China & the World’s Most Sensitive Submarine Detector … Almost!

“COULD China soon have the world’s most sensitive submarine detector? On 21 June, the Chinese Academy of Sciences hailed a breakthrough – a major upgrade to a kind of quantum device that measures magnetic fields. Then the announcement vanished, after a Hong Kong newspaper pointed out the potential military implications: the invention could help China lock down the South China… Read More

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Information Warfare: Now & 20 Years Ago

Research Paper Title Information Warfare: Combating the Threat in the 21st Century. Abstract As we approach the dawn of the 21st century, success of our national security strategy will depend greatly on our ability to combat the Information Warfare (IW) threat. Old paradigms regarding conventional warfare must change to incorporate this new form of warfare. Our nation’s… Read More

Special Forces: Beware the Angry Face

Research Paper Title Differential Brain Activation to Angry Faces by Elite Warfighters: Neural Processing Evidence for Enhanced Threat Detection. Background Little is known about the neural basis of elite performers and their optimal performance in extreme environments. The purpose of this study was to examine brain processing differences between elite warfighters and comparison subjects in… Read More