5 Ways Technology is Changing Defense Operations

When Defense Secretary Leon Panetta unveiled the Pentagon’s 21st Century Strategy in January, he emphasized that networks are at the heart of planned technology investments during the next decade. The Army views networks as its top modernization priority, and the Navy plans to spend close to $6 billion beefing up its ship and shore information systems.

Here’s a look at five key defense network priorities at the core of the strategy.

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