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|Title:||The U.S. Military Must Win the Battle for Innovation|
Michelle V. J. Johnson
|Keywords:||Section 809 Panel|
|Series/Report no.:||Media - SEC809|
|Abstract:||Threats facing the United States are both known and unknown, dynamic and significant. China and Russia, competitors for global military and technological dominance, no longer trail the United States in developing and acquiring military capabilities. They are beginning to take the lead in strategic domains such as hypersonics, space and cyber warfare. The Defense Department currently develops and procures military products and services to meet global threats through inefficient bureaucratic processes developed in the 1950s.|
|Appears in Collections:||Section 809 Panel: Reports, Recommendations & Resource Library|
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