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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…

ACT NONTRADITIONAL

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HIGH PRIORITY: Collaboration among the joint services is a top priority for U.S. Cyber Command. (Photo by Josef Cole, U.S. Cyber Command/DVIDS)         One small organization is…

ARMY AL&T SUMMER ISSUE EXAMINES COMPLEXITIES OF SOFTWARE ACQUISITION

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    by Cheryl Marino FORT BELVOIR, Va. (July 5, 2022)—The Summer 2022 issue of Army AL&T magazine focuses on software acquisition, how important it is to do it right,…

ARMY COMMENCES FINANCIAL STATEMENT AUDIT

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SITE SEEING: Command Sgt. Maj. Sean Rice, senior enlisted advisor at U.S. Army Security Assistance Command, talks with Soldiers assigned to the aviation maintenance unit of the Colombian Army base…

SOFTWARE, LAUNCHED

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TROOP TRAINING: Soldiers receive additional HIMARS launchers and training from the STORM Project Office. (Photo by 1st Lt. Kendra Thomas, 18th Field Artillery Brigade)     SOFTWARE, LAUNCHED  The future…

Then & Now

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THE FIRST OF ITS KIND: Number Crunching circa 1935: U.S. electrical engineer and scientist Dr. Vannevar Bush (1890 - 1974) at the left, where an electrical brain solves mathematical problems…

GAINING GROUND

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ASSEMBLY REQUIRED: The STORM, Defense Contract Management Agency and Lockheed Martin teams gather around a missile-assembly fixture during the tour of the facility. Pictured, from left, are STORM quality analyst…

THE IMPERATIVE

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DIGITAL TRANSFORMATION: As the keynote speaker at the 6th Annual Business Analytics Symposium held at the University of Texas at Arlington in March, Iyer highlighted relevant details about digital transformation…

STILL FIGHTING THE GOOD FIGHT

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SUCCESS ON STAGE: JA2’s diligent efforts to procure vaccines, therapeutics and enablers have been critical to the nation. (Photo by Staff Sgt. K. Tucker Owen, U.S. Air Force)    …
FITS LIKE A GLOVE: Dr. Muthu Wijesundara (left) is fitted with the ReHeal Glove. (Photo provided by University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute)

THE MAGIC GLOVE

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FITS LIKE A GLOVE: Dr. Muthu Wijesundara (left) is fitted with the ReHeal Glove. (Photo provided by University of Texas at Arlington Research Institute)     MTEC gives traction to…

ROADMAP TO MODERNIZATION

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HELPING HAND: Soldiers from the 25th Combat Aviation Brigade, 25th Infantry Division, work together to overcome an obstacle at the Leader Reaction Course on Schofield Barracks, Hawaii in March 2021…
Women’s roles have become more influential over the past decade, DiVito said. Here, investigator Dr. Keersten Ricks programs software to scan a lateral flow test to determine whether a sample is positive or negative for COVID-19 antibodies at the U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases (USAMRIID). (Photo by John W. Braun Jr., USAMRIID)

WOMEN MAKING A DIFFERENCE

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RISING INFLUENCE: Women’s roles have become more influential over the past decade, DiVito said. Here, investigator Dr. Keersten Ricks programs software to scan a lateral flow test to determine whether…
Chelsea Haynes, left, with Haynes and Sue Myers, Ph.D. (Col. Ret.)—spouse of Maj. Gen. Greene. Haynes said that Dr. Myers has become like a member of the family since Greene’s death.

LIFE AFTER THE ARMY

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SMILE BIG: Chelsea Haynes, left, with Haynes and Sue Myers, Ph.D. (Col. Ret.)—spouse of Maj. Gen. Greene. Haynes said that Dr. Myers has become like a member of the family…
Soldier touch points were crucial in the development of the IVAS, and will remain an important factor in future RDT&E efforts. (Photo by Bridgett Siter)

BLAZING OUR TRAIL

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LEARN FROM THE USER: Soldier touch points were crucial in the development of the IVAS, and will remain an important factor in future RDT&E efforts. (Photo by Bridgett Siter)  …

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