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MORE AGILE POWER PROJECTION

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LET’S SEE WHAT THIS THING CAN DO: A successful demonstration of RAIL’s capabilities was held in April 2021 at Anniston Army Depot, Alabama. (U.S. Army Photo by Mark Cleghorn)  …

LEVERAGING MOBILE NETWORK PILOT TO ASSESS ANTI-JAM CAPABILITIES

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MODES OF CONDUCT: Soldiers assigned to the 2nd Armored Brigade Combat Team, 3rd Infantry Division conduct mission command and network communications on-the-move, during the Army’s three-week Armored Formation On-The-Move Network…

FOR SOLDIERS BY SOLDIERS

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Capt. Keyshawn Lee of the Army Software Factory conducts software development activities from his workstation. (U.S. Army photo by Austin Thomas, Army Futures Command)       The Army Software…

THE LEGEND CONTINUES

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WEATHER THE STORM: Lightning strikes behind a B-52H Stratofortress at Minot Air Force Base, North Dakota, Aug. 8, 2017. In a conventional conflict, the B-52 can accomplish strategic attacks, close-air…

TWENTY-FIRST CENTURY APPROACH TO ACQUISITION DRIVES FIGHTING VEHICLE PROCESS

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OPTIONALLY MANNED MOCK-UP: U.S. Army Soldiers sit in a mock-up of the Soldier compartment of a potential design of an Optionally Manned Fighting Vehicle during a Soldier touch point at…

BECOMING THE MIDDLEMAN

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IN THE MIDDLE: A DASC is a middleman—located in the Pentagon, they can attend meetings and respond to tasks on behalf of a program or product management office, and then…

HOT AND COLD

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THE BIG CHILL: The Arctic tundra of Murmansk, Russia, at sunset. Murmansk features a subarctic climate with long and cold winters and short cool summers. In the city, freezing temperatures…

FIT FOR THE FUTURE

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UP TO THE CHALLENGE: Maj. Kenny Torres of Army Futures Command demonstrates the pull-up bars during the command’s Murph Challenge event at Camp Mabry, Texas, on May 26. The Army…

NOT-SO-SECRET WEAPON

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OVERDOSE AVERTED: ORA staff are working with private sector pharmaceutical companies to develop a naloxone auto-injector—similar to the materiel pictured here—to reverse the effects of an opioid overdose on the…
THIS IS JUST A TEST An AH-64 Apache aircrew conducts a simulated mission in the Combat Aviation Brigade Architecture Integration Lab, Apache systems integration laboratory. A decommissioned Apache fueslage is used for the development, integration and testing of new systems. (U.S. Army photo)

SHAPING AVIATION’S FUTURE

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THIS IS JUST A TEST: An AH-64 Apache aircrew conducts a simulated mission in the Combat Aviation Brigade Architecture Integration Lab, Apache systems integration laboratory. A decommissioned Apache fueslage is…

OPERATIONALIZING INNOVATION IN THE U.S. ARMY RESERVE

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FOCUS ON FEEDBACK: ROWPU maintenance technicians describe commonly broken parts. From left: Julie Talbot, student; William Quimbayoglen, chief, Army Water Training Division; Brian Scott, student; Matthew Clayton, student; James Walker,…

A BETTER BUNKER

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OBSERVATIONS AND EXPERIMENTATION: Maj. Gen. Kimberly Colloton and Col. (Ret.) Teresa Schlosser visit an experiment to test the new bunker retrofit at Ft. Polk, Louisiana, in December 2020.    …

FIRST IN CLASS

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THE PROPER TOOLS: The MSL degree program provides Army Acquisition Workforce members with the tools to think more critically about the acquisition process, advance expertise and become more persuasive influencers.…

UNSTOPPABLE PLANS

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PLAN OF ACTION: Decision dominance enables combatant commanders to take decisive advantage in any situation. (Photo by Sgt. David Vermilyea, U.S. Army European Command)     How to create first-contact-proof…

A CUT ABOVE THE REST

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    Pine Bluff Arsenal helps to produce the Army’s finest “soft wear.” by Rachel Selby and Justin Lieber Imagine you a have a mission so critical and specialized that…

PROACTIVE TEAMWORK IMPROVES FUNDING PROCESS

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    IPT collaboratively identifies budget proposal needs to expedite the approval process. by Brooke A. Davis Either in developing it or consuming it, an appetite for cutting edge technology…

THE BIG T

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EXTRA SENSORS PERCEPTION: The northern lights glow behind a Patriot M903 launcher station during Exercise ARCTIC EDGE 2022 at Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, in March. Lower-Tier Air and Missile…

CHAT ME ON TEAMS

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SOLITARY GRIND: Recent studies show that telework can expose employees to psychosocial risks such as feelings of isolation, lack of support, stress and overwork. (Getty Images)     U.S. Army…

BALANCING ACT

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TEST RUN: Re-imagining Future Long Range Assault Aircraft means taking real data from flight tests and rigorously refining the requirements to meet the Army’s needs for flight performance, combat survivability,…

ARMY SIMULATIONS JUST DON’T CUT THE MUSTARD

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BLAST FROM THE PAST: Sandia National Laboratories researchers Candice Cooper, left; Shivonne Haniff, center; and Paul Taylor use a blast impact simulator to study mechanisms behind traumatic brain injury. Most…

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