This event took place on March 25, 2022

The US Army’s massive, multi-year modernization effort is heating up, with 24 of the service’s 35 technology prototypes expected to be online and in soldiers’ hands by 2023. Acquisition and delivery of these bleeding-edge battlefield capabilities, which include next-gen ground vehicles, long-range precision fire, and enhanced network tools, is a top priority for Army leadership as competition intensifies with near-peer threats around the world. Defense News spoke with Doug Bush, newly sworn in as Army’s head of acquisition and logistics, about how his organization is delivering on modernization promises against a tumultuous geopolitical threat landscape.