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National Defense is a podcast on military technology and defense industry trends, from the articles of National Defense Magazine.

National Defense is a podcast on military technology and defense industry trends, from the articles of National Defense Magazine.
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National Defense is a podcast on military technology and defense industry trends, from the articles of National Defense Magazine.

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English


Episodes

December 2018 - Training the Space Force, GPS III Launch and Mine Warfare

12/4/2018
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In this podcast, National Defense Magazine looks at the military’s plans to train the space force, the upcoming launch of the GPS three satellite and the next-generation of mine warfare.

Duration:00:11:26

November 2018 - Columbus-Class Submarine, Directed Energy and B-21 Bomber

11/6/2018
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In this podcast, National Defense looks at the new Columbia-class submarine program, whether the Pentagon and industry can deliver when it comes to directed energy weapons and the tough choices ahead for the B-twenty-one program.

Duration:00:09:09

October 2018 - Next Gen Combat Vehicle, Navy and Neuro-Weapon Attack

10/9/2018
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In this podcast, National Defense Magazine looks at the Army’s next generation combat vehicle, how the Navy plans to rethink their Force Structure Composition and the new details surrounding the Neuro-Weapon attacks in Havana

Duration:00:12:08

September 2018 - Robotic Jets, Marine Corps' New Amphibious Vehicle and Battlefield Fuel

9/4/2018
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In this podcast, National Defense Magazine looks at the potential for robotic jets, the Marine Corps’ new amphibious vehicle and whether common windshield wiper fluid could be used as a fuel in battlefields.

Duration:00:12:27

August 2018 - Research and Development Big Bets

8/8/2018
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In this podcast, National Defense Magazine queried federally funded research centers, service laboratories and other organizations involved in basic and applied national security research and development, a couple simple questions: What is your organization’s number one R&D “big bet?” In other words, a high-risk, high-reward technology investment that you believe will have the biggest payoff for those in the military or national security realm. Why? And in what ways do you think it will...

Duration:00:12:54

July 2018-Improving Lethality of Weapons, New Space Launch Options & Advanced Super Hornet Cockpit

7/10/2018
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In this podcast, we examine how the military is seeking to improve the lethality of its weapons, the exploration of new launch options of small satellites in order to protect the U.S. space architecture, and the development of a more advanced cockpit for the block 3 F-A-18 Super Hornet.

Duration:00:12:43

June 2018-Technology Shortfalls in the Arctic, Ground Robots & GPS Alternatives

6/5/2018
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In this podcast, we examine special technology requirements the military needs to operate in the Arctic, a new family of robots designed to help protect bomb squad technicians, and the need to find alternatives to GPS.

Duration:00:11:33

May 2018-Special Operations Command's Ten 10 Technologies

5/3/2018
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In this podcast, we look at Special Operations Command's top 10 technology needs.

Duration:00:12:21

355: Is Navy Shipbuilding Vision Real or a Mirage?

4/12/2018
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In this podcast, we examine the Defense Department’s push to build a 355-ship Navy, an anticipated rise in hypersonics funding and the Army’s work to develop autonomous convoys.

Duration:00:11:07

March 2018-A look at ground robots, unmanned aerial platforms and nuclear cruise missiles

3/8/2018
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In this podcast, we examine the Navy’s work to partner up unmanned aerial platforms, the Army’s strategy to ramp up robotics acquisition and the Defense Department’s goal to develop a nuclear-armed sea-launched cruise missile.

Duration:00:11:07

February 2018-Dominating the Battlefield: Upgraded equipment to give dismounted troops the edge

2/5/2018
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In this podcast, we look at how industry is helping to give dismounted troops the advantage on the battlefield.

Duration:00:11:07

January 2018 - Tunnel Warfare: Technologies for finding and defeating underground strongholds

1/3/2018
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In this podcast, we look at methods to counter tunnel warfare, the Marine Corps' push to leverage new technologies and the military's attempts to protect itself against GPS interference.

Duration:00:08:22

December 2017 - Training for Tomorrow: Advanced technologies to revolutionize military simulations

12/6/2017
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In the December podcast, we look at the future of military virtual reality training tools, the Army’s efforts to strengthen its tactical command posts, and the joint program executive office’s plan for a new chemical-biological protection suit.

Duration:00:08:49

November 2017 — Nuclear Triad: The High Cost of Global Strike

11/3/2017
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In the November 2017 podcast, we look at the U.S. military's efforts to bolster its global strike capabilities, a competition to replace the Air Force's missile field security helicopters, and plans to upgrade the Reaper unmanned aircraft fleet.

Duration:00:09:27

October 2017 — Tank Vs. Tank: Russia Challenges Abrams for Fighting Vehicle Supremacy

10/11/2017
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In the October 2017 podcast, we look at how a new Russian tank could offer a challenge the U.S. Army's Abrams, how troops are taking advantage of smartphone technology and how artificial intelligence can help defeat roadside bombs.

Duration:00:09:06

September 2017 — Light Attack: Can the Air Force change the way it acquires new aricraft?

9/7/2017
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In the September podcast, we look at the Air Force's effort to procure a new commercial off-the-shelf light attack aircraft, the potentially widespread applications for airborne lasers in the military, and how a forthcoming satellite constellation could bring an upgraded communications capability to ground forces …

Duration:00:09:00

August 2017 — Missile Defense: Nations race to meet rising threats

8/2/2017
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In the August 2017 podcast, we look at the Defense Department’s effort to modernize its nuclear triad of bombers, submarines and ground-based missiles.

Duration:00:08:38

July 2017 — Need for Speed: The Promise and Peril of Hypersonics

6/29/2017
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In the July podcast, we look at how the U.S. military is seeking more funding to develop offensive hypersonic weapons and the means to counter them, the Defense Department's new campaign to integrate artificial intelligence technologies across intelligence systems and the Navy's progress on developing the railgun advanced weapon system.

Duration:00:09:13

June 2017 — F-35 Global Sales: Exports expected to drive down joint strike fighter's price tag

6/5/2017
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In the June 2017 podcast, we look at the production costs of the F-35 joint strike fighter for international customers, how the Army could replace aging Bradley fighters with a next-generation combat vehicle and Special Operations Command's progress on developing a full body armor "Iron Man" suit to protect commandos. This podcast is sponsored by Amazon's GovCloud.

Duration:00:08:34

May 2017 — Special Operations Forces

5/5/2017
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In the May 2017 podcast, we look at how Air Force Special Operations Command is preparing to test an airborne directed energy weapon, whether the Army's next-generation combat vehicle will be robotic and the Coast Guard's budgetary "no man's land."

Duration:00:08:19