Integrated Warfare Systems Office Consolidates Programs, Cuts Costs
- Demystifying the Title 10-Title 50 Debate: Distinguishing Military Operations, Intelligence Activities & Covert Action. Wall, Andru E. // Harvard National Security Journal;2011, Vol. 3 Issue 1, p85
Modern warfare requires close integration of military and intelligence forces. The Secretary of Defense possesses authorities under Title 10 and Title 50 and is best suited to lead US government operations against external unconventional and cyber threats. Titles 10 and 50 create mutually...
- SpecWar. // All Hands;Jan2005, Issue 1053, p20
The article presents information as well as list of various naval commands of the U.S. armed forces. Some of the commands included in the list are: Commander Naval Special Warfare Operations Support Group; Naval Special Warfare Command; Commander Naval Special Warfare Command etc.
- SOME THOUGHTS ON TRANSFORMATION. Peterson, Gordon I. // Naval Forces;2004, Vol. 25 Issue 2, p6
Presents some thoughts on the essence of the transformation of the technological capabilities in the military and naval forces in the U.S. Coast Guard's recapitalization through its Integrated DEEPWATER System; Principles of human systems integration in ship and in Navy acquisition programs.
- Success of Sea Basing Concept Hinges on Effective Logistics Management Systems. Barnard, Richard C. // Sea Power;Jun2004, Vol. 47 Issue 6, p20
Focuses on the importance of effective logistics management systems to the success of the sea basing concept of the U.S. Navy. Need for the enhancement of the logistics capability for sea basing; Incompatibility of the supply systems of the four services; Failure of the marine logistics...
- Despite Delay, Navy Is Committed To Satellite Communication Program. Keeter, Hunter C. // Sea Power;Mar2004, Vol. 47 Issue 3, p26
Focuses on the U.S. Navy's commitment to the satellite communication program critical to network centric operations, Mobile User Objective System (MUOS), despite the program's decrease in funding and delay in development. Intention to launch the first of six or eight MUOS satellites in 2007;...
- Cross Into the Blue. Houlihan, Sean P. // Citizen Airman: The Official Magazine of the Air National Guard ;Dec2003, Vol. 55 Issue 6, p16
Focuses on an exchange program of the U.S. Air Force and the Navy. Benefits of the program to members of the Air Demonstration Squadron, the Thunderbirds and the Navy's equivalent, Blue Angels; Similarities between the two teams.
- They Called 'Em Fish Food. Ruark, Robert C. // Saturday Evening Post;5/6/1944, Vol. 216 Issue 45, p24
Relates the disadvantages of being an Armed Guard of the U.S. Navy. Frequency of the Guardsmen's encounter with enemies; Responsibilities of the Guardsmen; Characteristics of a typical Armed Guard officer.
- Brothers in Arms. F r a n t o m, To d d // All Hands;May2005, Issue 1057, p40
Presents views and insights of the author of being a U.S. Navy man in Iraq. Recollection of the author of his dream of joining the U.S. Navy to become a sailor; Impression on the warm generosity of other services of the Armed Forces on him in his tour of duty; Claim of the author on the...
- Mustin Utilized Unconventional Training Techniques to Boost Readiness. Winkler, David F. // Sea Power;Dec2005, Vol. 48 Issue 12, p38
The article details how Captain Henry C. Mustin used unconventional training techniques to boost readiness of Destroyer Squadron Twelve in Greece in 1974. It discusses the United States Navy's use of competition as a training tool. Competition provides a sense of purpose and motivation for crews...