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Our Leadership on Uncrewed Aircraft Systems (UAS) and Featured Projects
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CNA has been a leader in conducting research, designing frameworks, and developing methodologies to build Cybersecurity measures for UAS. We support the development of the Federal Aviation Administration's (FAA) UAS Traffic Management (UTM) requirements, which represents a new paradigm in aviation traffic management.
the needs of public safety organizations, such as research and analysis of body-worn camera data for Las Vegas and other police departments. NATIONAL SECURITY CNA brings eight decades of analytical expertise to assess the use of UAS to meet mission-critical National Security objectives. In one study, we performed comprehensive research outlining the current use of UAS by public safety industry to inform the potential use of UAS for safety and security on U.S. Navy installations. We helped the Navy make informed decisions about using UAS by highlighting the challenges and benefits of UAS
Great Power Competition in the Indian Ocean
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U.S. Navy planners should assume that the PLA Navy’s presence in the western Indian Ocean will grow, and that new bases and places will be organized to support its expanded presence. U.S. authorities can no longer assume unencumbered freedom of action when electing to posture U.S. naval forces offshore of the Horn of Africa and other East African hotspots. If China’s interests are involved and differ from Washington’s, the Chinese could dispatch their own naval forces to the water offshore of the country in question. The U.S. Navy faced similar circumstances between 1968 and 1991, when the United States and the Soviet Union competed for friends, political influence, maritime access, and bases in the western Indian Ocean region. This paper briefly discusses this period in order to provide some historical context for what might occur in the future. As Mark Twain purportedly quipped, “History does not repeat, but it often rhymes.”
offshore of the country in question. The U.S. Navy faced similar circumstances between 1968 and 1991, when the United States and the Soviet Union competed for friends, political influence, maritime ... paper, entitled China’s Military Strategy, stated: With the growth of China’s national interests…the security of overseas interests concerning energy and resources, strategic sea lines ... to economically connect Eurasia, with all roads leading to Beijing, effectively ended that debate. To support and begin to protect the maritime portion of OBOR, also known as the 21st Century Maritime Silk
china ai and autonomy report: Issue 8, February 10, 2022
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A biweekly newsletter on AI and autonomy developments in China
to subscribe can send an email to PLAUPDATE@CNA.ORG. Military and National Security PRC drone manufacturer alleged to have obscured PRC government support.   According to an   investigation ... Wing Loong variant “highlights China's determination and persistent efforts in mastering independent key and core technologies in its aerospace sector, to safeguard national security, economic ... –2035)   ,” which highlighted the need for effective instrumentation and technical standards in the maritime, meteorological, technology, and other domains. The PRC plan described the importance
china ai and autonomy report: Issue 6, January 13, 2022
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A biweekly newsletter on AI and autonomy developments in China
an AI prosecutor that can file its own charges. We wish all of our readers a safe, healthy, and happy 2022. MILITARY AND NATIONAL SECURITY The   Washington Post   carried an extensive ... Security Council (P5) should talk “more directly” about global security (see article   here ). According to Fu, “strategic stability goes beyond nuclear. Our idea is to expand the subject of the P5 ... and can participate in counterair and ground/maritime attack with manned aircraft. In the second method of coordination, the flight of the UAV(s) is controlled by the rear area control system
china ai and autonomy report: Issue 4, December 2, 2021
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A biweekly newsletter on AI and autonomy developments in China
, despite increasing tensions between the PRC and Taiwan, associations from both sides of the strait conducted a conference on the use of UAVs in maritime rescue. MILITARY AND NATIONAL SECURITY PLA ... will have to evolve to better serve military operations that are geographically broader and that require better accuracy, reliability, and security. In addition to serving traditional domains, satellite ... ). In the article,   Xinhua   senior editor and researcher at Renmin University’s Audiovisual Communication Research Center Huang Xiaoyong argues that, while China has laws to protect user rights and security
pla update: Issue 4, May 2, 2022
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A monthly newsletter focused on the internal and external affairs of the PLA
on the expertise of CNA’s China and Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Division to gather information and provide an update on important developments in the PLA as reported in the Chinese- and English-language ... represent the future of contemporary warfare. On March 17, the Global Times published an op-ed by Senior Colonel Li Minghai, a professor at the PLA NDU National Security College War and Crisis Response ... outstanding contributions to safeguarding national sovereignty, security, and development interests, while advancing national defense and military modernization. [14] The CMC will award the August
pla update: Issue 2, March 1, 2022
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A monthly newsletter focused on the internal and external affairs of the PLA
on the material and expertise of CNA’s China and Indo-Pacific Security Affairs Division to provide an update on important developments in the PLA as reported in the Chinese-language media. MAJOR ... US-Japan combined maritime exercise Nobel Fusion.   According to a US Marine Corps (USMC) press release,   Noble Fusion   transpired from February 3 to 7 in the Philippine Sea and featured participating forces from the US Navy, Marine Corps, and Air Force, as well as maritime and ground elements from the Japan Self-Defense Force. The   Global Times   reported that the   PLA Navy’s three
Dave Johnson and Peter Neffenger Join CNA's Board of Trustees
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CNA President and CEO Katherine McGrady today announced that Vice Admiral David Johnson, USN (Ret.), and Vice Admiral Peter Neffenger, USCG (Ret.), are joining the CNA Board of Trustees.
and Acquisition, where he had responsibility for all Navy and Marine Corps programs and development for maritime, ground, aviation, space and C4I systems. VADM Neffenger was appointed in 2015 by President Obama to lead the Transportation Security Administration (TSA), a position he held until January 2017. Prior to this, he distinguished himself in a 34-year career in the U.S. Coast Guard, where he ... dedication to doing work that supports the safety and security of the nation.’” VADM Johnson holds a naval engineering degree and a master’s in mechanical engineering from the Massachusetts Institute
coming in from the cold: The Collapse of Cold War Naval Strategic Planning
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On this episode of Coming in From the Cold, CNA analysts Josh Tallis and Steve Wills join Bill. They discuss Steve's new book, "Strategy Shelved: The Collapse of Cold War Naval Strategic Planning."
specializing in maritime security, irregular threats, and issues of naval and national security strategy. Josh also served as the CNA field representative to Carrier Strike Group EIGHT during the Navy's ... Waters: Pirates, Terrorists, Traffickers and Maritime Insecurity,"   by Josh Tallis. ContactName /*/Contact/ContactName ContactTitle /*/Contact/JobTitle ContactEmail /*/Contact/Email
Economic Implications to Disrupting Oil Chokepoints
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The secure transportation of oil is critical to world trade and economic growth. Oil trade requires the use of maritime trade routes, as two-thirds of the world’s oil exports are transported by ocean.
that can enable or provide maritime security. Threats to the world’s chokepoints are numerous and diverse. The Strait of Hormuz is under a direct threat of closure by Iran. Somali pirates ... Economic Implications to Disrupting Oil Chokepoints The Economic Implications of Disruptions to Maritime Oil Chokepoints The secure transportation of oil is critical to world trade and economic growth. Oil trade requires the use of maritime trade routes, as two-thirds of the world’s oil exports are transported by ocean. The free flow of oil is critical to world commerce and global eco- nomic