The U.S. Naval Institute on Naval Innovation

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Binding:Paperback
Published:November 15, 2015
By John E. Jackson (Author)

Technological changes are inevitable, often of great benefit, and they must be understood by all maritime leaders. Since the Navy’s beginnings, it has created, adapted, rejected, and sometimes grudgingly accepted  new technologies. This entry into the Wheel Book series considers the nature of technological innovation in the U.S. Navy, and it discusses the manner in which the Navy is currently adopting new technologies like robotic and autonomous systems, CYBER, and LASERS.

The new Naval Institute Wheel Books provide important information, pragmatic advice, and cogent analysis on topics important to all naval professionals. Drawn from the U.S. Naval Institute’s vast archives, the series combines articles from the Institute’s flagship publication Proceedings, selections from the oral history collection, and Naval Institute Press books to create unique guides on a wide array of fundamental professional subjects.

Technological changes are inevitable, often of great benefit, and they must be understood by all maritime leaders. Since the Navy’s beginnings, it has created, adapted, rejected, and sometimes grudgingly accepted new technologies. This entry into the Wheel Book series considers the nature of technological innovation in the U.S. Navy, and it discusses the manner in which the Navy is currently adopting new technologies like robotic and autonomous systems, CYBER, and LASERS.

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Product Details
  • Subject: Strategy, Tactics, Operations
  • Paperback : 224 pages
  • Publisher: Naval Institute Press (November 15, 2015)
  • ISBN-10: 1612518494
  • ISBN-13: 9781612518497
  • Product Dimensions: 5.5 X 8.25 in
  • Shipping Weight: 10.56 oz

Following a 27-year career as a Navy logistics officer, CAPT. JOHN E. JACKSON, USN (RET.) has spent more than three decades as an educator, author, and researcher in the field of technology and military operations. As a senior course moderator at the U.S. Naval War College he designed and regularly teaches a highly regarded course entitled “Unmanned Systems and Conflict in the 21st Century.” He is a frequent lecturer on this subject and testified before the House Subcommittee on National Security and Foreign Affairs in 2010. He lives in Middletown, Rhode Island.

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