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Expanding the Conception of National Security

By Lieutenant Colonel Scott Cooper, U.S. Marine Corps (Retired)
October 2021
U.S. national security can no longer be defined predominantly in hard-power terms. Strategic competition with Russia and China is playing out aggressively in other domains.
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CEO Notes

October 2021
October is our annual focus on the submarine force and antisubmarine warfare. The tradition continues this month, as we salute the Silent Service.
Bioluminescence

Use Bioluminescence To Own The ASW Night

By Commander Rob Brodie, U.S. Navy, and Rear Admiral T. Q. Donaldson V, U.S. Navy (Retired)
October 2021
While night-vision devices have been used mainly for land warfare, the possible use of low-light sensors at sea is compelling, when the night is dark and the ocean luminous.

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