How will the US and the Allies Meet the Challenge of Shifting from Slow-Mo to High Intensity Combat Operations?

Navy “Thinkers” Versus The Fighting Navy

By Ed Timperlake

This story was first published on July 27, 2011 but we are republishing because it is central to any rethink about reshaping US and allied forces for high intensity conflict. In a July 11, 2011 story about the improving military …

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Will the Helsinki Summit Reduce Tensions: The Case of Reducing Threats to Air Combat Crews

By Ed Timperlake

If the Russian Air Force continues to “buzz” American military ships and planes then President Putin on this issue cannot be trusted.

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The Israelis Shape Innovation in the Offensive-Defensive Enterprise

By Ed Timperlake

Marrying the Adir with Iron Dome is the dawn of this next chapter of 21stCentury Kill Web integrated war fighting that will actually save lives on innocents on both sides.

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Robots in the Future of Warfare

By Sean Welsh

In a future high-intensity war, it might be written: “[u]sing a new technological invention, the Red robots wiped out the Blue robots in the first days of the war, compelling the Blue humans to surrender. Some Blue humans tried to fight on, but the Red robots disarmed them, laughing at their slowness. The videos taken by the Red robots went viral.”

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Turning Back the Chinese Offensive: An “Objective Rallying Point

By Ed Timperlake

The Trump Administration is shaping a way ahead to engage the Chinese and rollback their offensive to become the globally dominant power.

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The Potential Role of Tactical Airborne Reconnaissance in High Intensity War

By Rodney Barton

In high-intensity war and pulling the digital ‘wet-film’ imagery from a pod-equipped fighter jet may be the only viable reconnaissance method available to reveal adversary posture and intent.

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