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  1. Retired Lt. Gen. Guy Swan III, vice president of education for AUSA, said the $10,000 donation from Lockheed Martin's JLTV selfie campaign will benefit AUSA family program.

    Lockheed's selfie campaign shows of JLTV, benefits military families

    • October 17, 2014

    A few vehicle makers at the AUSA show this week banned people from taking pictures of their products, but Lockheed Martin was counting on it.

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  1. This image shows what US intelligence officials said was a Syrian nuclear reactor, destroyed in an Israeli strike that is believed to have included a cyber component. AFP

    Army Eyes Coordinated Land-Cyber Missions

    Seven years ago, the Israeli military's Operation Orchard is believed to have employed an electronic warfare-delivered cyber attack to shut down Syrian anti-air defenses before its jets bombed Syria's Al Kibar nuclear reactor.

    • Oct. 15, 2014
  2. 'We believe if we show up with 'US Army' on our chest in large numbers, firefights should last 10 seconds, not 10 hours,' Lt Gen. H. R. McMaster, director of Army Capabilities and Integration Center and deputy commanding general, Futures of Army Training and Doctrine Command, said Tuesday at the AUSA annual meeting. Mike Morones/Staff

    ARCIC Chief Outlines Modernization Goals

    A super-lethal 'firefight-ending capability' is among the Army modernization priorities set out in the service's new operating concept, according to Lt. Gen. H.R. McMaster, who runs the Army Capabilities Integration Center (ARCIC) and is chief of

    • Oct. 14, 2014
  3. Heidi Shyu, assistant secretary of the Army for acquisition, logistics, and technology, left, and Gen. Dennis Via, commanding general of Army Materiel Command, speak at an Oct. 14 press conference at the annual meeting of the Association of the US Army in Washington, D.C. Mike Morones / Staff

    Army's Materiel Command Chief: Science and Tech Funding Key to Technical Edge

    There are few sacred cows left in the world of Army acquisition, as the service showed earlier this year in slashing the Ground Combat Vehicle from its list of development programs, even after chief of staff Gen.

    • Oct. 14, 2014
  4. Army Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno speaks at the annual meeting of the Association of the US Army on Oct. 14 in Washington, D.C. Mike Morones/ / Staff

    At Conference, Odierno Describes an Army Busier and More Far-Flung

    At his final AUSA conference as Army chief of staff, Gen. Raymond Odierno called on the Army to be ready for an era when the 'velocity of instability is ever increasing around the world,' and that time is now.

    • Oct. 14, 2014
  5. Decisions about the Future Fighting Vehicle program could lead to the Bradley, here being driven in east Baghdad, either being replaced or improved. SSG BRONCO SUZUKI/US Army

    Army Explores Its Armored Vehicle Options

    Nearly a year after the US Army canceled the Ground Combat Vehicle, officials defended the program as on-budget and called the decision to scuttle it a pragmatic move to improve further-along armored vehicle programs with available money.

    • Oct. 14, 2014
  6. Soldiers in Alaska will test new gear this winter to include sleep systems, tentage and a team stove. John Pennell/US Army

    Army To Test New Jungle, Cold-Weather Gear

    The US Army will launch two extensive gear tests in the coming months in two very different locales: the humid tropics of Hawaii and the harsh Alaskan landscape.

    • Oct. 14, 2014
  7. The US Army has made significant strides in areas such as assessing aptitude and establishing training and doctrine, but the build-up is not without its challenges, according to Lt. Gen. Edward Cardon. US Army

    Army Wrestles With Talent Amid Cyber Force Buildup

    As the US Army assembles a 6,000-person-strong cyber mission force in the next two years, officials are trying to determine the best way to attract, organize and maintain the cyber talent required to secure Defense Department networks.

    • Oct. 14, 2014
  8. Army Codifying Service Ethic in Single Document

    The Army is putting into action what it means to be a profession and a professional, officials said Tuesday during the Association of the United States Army annual meeting.

    • Oct. 14, 2014
  9. The Boeing-Sikorsky team expect their SB-1 Defiant — pictured in an artist's concept — to make its first flight in 2017. The Defiant is based on Sikorsky's X2 twin-rotor technology. Boeing

    Sikorsky, Boeing Expect To Fly JMR Demonstrator in '17

    The SB-1 Defiant, being developed by Boeing and Sikorsky for the Army's Joint Multi-Role (JMR) program, is on track for first flight in fiscal 2017, executives for the companies said Tuesday.

