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Defense Insider Podcast Series

The Defense Insider brings you an exclusive series of Military audio interviews. Whether Air, Land, or Sea, The Defense Insider aims speaks with all levels of military and government to educate you on the latest topics concerning the US.View All
Current Podcast
Paving the way for a leaner and improved operational base: A case study at NAS JAX: NAS JAX is one of the Navy’s fastest growing installations. In the context of rapid expansion, how is their Command increasing energy conservation efforts? IDGA’s @Defense Insider Listen now
08/15/2012
Other Podcasts
Guy Woolman, of the Southwest Airlines Pilots' Association, discusses the latest projects in cockpit avionics that could change the way the aviation industry does business. He discusses the training challenges involved with implementing these new systems into aircraft and getting pilots up to speed using the techonolgy. He also talks about Read more
01/25/2011
CAPT Ralph Portnoy, Program Manager of PMA 209 the air combat electronics office at NAVAIR, discusses the latest projects involving combat avionics. He details how he sees these next generation aviation systems changing the way fighter aircraft operate and how they could shape future aerial warfare. He also talks about what he sees as the most Read more
01/20/2011
Capt Robert Torn, the International Federation of Airline Pilots Association Air Traffic Service Committee Chair and the ALPA's Next Generation Project Lead, discusses next generation avionics systems. He details some of the forthcoming systems that could transform current aviation practices. He also talks about how he sees these changes Read more
01/13/2011
Dr. Michael Meador, Chief of the Polymers Branch at the NASA Glenn Research Center, discusses polymer applications and benefits. He details how these cutting edge materials can be used in the defense industry to create lighter and stronger gear for warfighters and to improve functionality of military aircraft. He also talks about NASA Read more
10/07/2010
COL Anthony Potts, Project Manager for Aviation Systems, PEO Aviation discusses the latest program developments. He details the efforts to minimize rotary wing aviation incidents in theater. He also details the plans to improve networking interoperability to provide warfighters the best overall terrain picture possible. He also talks about Read more
10/06/2010
Richard Tyler, Deputy Project Manager for the Apache Helicopter Program, discusses the history of success with the platform and its role in the Army's inventory. He also details the latest developments with the Apache Block 3 Program and advancements and modifications. He also talks about the future of the Apache and its projected lifecycle Read more
10/01/2010
Craig Maurice, Deputy Product Manager for the CH-47F Improved Cargo Helicopter, discusses the latest with the CH-47F model. He also details working with units on programs for deployment to ease the burden for soldiers in theater. Craig is a Level III Certified Acquisition Professional in three career fields and member of the Acquisition Corps Read more
09/27/2010
Brendan Cadogan, Head of Support Solutions with SELEX Galileo, discusses aviation lifecycle sustainment. He details best practices in working with contractors and customers in order to provide the best aviation logistics support for military aircraft. He also talks implementing an Integrated Operational Support Contract, and specifically Read more
09/07/2010
U.S. Naval Aviation has utilized the helicopter as a platform to perform a multitude of duties since its introduction in the 1940s. The versatility of the rotary aircraft has changed the way the Navy has carried out many of its core missions, including search and rescue, anti-submarine warfare, replenishment at sea, mine detection, anti surface Read more
11/02/2009

