Smaller satellites in bigger constellations could accelerate the restructuring of both the space industry and international security relationships.
Middle Eastern armed forces need practical kit and service from Middle Eastern industry.
The US Navy deserves credit for taking a risk in procurement.
Can the Air Force follow a naval lead in bending its cost curve?
Customersâ€™ problems should inform defense contractorsâ€™ strategies.
Is the USAF trying hard enough to find drone pilots?
The US Navy may be putting its money into undersea automation.
Eight Rules to Guide the Search for the Next Director of Net Assessment
Defense can apply a set of flexible parameters to keep the practice of innovation relevant and meaningful.
In just under 60 pages, the 2014 Quadrennial Defense Review uses some form of the word innovation 33 times. Thatâ€™s more than youâ€™ll find the terms soldier, Air Force, coordination, direction, and policyâ€”combined. Colleagues across defense agree that innovation is invaluable to security. However, many attempts to innovate still fall short. In order for innovative ventures to have the best chance at success, and for the notion of innovation to stay fresh, the Defense Departmentâ€™s focus must turn to how and where innovation should occur.