    • Oct. 14, 2014
  10. Secretary of the Army John McHugh and Chief of Staff Gen. Ray Odierno answer questions during a press conference Monday during AUSA. The profession of being a soldier means you are a professional every hour, all the time, Odierno said Monday. Those who can't enforce the changing norms within the Army should leave, he said. Mike Morones/ / Staff

    Odierno: Soldier's Professional Ethic is 24/7

    The profession of being a soldier means you are a professional every hour, all the time, said the Army's top officer in a panel discussion Monday. Those who can't enforce the changing norms within the Army should leave, he said.

    • Oct. 14, 2014
  11. US Army UH-60 Black Hawk helicopters depart from Forward Operating Base Warhorse in Diyala province, Iraq. General Electric Aviation hopes new engines undergoing testing will power the Army's Black Hawk and Apache fleets. Spc. Brandon D. Bolick/US Army

    GE Conducts Sand Testing for ITEP Program

    GE Aviation is turning to sand testing for its next-generation engine program that it hopes one day will power the Army's fleet of Black Hawk and Apache helicopters.

    • Oct. 14, 2014
  12. Testing: The ITEP program seeks to develop a replacement for the General Electric T-700 engines that power AH-64 Apaches, like this one, and UH-60 Black Hawks. Sgt. Harley Jelis / NY Army National Guard

    ATEC Successfully Tests Second ITEP Engine

    The Advanced Turbine Engine Company (ATEC) has successfully completed a second test of its HPW3000 engine, its offering for the Army's Improved Turbine Engine Program (ITEP) program.

    • Oct. 14, 2014
  13. Soldiers take part in a semi-annual network integration evaluation at Fort Bliss, Texas, and White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico. US Army

    New War Game To Focus on Tech, Partnerships

    The Army's new annual war game for developing new technologies and concepts will emphasize joint and international cooperation, said Brig. Gen. John Charlton, of Brigade Modernization Command.

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  14. Secretary of the Army John McHugh gives the keynote address of the opening ceremony of the annual meeting of the Association of the Army in Washington, D.C., on Monday. Mike Morones/Staff

    SecArmy: Budget Cuts Put Army in Danger of 'Wasting Away'

    The US Army will be gutted and in danger of 'wasting away' if the sequestration stranglehold on its budget continues, the service's secretary said Monday at the opening of the Army's largest annual gathering.

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  15. Encouraging Defections: Staff Sgt. Myles McCadney, 7th Military Information Support Operations Battalion (Airborne), highlighted results from psychological operations in Uganda. Mike Morones/Staff

    Army: Messaging Leads To Mass Defections from Kony

    Defections from Joseph Kony's Army spiked in the summer of 2014, in large part due to US messaging from the air and across the radio waves.

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  16. The Army's role in the Pacific is projected to grow in the coming months to meet the increasing needs of the U.S. military and foreign allies. Army

    4-Star: Army Expects More Pacific-Region Missions

    The Army's role in the Pacific is projected to grow in the coming months to meet the increasing needs of the US military and foreign allies.

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  17. 'Our No. 1 Task': Gen. Mark Milley, commanding general of US Army Forces Command, stressed the overarching need for readiness across all Arm components. Johnny Bivera

    Milley: Readiness Helps US Army Face Uncertain Future

    All three US Army components must be ready to respond to 'the entire range of military operations' in an uncertain, volatile world, the commanding general of Forces Command (FORSCOM) said Monday.

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  18. Textron will sell Commando armored vehicles to Bulgaria for use in Afghanistan. Above is the advanced version. Textron Systems

    Textron Sells Vehicles to Bulgaria, Marked for Afghanistan

    The first bit of foreign military sales news to come out of AUSA this year also comes from a country in Eastern Europe — a region attracting more attention from the Pentagon as Russia continues to flex its muscles in the area.

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  19. Ground vehicle makers are waiting for the Army to tell them what comes next, including its plans for the Bradley fighting vehicle, here, ahead of the Future Fighting Vehicle's arrival in 2019 to 2021. BAE SYSTEMS

    Ground Vehicle Industrial Base Waits for Army's Next Move

    Like most everyone else involved in the Army's ground vehicle industrial base, the prime contractors who at one point were working on the service's Ground Combat Vehicle (GCV) program are waiting for the Army's next move.

