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Journal Article | June 14, 2017 09:06 AM | Comments(5)

The OEs of today and the future will be marked by instability.  This instability will manifest itself in evolving geopolitics, resurgent nationalism, changing demographics, and unease.

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.

Journal Article | May 4, 2017 06:10 AM | Comments(3)

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.

One of the top 8 submissions from the first-ever U.S. Army TRADOC Science Fiction Writing Contest.

Journal Article | March 22, 2017 10:52 AM | Comments(5)

This paper presents a vision of future warfare by extrapolating technological trends and uniting them under an operational concept.

Continue on for information concerning the TRADOC / Georgetown University conference and call for papers.

Journal Article | February 23, 2017 01:12 AM | Comments(5)

Understanding and engaging in the human domain is essential if you are trying to change, inform or shape human behavior.

Continue on for more information. The topic is "warfare in 2030-2050". Submission deadline is 15 February.

Mad Scientist # 21: This is a first sketch of an initiative that will help to make sure we keep on being those precious few nanoseconds ahead of our opponents.

*Starts Today* - This event will be streamed live from 13-14 September 2016. Continue on for information concerning the conference.

Journal Article | September 13, 2016 01:34 AM | Comments(2)

Mad Scientist # 19: We are losing the cyberwar because cyber defenses apply the wrong philosophy to the wrong operating environment.

Mad Scientist # 20: The demand for cybersecurity professionals is exceeding the number available, and some estimate that more than 200,000 positions are currently unfilled.

Mad Scientist # 18: The purpose of this paper is to highlight the need for strategic broadening and policy education for mid-career Cyberspace leaders.

Mad Scientist # 17: The Army is allocating proportional resources to the cyber domain as it is to the success or failure of key weapon systems.

Mad Scientist # 16: The US Army is moving to field the next generation of cyber warfighters, and the need to identify, train, and develop these cyber professionals is becoming increasingly critical.

This event will be streamed live from 13-14 September 2016. Continue on for information concerning the conference.

As weapons platforms become increasingly digital, the risk from electronic interference becomes increasingly troublesome—including hacking, jamming, and even hijacking of remote platforms.

The G-2 said he can foresee a time in the near future when Army ground-based systems will be used to create favorable conditions for the Navy and the Air Force.

Mad Scientist # 15: As an Army “Mad Scientist”, I am both intellectually mad and emotionally mad about the armor/force protection topic.

Continue on for an introduction and a download link for the Mad Scientist: Megacities and Dense Urban Areas Compendium.