AFCEA West 2012


Joint efforts can help with data overload, disconnections

As military planners begin developing strategies for working with smaller budgets, the idea of working together across branches is gaining traction, says Marine Corps Lt. Gen. George Flynn.

Navy adds structure to networks

The Navy is rapidly transforming its communications systems, says Rear Adm. Patrick Brady, SPAWAR commander.

Troubled joint radio program has many positives, JPEO says

The Joint Tactical Radio System will bring order to a chaotic area where incompatibility is common, says Army Brig. Gen. Michael Williamson.

Security needs high as defense networks evolve

Network security is paramount as more and more users tap into Defense Department networks, says Rear Adm. Jerry Burroughs.

Budget cuts to alter Naval Special Warfare programs

Naval Special Warfare programs will feel the impact of cuts made elsewhere in the military, says Rear Adm. Sean Pybus.

Military budget cuts to drive strategic changes, vice admiral says

Budget cuts will play an important role in nearly every facet of America’s defense over the next several years, driving a number of changes, says Navy Vice Adm. William Gortney.

AFCEA West to assess military at the crossroads

Defense Systems staff will provide detailed coverage of the AFCEA West 2012 conference in San Diego.

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