Life Cycle Technology Insertion

  title={Life Cycle Technology Insertion},
  author={G. Webber and J. Smith and J. Anderson and J. Bachkosky and D. Brown and P. Fratarangelo and R. Hogan and J. A. Johnson and D. Katz and M. Kelly},
Abstract : United States defense strategy is critically dependent on its ability to exploit advanced technology. History has shown that technology can act as a major force multiplier and provide operational superiority against adversaries and the threats they present to the American way of life. It is critical for the Department of the Navy (DON) to exploit technology to create war-fighting capabilities as quickly and efficiently as possible. To that end senior Navy and Marine Corps leadership… Expand
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