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An ancient art moves into the 21st century By J.R. Wilson Camouflage has been used In ground combat throughout history, but primarily by hunters called to temporary military duty rather than formalized armies, against whom they often were pitted. The earliest forms - such as covering a combatant with dirt, mud, or bits of foliage - are still in use, even by the most technologically advanced militaries. But, as with all other elements of warfare, camouflage also has been and will be heavily...

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But another is product - a product that is going to literally give a tremendous value to the immediate user. You have said that Point Blank has begun to provide more than just ballistic protection with some of your products - protection against other weapons' effects such as stun guns and such. Can you please talk a little bit about that if you will Yes, one of the things that we have recognized in law enforcement is the use of less lethal weapons, and the threat that that less lethal effect...

Battlehardened

The consequences of nine years of war The U.S. military has been engaged In constant combat In Southwest Asia for nine years, from the first deployment into Afghanistan only weeks after 9 11 to the surge there in August 2010, even as U.S. combat forces withdrew from Iraq. It is the longest period of sustained combat since Vietnam - but the differences between the two conflicts and the structure of the U.S. military have far-reaching implications for the future. Vietnam was fought largely by...

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DRS Driver's Vision Enhancer (DVE) thermal imaging systems provide situational awareness vital to critical decision-making. DVE helps detect potential threats such as disturbed earth where lEDs may be buried so U.S. and Allied forces can address them. It also allows personnel to safely navigate through dust, sand, smoke and the blackest night. With 40,000 DVEs delivered, DRS is helping to keep warfighters safe. Contact 1-888-DRS-RSTA, or info drs-rsta.com to learn more. Advanced Thermal Imaging...

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The MegaPhase Warrior Cable's internally armored GrooveTube technology is designed specifically for the Warfighter on the ground. Field proven, with over 150,000 Warrior Cables fielded, the Warrior Cable provides dependable, consistent performance - every time without fail. The critical systems our soldiers, sailors, airmen and Marines use to jam radio-controlled improvised explosive devices IEDs rely on the MegaPhase Warrior Cable. These cables are used in tens of thousands of jamming systems...

Coming In Early 2011

From the publishers of The Year in Defense comes a special edition AIRPOWER AT SEA A Century of U.S. Naval Aviation AIRPOWER AT SEA A Century of U.S. Naval Aviation will cover the extensive history of United States naval aviation, examine its current status, fleet, programs, and priorities, as well as look at the future fleet and technologies that will shape the Navy, Marine Corps, and Coast Guard of the future. Many stories will be told through interviews with those currently serving and those...

Todd Morris

Director of Mission Systems, SRA International, Inc. For almost four decades, the U.S. government has made growing use of so-called SETA Systems Engineering and Technical Assistance contractors to provide specialized services and skills outside of the traditional civil service personnel ranks. Today, SETA contracts make up a huge share of the contracting budget of agencies like the Department of Defense DoD , something that has become a genuine concern for senior government leaders like...

Innovation In All Domains

Visit www.raytheon.com Keyword TacticalEdge 2010 Raytheon Company. All rights reserved. Customer Success Is Our Mission is a registered trademark of Raytheon Company. Navy SEALs are extracted from the waters of the Chesapeake Bay into a sling boat being pulled by a rigid hull inflatable boat RHIB during a capabilities demonstration at Naval Amphibious Base Little Creek. The Naval Special Warfare community displayed its capabilities as part of the 40th UDT-SEAL East Coast Reunion celebration....

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Knutson, the forward air controller for India Company, 3rd Battalion, 6th Marine Regiment, listens to a transmission from his radio while on a patrol in Marjah, Helmand province, Afghanistan, June 18, 2010. The Marine Corps has two patterns of its Marine Pattern MARPAT camouflage desert shown above and woodland. Southwest Asia, including Delta Force and elements of the 75th Ranger Regiment, now wear it instead of UCP in theater. Officials acknowledge any broad change in...

Years One Passion

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U.S. soldiers from Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 17th Infantry Regiment, engage in a small-arms firefight with enemy forces during Operation Moshtarak in Badula Qulp, Helmand province, Afghanistan, Feb. 19, 2010. Never have U.S. troops had the level of combat experience inherent in the force today. U.S. soldiers from Alpha Company, 1st Battalion, 17th Infantry Regiment, engage in a small-arms firefight with enemy forces during Operation Moshtarak in Badula Qulp, Helmand province, Afghanistan,...

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Executive Vice President, Point Blank Solutions, Inc. Warfare has always been about killing your enemies, and that usually has involved punching holes in their bodies. Other kinds of killing mechanisms including blast, fire, chemicals, radiation, and biological weapons have been introduced into the arsenals of nations, but over time, weapons causing penetration trauma have consistently been armies' killing devices of choice. Sharpened sticks and metal tipped spears have given way to...

Land Forces

A soldier aims an XM-25 weapon system at Aberdeen Test Center, Md. It features an array of sights, sensors, and lasers housed in a Target Acquisition Fire Control unit on top, an oversized magazine behind the trigger mechanism, and a short, ominous barrel wrapped by a recoil dampening sleeve. Its 25 mm smart munitions are designed to explode in midair at or near a target behind cover or dug in. A soldier aims an XM-25 weapon system at Aberdeen Test Center, Md. It features an array of sights,...

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Ground Unmanned Support Surrogate

Military has fielded more US Tower ground mobile comms amp surveillance platforms than any other manufacturer. But the future is likely to see lethal UAVs both smaller than the Switchblade and larger than the Predator, especially with ongoing efforts to develop insect-sized flying robots and the expected development of unmanned combat aerial vehicles UCAV . UCAVs essentially are jet fighters and bombers whose pilots never leave the ground and, as with the Predator, may be half a world...