The mosaic force design concept is more than just an information architecture. Mosaic offers a comprehensive model for systems warfare that encompasses requirements and acquisition processes; the creation of operational concepts, tactics, techniques, and procedures; an...

Kemp notes that theater ballistic missiles (TBMs) operated by both near peer powers, such as China and Russia, and regional militaries, such as Iran and North Korea, represent “an increasingly complex challenge” since finding countermeasures for these weapons must take...

Mattes notes the term “integrated air defense system” (or IADS) is often defined incorrectly or out of the proper context for modern warfare. In order to solve the problem of highly capable air defenses, it is critical that both military mission planners and requisite...

The U.S. Air Force’s fighter aviation force is too old and too small to meet the national security challenges facing the country. The last major build-up in this mission area began in the wake of the Vietnam War and wound down at the end of the Reagan Administration. T...

The wars and conflicts of today are transforming around the world. In many cases, the democratization of new and emergent technologies is enabling state and non-state actors to upend long established ways and means of warfare on land, sea, air, space, and now in cybers...