Robert Toguchi at US Army Special Operations Command detailed the Army Special Operations Forces’ goals for 2035 and beyond.
The Army’s new acquisition executive announces new plans to help emerging technologies make their way into fielded programs and refocus the service’s organic research enterprise.
Army lays out broad concepts for a new command that will overhaul its acquisition bureaucracy, says it will announce its leader and location in the coming weeks.
Federal Drive with Tom Temin interviewed Army leaders on a variety of topics at the recent 2017 Association of the U.S. Army conference in Washington, D.C.
The Army Materiel Command is working with its vast supply chain to tighten things up in a methodology known as prepositioning.
U.S. Army North has a short roster of permanent billets, but it has big leverage when help is needed, like with hurricane cleanup in Puerto Rico.
The human side of the Army is in large measure the responsibility of Lt. Gen. Thomas Seamands, the deputy chief of staff.
The Army says its new plan to modernize networks differs from past efforts because it’s “threat-informed” by recent developments in modern warfare.
The Army has been through a lot in its six months without a civilian leader.
The Army believes the future of ground combat will be markedly more austere than what troops became used to in Iraq and Afghanistan, and is rethinking its logistics enterprise for combat formations that will need to be more self-sufficient.