 15.
BY NICK TSIOPANAS
18 Defense Community Must Help Lower-Tier Suppliers
The number of small businesses serving as defense industry suppliers becomes fewer with each passing day.
BY JOHN C. JOHNSON
20 Exemptions for Value Added Taxes Often Overlooked
VAT exemptions can result in enormous cost-savings for both the government and its contractors.
BY STEPHEN SPECIALE AND MATTHEW LAWRENCE
TRAINING AND SIMULATION
22 NATO Nations Strive to Standardize Training Systems Alliance members are buying virtual reality goggles without clear ideas on how to use them.
BY STEW MAGNUSON
24 New Army Robotic Systems Nearly Ready for Prime Time
From hand-held drones to combat vehicles, the Army’s robotic programs are coming into fruition.
BY MANDY MAYFIELD
26 Navy, Marine Corps Boost Investment in AI Platforms
The two services are looking to take advantage of artificial intelligence-based technology.
BY YASMIN TADJDEH
28 Hypersonic Missiles: Defense Department Accelerates Weapons Development
The U.S. military is pursuing several different hypersonic technologies in the hope that one or more of them will result in a high-speed, maneuverable weapon system.
BY YASMIN TADJDEH
30 China, Russia Hypersonic Programs: Real Progress Or Bluster?
Is the United States behind, ahead or at parity with its main rivals when it comes to developing hypersonic technology?
BY CONNIE LEE