Sea Air Space

  • Military leaders share insights at Sea-Air-Space Expo

    Military leaders converged this week on National Harbor, Maryland for Sea-Air-Space: The Navy League’s Global Maritime Exposition.

  • Bill Williford: Marine Corps eyes savings on IT, software

    Like nearly every agency, the Marine Corps is trying to save money on its IT and software. Bill Williford, executive director of the Marine Corps Systems Command, spoke with Federal News Radio’s Scott Maucione on Federal Drive with Tom Temin from the 2017 Sea Air Space Symposium in National Harbor, Maryland.

  • ‘Dominance’ now ‘information warfare’ at Navy

    Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu discusses information warfare and Navy weapons systems with Vice Adm. Ted Branch and Rear Adm. Michael Manazir at the 2016 Sea-Air-Space conference in National Harbor, Maryland.

  • Navy establishes task force on cyber interoperability

    The Navy has formed a temporary organization to gather information and investigate a path toward interoperability and integration for its systems.

  • Lt. Cmdr. Keith Capper & Jennifer Person-Whippo: Revolutionizing Navy chow

    The Navy is trying to “revolutionize” the meals it feeds its sailors, both ashore and while they’re underway. To do that, they turned to sailors themselves, and to academia, using the “design thinking process” to help shape the future of the Navy’s chow. On Federal Drive with Tom Temin, Lt. Cmdr. Keith Capper, director of the Navy Food Service, and Jennifer Person-Whippo, a dietician in the Navy Supply Systems Command, talked with Federal News Radio’s Jared Serbu at the Sea Air Space expo at the Gaylord National Convention Center, in National Harbor, Maryland.

  • Federal Drive reports from Sea-Air-Space Exposition

    Federal Drive with Tom Temin interviews military commanders and agency leaders at the 2016 Sea-Air-Space Expo.

  • Adm. John Richardson: How Navy keeps its strategic dominance

    It’s the Navy’s job to protect American interests anywhere on the globe. That job is quite a bit different than it was in the Cold War, when the nation had different strategic and budget priorities. Adm. John Richardson is seven months into his post as Chief of Naval Operations. Richardson joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin at the Sea Air Space expo at the Gaylord National Convention Center, in National Harbor, Maryland.

  • Dr. John Burrow: Research helps the Navy keep its technological edge

    Technological superiority has always been an important advantage for the U.S. armed forces. Leading technology starts with research. For the Navy, research is the purview of Dr. John Burrow, deputy assistant Secretary of the Navy for Research, Development, Test and Evaluation. He spoke to Federal Drive with Tom Temin at the Sea Air Space expo at the Gaylord National Convention Center, in National Harbor, Maryland.

  • Paul Jaenichen: Armed forces rely on Maritime Administration

    The armed forces rely heavily on the U.S. merchant marine to ship supplies and equipment. That’s where the Transportation Department’s Maritime Administration comes in. Maritime Administrator Paul Jaenichen talks to Federal Drive with Tom Temin at the Sea Air Space expo at the Gaylord National Convention Center, in National Harbor, Maryland.

  • Kevin Traver: What’s happening at Sea-Air-Space expo?

    If you want to know everything important going on in the Navy, Marine Corps and Coast Guard, National Harbor is the place to be this week. Today is the opening day of the Sea-Air-Space conference and exhibition. Kevin Traver, vice president of corporate affairs of the Navy League, joins Federal Drive with Tom Temin.