Maj. Gen. Richard Webber, commander of the 24th Air Force, highlights the work that's been done to build a true cyber capability in the Air Force.
Army Col. Ted Jennings, project manager for DOD biometrics, discusses the challenges of building a central repository and ways biometrics are being used to protect local populations and coalition forces in Iraq and Afghanistan.
The Defense Information Systems Agency strives to keep pace with the quickly adapting defense landscape to deliver critical information and tools to warfighters in the field.
Lt. Gen. Jeffrey Sorenson, Army CIO, spoke recently with Defense Systems about the second Network Service Center Operational Evaluation, the Apps for the Army program and several pressing issues related to extending global networking capabilities.
Army Col. William Hoppe, project manager for the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical network, talks about his observations on tactical communications needs in Afghanistan and about the latest developments in satellite communications and on-the-move communications.
Capt. Jeff Hoyle, Joint Tactical Radio System’s Network Enterprise Domain program manager, spoke recently with Defense Systems about the challenges of developing and managing networks, upcoming tests and demonstrations, and efforts to meet user needs.
Brig. Gen. Lee Price, Army program executive officer of command, control and communications-tactical, discusses network architecture, technology transition and the Warfighter Information Network-Tactical program.
Gary Blohm, director of the Army Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center, on integration of C4ISR technologies with existing platforms, the upcoming C4ISR On-the-Move exercise and third-generation/fourth-generation networking technologies.
Bruce Bennett, director of satellite communications, teleport and services at the Defense Information Systems Agency, discusses the strategy behind the high-profile Future Comsatcom Services Acquisition.
Col. Robert Carpenter, project manager for the Army’s Aerial Common Sensor Program, discusses the program's changing mission and near-term objectives.