It’s difficult to predict what future technology will accomplish, but it’s clear that drone technology must improve for the multidomain
Army medical researchers are working to develop new capabilities as the force prepares for a more lethal but austere future battlefield, a senior medical officer said.
Working with the expectation that battlefield casualties will need life-saving care farther forward for longer periods of time, the Army is looking for new capabilities suited for use in austere environments and will leverage emerging capabilities such as unmanned vehicles.
The Russian invasion of Ukraine has had an impact on the 2022 defense budget, finally pushing lawmakers to complete work on funding programs for the fiscal year that started last October.
The Army is preparing to field 24 of its 35 signature modernization systems in 2023, as it pushes ahead with its largest transformation effort in decades.
“Being ready today is not good enough,” Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville said March 8. “We must also make sure we’re ready tomorrow.”
More than four years ago, the Army established six modernization priorities, he said.
Climate change is already affecting the Army’s mission and installations, a senior Army official said.
“Climate change is affecting the Army today,” said Paul Farnan, acting assistant Army secretary for installations, energy and environment. “It’s affecting how we operate, where we operate, what we do [and] how we train.”
Graphene is one of the most significant technological breakthroughs in the past 18 years, and it has the potential to greatly impact ho
In response to the COVID-19 pandemic, eight of the 12 employees in my office transitioned to teleworking.
Army Futures Command bid farewell Dec. 3 to Gen. Mike Murray and Command Sgt. Maj. Michael Crosby, who served for more than three years as the first command team for the Army’s newest four-star command.
During the relinquishment of command ceremony in Austin, Texas, Murray was honored as he prepares to retire after more than 40 years of Army service, while Crosby handed responsibility as senior enlisted leader for Futures Command to Command Sgt. Maj. Brian Hester.
Sgt. 1st Class Alan Boyer was 22 when he went missing in Savannakhet Province, Laos.
The XVIII Airborne Corps’ quarterly innovation challenge encouraging soldiers to submit ideas to improve operations has been expanded to include competitors from all the military services.
Called “Dragon’s Lair,” the competition follows the format of Shark Tank, the popular TV show in which contestants present their ideas to wealthy investors in the hopes their ideas will get funded.