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

ADA Trains for the Way Ahead in the Offensive-Defense Enterprise

By Robbin Laird and Edward Timperlake

The Air Defense Artillery is working the challenge posed by the question; “How do you shape a future force structure based on where you need to go, rather than what you have inherited?

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Reshaping Missile Defense: The US Army ADA Community Works the Way Ahead

By Robbin Laird and Ed Timperlake

We found Fort Sill, to be a place of significant ADA efforts and big Army innovation crucial to the evolution of not just the fighting US Army but the joint and allied forces as well.

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The Nature of the Strategic Challenge Posed by the Illeberal Powers to the Liberal Democracies

By Robbin Laird

In effect, the Russian and Chinese regimes are consolidating internal controls and are expanding their capability to operate in the gray zone internationally to reinforce their domestic and international authority.

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Airpower in a Disrupted World: The RAAF Airpower Conference, 2018

By Robbin Laird

How best to shape effective approaches, technologies and modernization strategies for US and allied airpower in the decade or more ahead?

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Russia Builds Out Capabilities in the Arctic Region

By Steven Blank

Russian actions and NATO counter-actions strongly suggest that the claim of the Arctic being primarily zone of peaceful interaction between Russia and the West Is dubious at best. 

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The Williams Foundation Addresses the Strategic Shift form Land Warfare to High Intensity Warfare

By Robbin Laird

What is the Nature of the Military Transition to Deal with Peer Competitors in a period of Significant Strategic Change?

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