For the U.S. Navy, unmanned systems – especially uncrewed maritime systems – offer the promise of providing the U.S. military with an asymmetric advantage over potential adversaries.
We have now passed the 18-month point of Russia’s invasion of Ukraine. While it will take years to unpack all of the lessons learned from this conflict, some things have already become clear. Topping that list is the use of uncrewed systems in this conflict. The media has been all but saturated with stories regarding […]
The 30-year naval aviator who had 14 years of consecutive service as executive officer, commanding officer, commodore, and chief of staff provides his insight on AI.
Whether it was the transition from sail to steam, or the advent of steel warships to replace wooden ones, or the change from the battleship to the aircraft carrier to the centerpiece of the Navy fleet, these changes helped the U.S. Navy dominate at sea.
Fortunately, there is a new, cutting-edge, practice that the U.S. military is leveraging to ensure that we are more-ready for future conflicts than our adversaries. It is called “Useful Fiction” or FICINT (Fictional Intelligence).