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GCT Volume 5 Issue 3

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A Plethora of Choices

A Plethora of Choices

Tactical UASs are of growing importance to all branches of military and there is a great degree of collaboration between the services. The Army PM UAS Office interacts with...

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Eye in the Sky

Eye in the Sky

“When my unit commander looks at me and says, ‘Your people have done well,’ I’m beaming with a smile like a father proud of his sons.” That’s what retired Major General Wil...

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Hitting the Enemy

Hitting the Enemy

The types and quantities of weapon systems ordered during fiscal crunches can be greatly altered or decreased. Once realized, a surefire companion is the orders for ammunit...

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Industry Interview: Millenium Sensor

Industry Interview: Millenium Sensor

An interview with with Mike Roberts, CEO, Millenium Sensor.

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Institutionalizing Rapid Readiness

Institutionalizing Rapid Readiness

Soldiers conducting ground combat operations inevitably face unexpected challenges, and after more than 11 years of combat against an adaptive enemy, the U.S. Army has refi...

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Manned-Unmanned Teaming

Manned-Unmanned Teaming

Security challenges of the future will be met by U.S. Army soldiers armed with the equipment we develop, procure and modernize today. The challenge we face is our ability t...

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Nimble Wheels

Nimble Wheels

If you thought that after more than a decade at war, the U.S. military’s wheeled vehicle fleet might be worn out and in need of repair, you would be wrong. So said Kevin Fa...

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Q&A: Col. Tim Baxter

Q&A: Col. Tim Baxter

Exclusive cover Q&A with Colonel Tim Baxter, Project Manager, U.S. Army Unmanned Systems...

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Rapidly Deployable ISR

Rapidly Deployable ISR

One of the most critical missions facing leaders at all levels is providing security and protection for their personnel. During deployments or field training exercises, com...

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