DVIDS (Nathanial Moger)

Don't Draw the (Red) Line

By Lieutenant Colonel John A. Mowchan, U.S. Army
October 2011
In the cyber-security world, it’s probably not the best strategy to let potential enemies in on what we know and don’t know.

Making Stovepipes Work

By Captain Brian Wilson, U.S. Navy (Retired)
October 2011
The need for horizontal connectivity among government agencies is increasing. Here’s an existing template that works.
U.S. Coast Guard (T. Sperduto)

The Maritime Domain Awareness Conundrum

By Captain Eric C. Jones, U.S. Coast Guard, and Commander Joseph E. Vorbach III, U.S. Coast Guard (Retired)
October 2011
The “watershed” 9/11 attacks exposed deep holes in our ability to stay aware of what’s happening on our coastal borders.

Crime and War

By Colonel Robert B. Killebrew, U.S. Army (Retired)
October 2011
Cartels and terrorists are symbiotic in the new international war zone. Law enforcement and the military both have a role.
U.S. Navy

The New 'Coalition of the Willing'

By Rear Admiral Terence McKnight, U.S. Navy (Retired) with Commander Peter Koebler, U.S. Navy, and Lieutenant Commander John Fage, U.S. Navy
October 2011
A healthy international effort to combat piracy not only helps stabilize global relations, it bolsters U.S. security.

A New Approach to Piracy

By Commander Joshua Himes, U.S. Navy
October 2011
Taking action against pirates where they live ashore would hit them where it hurts the most—in the wallet.
U.S. Naval Academy (Chad Runge)

Sail Ho or Sail No?

By Art Pine
October 2011
The most valuable lessons of seamanship can be learned best under sail at the sea-service academies, ardent advocates say.

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