A primary reason U.S. Space Command was reestablished and the U.S. Space Force created was to ensure necessary war-fighting synergies through unity of effort under an independent commander, the essay author writes.
It would be unpopular to say that the U.S. should emulate China; but when it comes to our investments in artificial intelligence and other emerging technologies, government leaders are taking note, the author says.
Directed energy has captivated science fiction fans for decades, but we must not allow a failure of imagination to prevent us from converting directed energy from movie magic to military might before our adversaries.
America’s dependence on other nations for many of the most crucial links in the defense electronics supply chain is a long-term problem that requires industry-government collaboration now on an unprecedented scale.
A European Union law targeted at America’s largest technology companies could introduce cybersecurity weaknesses for U.S. government agencies, a former deputy director of the National Security Agency says.
Data is the lifeblood of today’s global economies and of national security. Recognizing how data reliance has contributed to changes in warfare, victory belongs to the side that can process and employ data fastest.