Future Indirect Fires Official Agenda
With increasing hostility and changing international relationships occurring globally, there is a clear need to increase our detection capabilities of foreign assets great and small. Every second counts when implementing the newest scientific capabilities and overcoming functional. Download the a ...
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A Look at the New Technologies Maximizing the U.S. Army's Fires Capabilities
We took a look at the new technologies that are increasing the U.S. Army's fires capabilities. The Army is currently investing in many new solutions to increase lethality, accuracy and mobility. The 2019 Army ammunition budget allocates more than $376 million toward the purchase of high-explosive and Excalibur rounds, which...
Everything You Need to Know About the $13 Billion Increase in the Army's Budget for FY19
Ahead of the summit, we took a look at the U.S. Army's FY19 budget request. The budget reflects a major funding boost compared to recent years and seeks to enhance readiness recovery and fill capability gaps. This infographic is a summary of the FY19 updates made to indirect fire weapons...
Perspectives on Interoperability & the Future of Land-Based Fires
In this exclusive interview with Brigadier Paul Tennant, Chief Joint Fires and Influence, HQ ARRC NATO, hear first-hand about the future of the joint fires operating environment, the growing reliance on technology for training, the strategic priorities and challenges for NATO, and how allied troops should align their requirements to...
Indirect Fires Global Market Report 2018
This Global Market Report takes a look at the latest developments from countries from all around the world for 2017-2018, including the U.S. Finland, France, Czech Republic Israel, and more.
The Future of Artillery Systems
The global artillery market, from present day to 2025, is expected to increase by approximately 40% to $5.2 billion. Understandably so, given that over the last decade, artillery has re-established itself as an indispensable tactical instrument, vital for both self-defence and expeditionary warfare. This infographic shares a perspective on changes...
Joint Integrated Air and Missile Defense Organization
Presentation by BG Clement Coward, USA, Joint Staff J-8 Deputy Director for Force Protection and Countering Weapons of Mass Destruction.
Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance: Making the World a Safer Place
The Missile Defense Advocacy Alliance is a non-profit organization advocating the development and deployment of missile defense for the United States and its allies. Founded in 2002, by Riki Ellison, it promotes United States Government missile defense strategies and technologies.
PROGRAM EXECUTIVE OFFICE (PEO) MISSILES AND SPACE: Army Integrated Air and Missile Defense Program Update
"Army IAMD Program Priorities and Developments" presentation by Michael Chandler, Project Manager, AIAMD, PEO Missiles & Space on:IFPC Current Status and Program UpdatesIBCS and the Single Integrated Air PictureUpcoming Program Milestones and Priorities
Developing an Effective Missile Defense, Ground-based Midcourse Defense, and both Homeland and Regional Missile Support
Presentation by Brigadier General Tim Lawson, Deputy Commanding General for Operations, U.S. Army Space and Missile Defense Command / Army Forces Strategic Command (USASMDC/ARSTRAT)