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Change Agent

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Change happens because people find that the changes work for them. In its quest for modernization, the Army can learn a great deal from one of the world’s leading authorities…

I’ve Fallen And I Can’t Get Up

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Robots should rescue Soldiers, not the other way around. So the U.S. Army Research Laboratory is developing software to help robots pick themselves up after a fall. by Jacqueline M….

Then And Now: Training for the Future

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Then And Now 1993 & 2019  Training For The Future Force 2025 and beyond will need a new training system to thrive in ambiguity and chaos—the synthetic training environment. The…

Small group leaves big footprint

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Master Sgt. Keita N. Lyles COMMAND/ORGANIZATION: 902nd Contracting Battalion, 418th Contracting Support Brigade POSITION AND OFFICIAL TITLE: Battalion sergeant major and senior enlisted adviser YEARS OF SERVICE IN WORKFORCE: 8…

Making Progress

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The Rakkasans and a university are innovating 3D printing to direct traffic at the tactical level. by First Sgt. Robert Clark and Capt. Aimee Valles Innovation is about finding new…

Why The Hype?

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Additive manufacturing is all the rage, but why? by Steve Stark Additive manufacturing, or 3D printing, gets people—and the Army is no exception—very excited because of its apparent potential to…

Thinking In Volumes

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Sidebar to Complex Geometry By Steve Stark  Additive manufacturing demands a whole new way of thinking, and we’re not even close to what’s possible in this exciting technology. One of…

Complex Geometry

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Additive manufacturing holds great potential, but much work remains to be done for the Army to get to additive nirvana. by Steve Stark Additive manufacturing shines with promise. The discipline,…

From The Army Acquisition Executive: Intellectual Property Lines

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FROM THE ARMY ACQUISITION EXECUTIVE  BRUCE D. JETTE Army’s new policy seeks cost-effective solutions in managing IP that balance the interests of government, industry and the warfighter “We must be…

Working the process

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Benjamin Little COMMAND/ORGANIZATION: Product Manager for Virtual Training Systems, Project Manager for Training Devices, Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation TITLE: Systems engineer YEARS OF SERVICE IN WORKFORCE:…

A Bold Future For The Army

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Reimagining the Army’s logistics enterprise resource planning systems. by Jim Kinkade and Jay Chung If the Army could start over today, it would not choose to design the enterprise resource…

Four Future Trends In Tactical Network Modernization

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Advances in commercial wireless enable Army mobile tactical internet. by Charlie Kawasaki Our adversaries possess increasingly sophisticated communications and information technology (IT), allowing them to leverage advanced wireless technology and…

Prime Partnership

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The Army teams NVESD with General Micro Systems to put multifunction video display at all crew stations inside the MRAP mine-clearing vehicle. by Chris A. Ciufo Keeping U.S. warfighters prepared…

Collaboration Works

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Bell’s experience with the Joint Multi-Role Technology Demonstrator shows the effectiveness of government-industry collaboration to deliver advanced technologies to the warfighter—and points out ways that such partnerships could be even…

Learning Through Disaster

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Military catastrophes teach IDEAL students about strategic planning and leadership. by Debra Valine Desert One, the 1980 attempt to rescue 52 American hostages in Iran, failed. America’s Delta Force, formed…

We Heard, We Conferred, We Concurred

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Thanks to everyone who took the time to complete Army AL&T’s reader survey. Here’s what we learned. By Army AL&T staff Ever wonder about the origin of the Army phrase…