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  20. US and Malaysian soldiers conduct patrols at a Pacific Pathways exercise Sept. 20 in Malaysia. Sgt. 1st Class Adora Gonzalez/US Army

    Army's Pacific Pathways: New Tactics, Lessons Learned

    A US Army Stryker brigade with added engineering, logistics and aviation capabilities is currently in Japan on its third stop of the Army's inaugural Pacific Pathways rotation.

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  21. 1st AD Plans Wide-Ranging Exercise To Meet Uncertain World

    With hot spots on three continents, 1st Armored Division commander Maj. Gen. Stephen Twitty is taking no chances: he's throwing the kitchen sink at his troops.

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  22. Bell's V-280 Valor on display at the Association of the US Army meeting in Washington on Monday. Mike Morones/ / Staff

    Bell Unveils New 'Valor' Tiltrotor

    Bell Helicopter on Monday unveiled a full-scale model of its V-280 Valor — the next generation in tiltrotor aircraft — at the Association of the United States Army annual meeting here.

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  23.  Senior Airman Teresa J.C. Aber/ / us air force

    Interview: TRADOC Commander Gen. David Perkins

    If the guiding principle of AirLand Battle was 'fight outnumbered and win,' the new Army operating concept being unveiled at the 2014 AUSA Annual Meeting is 'win in a complex world.'

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  24. A view of Rocky Brands' new Enhanced Jungle Boot. Soldiers are expected to wear-test the boot in January. Tony Lombardo

    Soldiers To Test New Jungle Boot With Booby Trap Protections

    US soldiers in Hawaii will soon test Rocky Brands' newest jungle boot, a model that company officials say is more comfortable and provides better protection against booby traps.

    • Oct. 13, 2014
  25. Improvements to mobility, weight and power are part of the plan for the Bradley fleet, above. The Army also will retain 2,633 MaxxPro Dash MRAPs, left. Staff Sgt. Bronco Suzuki / US Army

    Army Develops New Concepts, Keeps Existing Fleets Rolling

    Under the US Army's new operating concept, its forces must be tailorable, scalable, have a smaller logistical footprint and be able to operate in austere environments.

    • Oct. 12, 2014
  26. While making decisions about a new fleet of armored support vehicles, Canada is upgrading its light armored vehicle IIIs. Sgt. Frank Hudec / Canadian Armed Forces

    Canadian Debate Continues: Wheels Vs. Tracks

    The Canadian Army will soon begin work on a program to purchase more than CAN $1 billion (US $895 million) worth of armored support vehicles, but still faces the age-old military mobility debate: tracks vs. wheels.

    • Oct. 12, 2014
  27. BAE Systems and Patria said they would team to offer the Patria armored modular vehicle for Australia's combat reconnaissance vehicle program. Above is a Patria AMV (XP). Pentti Hokkanen / Patria

    Industry Teams Emerge for $9B Australian Fighting Vehicle Program

    Industry teams are beginning to form for the first bidding phase of Australia's AUS $10 billion (US $9.28 billion) Land 400 project.

    • Oct. 12, 2014
  28. South Africa is planning for Badger production to begin in 2016. Denel Land Systems

    South Africa Badger Testing Advances; 2016 Production Eyed

    While most African countries remain focused on developing industrial capabilities to refurbish old military vehicles, the South African government has contracted local manufacturer Denel Land Systems (DLS) to supply 238 new Badger eight-wheel-drive infant

    • Oct. 12, 2014
  29. The BTR-4 armored personnel carrier is one of a variety of armored vehicles being upgraded by Ukraine. Ukroboronprom

    Ukraine Puts Priority on Vehicle Protection

    Responding to conflict in the country's east, the Ukrainian Ministry of Defense is modernizing the military's vehicle fleet, emphasizing improving vehicle protection.

    • Oct. 12, 2014
  30. Japan To Emphasize Military Mobility With MCV

    Starting in 2016, Japan's military will begin reshaping part of a tank fleet originally designed to repel a Soviet invasion from the north into a more mobile force aimed at a possible Chinese invasion of the nation's far-flung southern island chain

    • Oct. 12, 2014

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