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Lecture 5 - Technology, innovation and Modern War


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Lecture 5 - Technology, innovation and Modern War

  1. Technology, Innovation, and Modern War INTLPOL 340; MS&E 296 Steve Blank, Joe Felter, Raj Shah Lesson 5: The Challenges of Defending America in the Future of High Tech War
  2. Agenda • Class Logistics • Lesson 4 Reflections White Board Session • Lecture: “ ” • Guest Speaker Chris Brose • Comments and Q&A • Lesson 6- Preview
  3. “In just a few years, if we do not change the trajectory, we will lose our qualitative and quantitative competitive advantage.” General Joe Dunford 2017 Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff If we don’t change – if we fail to adapt – we risk losing the certainty with which we have defended our national interests for decades. We risk losing a high-end fight. General Charles Q. Brown 2020 U.S. Air Force Chiefs of Staff
  4. “I’m not interested in a linear progression into the future (with) incremental improvements, That will end up in defeat on a future battlefield. What I’m talking about, call it 10X, leap-ahead, (is) radical improvement in current capabilities.” General Mark Milley Chairman Joint Chiefs of Staff
  5. 2002 2003 2004 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 2011 2012 2013 2014 2015 2016 2017 2018 2019 2020 On-time budget Late budget 2 days left...
  6. Guest Speaker Chris Brose