US Army Cyber, Space and Special Operations Forces are coming together in a new "triad" that aims to increase effectiveness in operations and provide combatant commanders with more unique options to act.
It is becoming increasingly apparent that competitors, such as Russia and China, desire to influence international norms and alter the behaviors of allies, partners and Arctic-focused countries for the benefit of these competitor nations.
The Close Combat Lethality Task Force hosted the first meeting of the Artificial Intelligence for Small Unit Maneuver working group at Fort Benning, where participants tested robots among other AI technologies.
Drone strikes have also been relatively effective at limiting collateral damage compared to other strike options—reducing deaths among both civilians on the ground as well as U.S. servicemembers who might otherwise take part in a ground raid. Needless to say, a more precise missile will only serve to keep lowering civilian casualties.