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Threat of Biological warfare, Bioterrorism and Bio accidents requires comprehensive Biodefense strategy

Naturally occurring threats such as influenza, Ebola, and Chikungunya are bypassing borders to emerge in nations oceans away, and exact a continued toll. The Pandemic and highly pathogenic influenzas challenge the globe every year and result in the loss of thousands of human and frequently millions of animal lives, respectively. …

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UK Cyber Security Strategy emphasizes Defence , Deterrence and Cyber technology development

The rapid development of digitalized services and online shopping in the UK has been paralleled with significant growth in cybercrime, leading to greater spending on security in public and private sectors. Organizations’ IT footprints have also become increasingly complex, driving demand for more sophisticated and bespoke cyber solutions.   There …

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System of System’s (SOS) engineering for Integrated and Joint defence capability planning, Acquisition and development of Defense System of Systems (SOS)

Systems Engineering (SE) is defined as the process by which a customer’s needs are satisfied through the conceptualization, design, modeling, testing, implementation, and operation of a working system. Today, engineers and developers have fairly well codified the processes and techniques for building large, complex systems, and when executed properly, resulting …

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Countries advance bioeconomic strategies

The world faces the challenge of responding to not only the new issues emerging from COVID-19 but also those related to climate change and rising restrictions on natural resources, while sustainably meeting a growing demand for energy and food.  These are intimately involved with the need to control climate change …

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China’s Military-Civil Fusion strategy boosting its technological and Military Innovation and Defence preparedness

China is making rapid advancements in many technologies thus narrowing its gap with the western world. Former US energy secretary Steven Chu has even observed that China is ahead of America in areas ranging “from wind power to nuclear reactors to high-speed rail”. China is also catching up fast in …

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Countries developing Strategies and Tactics for warfighting for Information Warfare

A rapidly increasing percentage of the world’s population is connected to the global information environment. The new information age has seen rise of social media, bloggers, smartphones, plethora of cable and satellite news channels. It can also be seen in the ongoing Internet of things revolution, the internetworking of physical …

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USAF’s ISR dominance strategy for A2/AD environments based on disruptive technologies and the use of multi-role, cross-domain ISR collection capabilities

The U.S. military could suffer unacceptably high casualties and struggle to win, or perhaps lose, a war against China or Russia. This implication by the National Defense Strategy Commission stands in contrast to the past several decades during which the U.S. possessed military power without equal. A key capability to …

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Defense Acquisition System Policy (DoD 5000.01) emphasize life cycle systems management

The Department of Defense (DOD) acquires goods and services from contractors, federal arsenals, and shipyards to support military operations. The acquisition is a broad term that applies to more than just the purchase of an item or service; the acquisition process encompasses the design, engineering, construction, testing, deployment, sustainment, and …

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Army Network Modernization to provide secure communications for situational awareness and tactical combat targeting information to execute missions safely and successfully

Adversaries are increasingly utilizing the proliferation of sophisticated commercial communications and information technology (IT) on the battlefield allowing them to leverage advanced wireless technology like 5G and smartphones while actively moving in ground vehicles. They are also able to execute cyber and electronic warfare attacks in tactical settings that can …

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Militaries race for Land Robotic and Autonomous Warfare by developing strategy, tactics and capabilities

The nature of war refers to the aspects of war that are enduring across time and the change in weapons, states, and societies. It is widely agreed that war has been and will remain a violent act of force, subordinated to policy, determined by human will and used to achieve …

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