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

The PRC and North Korean Relationship: In Case of War?

By Danny Lam

One should not be surprised if the Chinese Communist regime supports North Korea in case of war.

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The North Korean Threat and ‘High Intensity War”

By Ed Timperlake and Robbin Laird

A key element of preparing for the kind of threat posed by North Korea clearly has been missile defense. But missile defense by itself is not enough – there needs to be integrated C2 for the strike and defense force to deal with a state like North Korea.

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Kadena Air Base Prepares for High Intensity Operations

By USAF Video Release

Beverly High is a 24 hour realistic training exercise evaluating Kadena Air Base’s capabilities for 3 days of high intensity ops. 

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DPRK and PRC’s Next Move

By Danny Lam

Bullies never pick on the strongest opponent in the room, but prefer the weakest to establish their credibility. The question is, who appear the weakest this weekend?

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Preparing for High Intensity Warfare: Rapid Runway Repair

By John Goddin

“One of the ways our adversaries attempt to inhibit our response capabilities is by damaging our airfields.”

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A New Attitude Towards Electronic Warfare: The Williams Foundation Seminar

By Travis Hallen

On Wednesday 23 August, the Williams Foundation hosted a seminar exploring A New Approach and Attitude to Electronic Warfare in Australia.

In this article, Wing Commander Travis Hallen reflects on the seminar presentations, outlines the history of electronic attack in the RAAF, and proposes what a new attitude to electronic warfare in Australia may look like.

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