Gene Kranz gives his perspective on leadership and forging a team that can manage significant risk to accomplish difficult tasks.
Lt Gen Kwast gives his perspective of the emerging security environment and the challenges facing the United States.
In an interview, Lt Gen David Deptula (Ret) shares his perspective on current and future challenges for USAF leaders and joint operations.
Lt Gen David Deptula (Ret) shares his perspective on the Combat Cloud, ISR, and the need for airmen to serve as joint warfighting commanders.
In an interview, Lt Gen David Deptula (Ret) shares his perspective on current and future challenges for the USAF leaders and the Joint Force.
Team OTH asks a former U.S. Defense Attaché to Moscow about his experiences and Russia’s perspective on international security.
“We need to be able to move at the speed of electrons and to be able to do C2 over the horizon, and know where we are with precision navigation and timing inside a multi-domain space.”
The Future of Mission Command: “We conceived a system in the 1990’s that is based on 1980’s technology. There is a groundswell of folks that are saying we need a new approach.”
Increasing temperatures and potentially intensifying weather patterns will impact conventional military operations, the broader impacts of climate change on global trends and the human domain pose a far larger dilemma for the American military.
How do we need to organize as an Air Force to provide multi-domain capabilities? Second, how do we train our forces so they can provide multi-domain capability? Finally, how are we equipping our forces so they can do it?
OTH interviews the US Air Force’s lead on developing multi-domain Command and Control.
China’s rise challenges the Asia-Pacific’s balance of power, making it difficult for relatively smaller Pacific nations. Singapore, Malaysia, Indonesia, Vietnam, and others compete for natural resources and in fiscal markets with their larger neighbors.
By Allison Hardwick
“The Navy’s intelligence operations writ large and cyberspace operations, specifically, are on the precipice of being able to fully capitalize on the variety and velocity of data coming from both organic sensors and Open Source to create battlespace awareness and inform decision making in ways we never imagined in the past.”
Part 3 of a 3 part interview with Dr. Jon Kimminau on Big Data and Activity Based Intelligence.
Part 2 of a 3 part series discussing concepts such as big data analysis and activity based intelligence with Dr. Jon Kimminau.
Part 1 of a 3 part series discussing concepts such as big data analysis and activity based intelligence with Dr. Jon Kimminau.
Jennifer Harris discusses the role of geoeconomics in US foreign policy.