Tip of the Spear Podcast Series

Looking for the latest audio from the military and defense industry? Listen to experts ranging from the Pentagon to the field discuss the hottest military related topics. Learn more today.View All
Current Podcast
Future Cockpit Avionics with Guy Woolman: Guy Woolman, of the Southwest Airlines Pilots' Association, discusses the latest projects in cockpit avionics that could change the way the aviation industry does business. He discusses the Listen now
01/25/2011
Other Podcasts
Guy Woolman, of the Southwest Airlines Pilots' Association, discusses the latest projects in cockpit avionics that could change the way the aviation industry does business. He discusses the training challenges involved with implementing these new systems into aircraft and getting pilots up to speed using the techonolgy. He also talks about Read more
01/25/2011
CAPT Ralph Portnoy, Program Manager of PMA 209 the air combat electronics office at NAVAIR, discusses the latest projects involving combat avionics. He details how he sees these next generation aviation systems changing the way fighter aircraft operate and how they could shape future aerial warfare. He also talks about what he sees as the most Read more
01/20/2011
Capt Robert Torn, the International Federation of Airline Pilots Association Air Traffic Service Committee Chair and the ALPA's Next Generation Project Lead, discusses next generation avionics systems. He details some of the forthcoming systems that could transform current aviation practices. He also talks about how he sees these changes Read more
01/13/2011
Dr. Michael Meador, Chief of the Polymers Branch at the NASA Glenn Research Center, discusses polymer applications and benefits. He details how these cutting edge materials can be used in the defense industry to create lighter and stronger gear for warfighters and to improve functionality of military aircraft. He also talks about NASA Read more
10/07/2010
COL Anthony Potts, Project Manager for Aviation Systems, PEO Aviation discusses the latest program developments. He details the efforts to minimize rotary wing aviation incidents in theater. He also details the plans to improve networking interoperability to provide warfighters the best overall terrain picture possible. He also talks about Read more
10/06/2010
Richard Tyler, Deputy Project Manager for the Apache Helicopter Program, discusses the history of success with the platform and its role in the Army's inventory. He also details the latest developments with the Apache Block 3 Program and advancements and modifications. He also talks about the future of the Apache and its projected lifecycle Read more
10/01/2010
Craig Maurice, Deputy Product Manager for the CH-47F Improved Cargo Helicopter, discusses the latest with the CH-47F model. He also details working with units on programs for deployment to ease the burden for soldiers in theater. Craig is a Level III Certified Acquisition Professional in three career fields and member of the Acquisition Corps Read more
09/27/2010
Brendan Cadogan, Head of Support Solutions with SELEX Galileo, discusses aviation lifecycle sustainment. He details best practices in working with contractors and customers in order to provide the best aviation logistics support for military aircraft. He also talks implementing an Integrated Operational Support Contract, and specifically Read more
09/07/2010
U.S. Naval Aviation has utilized the helicopter as a platform to perform a multitude of duties since its introduction in the 1940s. The versatility of the rotary aircraft has changed the way the Navy has carried out many of its core missions, including search and rescue, anti-submarine warfare, replenishment at sea, mine detection, anti surface Read more
11/02/2009

On Point Podcast Series

Looking for Military Comms audio files and related podcasts? Listen to various Military Comms podcasts on our website. Learn more today.View All
Current Podcast
Commodore Steve Schreiber on the US Navy's Helicopter Missions and Programs: U.S. Naval Aviation has utilized the helicopter as a platform to perform a multitude of duties since its introduction in the 1940s. The versatility of the rotary aircraft has changed the way the Listen now
11/02/2009
Other Podcasts
Guy Woolman, of the Southwest Airlines Pilots' Association, discusses the latest projects in cockpit avionics that could change the way the aviation industry does business. He discusses the training challenges involved with implementing these new systems into aircraft and getting pilots up to speed using the techonolgy. He also talks about Read more
01/25/2011
CAPT Ralph Portnoy, Program Manager of PMA 209 the air combat electronics office at NAVAIR, discusses the latest projects involving combat avionics. He details how he sees these next generation aviation systems changing the way fighter aircraft operate and how they could shape future aerial warfare. He also talks about what he sees as the most Read more
01/20/2011
Capt Robert Torn, the International Federation of Airline Pilots Association Air Traffic Service Committee Chair and the ALPA's Next Generation Project Lead, discusses next generation avionics systems. He details some of the forthcoming systems that could transform current aviation practices. He also talks about how he sees these changes Read more
01/13/2011
Dr. Michael Meador, Chief of the Polymers Branch at the NASA Glenn Research Center, discusses polymer applications and benefits. He details how these cutting edge materials can be used in the defense industry to create lighter and stronger gear for warfighters and to improve functionality of military aircraft. He also talks about NASA Read more
10/07/2010
COL Anthony Potts, Project Manager for Aviation Systems, PEO Aviation discusses the latest program developments. He details the efforts to minimize rotary wing aviation incidents in theater. He also details the plans to improve networking interoperability to provide warfighters the best overall terrain picture possible. He also talks about Read more
10/06/2010
Richard Tyler, Deputy Project Manager for the Apache Helicopter Program, discusses the history of success with the platform and its role in the Army's inventory. He also details the latest developments with the Apache Block 3 Program and advancements and modifications. He also talks about the future of the Apache and its projected lifecycle Read more
10/01/2010
Craig Maurice, Deputy Product Manager for the CH-47F Improved Cargo Helicopter, discusses the latest with the CH-47F model. He also details working with units on programs for deployment to ease the burden for soldiers in theater. Craig is a Level III Certified Acquisition Professional in three career fields and member of the Acquisition Corps Read more
09/27/2010
Brendan Cadogan, Head of Support Solutions with SELEX Galileo, discusses aviation lifecycle sustainment. He details best practices in working with contractors and customers in order to provide the best aviation logistics support for military aircraft. He also talks implementing an Integrated Operational Support Contract, and specifically Read more
09/07/2010
U.S. Naval Aviation has utilized the helicopter as a platform to perform a multitude of duties since its introduction in the 1940s. The versatility of the rotary aircraft has changed the way the Navy has carried out many of its core missions, including search and rescue, anti-submarine warfare, replenishment at sea, mine detection, anti surface Read more
11/02/2009