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Military Transformation Uplink: March 2006

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Militaries around the world are moving to modernize and transform themselves to meet the challenges of the 21st century. Our mission is to deliver a monthly cross-section of relevant, on-target stories, news, and analysis that will help both experts and interested laypeople stay up to speed on key military developments and issues. Stories are broken down by military category and presented as fast bullet points that orient you quickly, with accompanying links if you wish to pursue more in-depth treatments. Some of This Month’s Targets of Opportunity Include: New ‘bunker busters’ that tunnel through stone; India moving toward more “strategic reach”; Euro UCAVs; Hunter-killer standoffs and Hellfire Jr.; FCS and urban warfare; Exoskeletons; Shooting down RPGs; Secret weapon – green laser pointers; Or how about laser blimps?; Conventional ballistic missiles and ray guns; USAF Smart Operations 21 process improvement; Budget games; QDR 2006 links and reactions; The Pentagon’s FY 2007 budget request; The Pentagon’s broken accounting system; Serbia’s stealth fighter shootdown story. Military Transformation Uplink full briefing: March 2006 (top of page)Air & Space SectorC4SI DimensionLand Sector Maritime Sector Supply & Support Transformation: Policy & Doctrine Winds of Change.NET presents this new monthly briefing as part of a team that […]

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