National Defense is a podcast on military technology and defense industry trends, from the articles of National Defense Magazine.
January 2022: Vital Signs 2022, Micro 3D Printing and the Army's Project Convergence
In this episode, National Defense discusses the health and readiness of the defense industrial base, advancements in micro-three-D printing and an update on the Army’s Project Convergence.
December 2021: The United States team up with Australia, Japan and India
In this episode, National Defense brings you a special report on how the United States, Japan, India and Australia are teaming up against China as members of the Quadrilateral Security Dialogue, also known as the Quad.
November 2021: Boeing's Red Hawk, the Future of Chem-Bio Defense and Training with Haptic Technologies
In this month's episode, National Defense examines Boeing’s T-7A Red Hawk trainer aircraft, how the Pentagon is rethinking chem-bio defense, and emerging haptic technologies for training.
October 2021: Electric Vehicles, International Space Collaboration and Revitalizing Sealift Capabilities
In this episode, National Defense takes a look at the military’s hunt for electric vehicles, how world leaders are collaborating on space security, and efforts to revamp strategic sealift capabilities.
September 2021: Rare Earth Mining, the F-15EX, and Marine Corps Training
In this episode, National Defense takes a look at rare earth mining, the Biden administration’s embrace of a Trump-era fighter jet program, and how the Marine Corps is investing in new training systems.
August 2020: Reusable Rockets, the Navy's Information Warfare and Hypersonic Weapons
In this episode, National Defense takes a look at reusable rockets, a secretive Navy information warfare program and the Pentagon’s latest vision for hypersonic weapons.