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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
Examining Cross-Cultural Gestures for Human Intelligence: This podcast with David Matsumoto, Professor and Director of Emotion and Culture Research at San Francisco State University, examines inter-group aggression and violence as it pertains to studies of Listen now
04/16/2013
Other Podcasts
Tom McDermott, Director of Research at the Georgia Tech Research Institute explores the latest technological developments within the realm of Electronic Warfare. Mr McDermott speaks to the advancements in platform survivability as well as emerging initiatives in synthesizing operations and platforms. Listen Up!
Tom McDermott, Director of Research at the Georgia Tech Research Institute explores the latest technological developments within the realm of Electronic Warfare. Mr McDermott speaks to the advancements in platform survivability as well as emerging initiatives in synthesizing operations and platforms. Listen Up!
01/21/2013
How open is the internet as a source of intelligence information and where is this information being gathered? Paige Rassmusen, Communications Expert speaks with IDGA on how how intelligence gathered online has provided useful intelligence to the DOD and Special Operations specifically. Listen up!
How open is the internet as a source of intelligence information and where is this information being gathered? Paige Rassmusen, Communications Expert speaks with IDGA on how how intelligence gathered online has provided useful intelligence to the DOD and Special Operations specifically. Listen up!
05/31/2012
In an IDGA exclusive interview Brig Gen Stone, Assistant Adjutant General, Michigan National Guard, examines the main strengths and weaknesses of the Incident Command System and highlights the ways in which the Michigan National Guard prepares for potential cyber attacks and deals with the issue of surge capacity. Listen up!
In an IDGA exclusive interview Brig Gen Stone, Assistant Adjutant General, Michigan National Guard, examines the main strengths and weaknesses of the Incident Command System and highlights the ways in which the Michigan National Guard prepares for potential cyber attacks and deals with the issue of surge capacity. Listen up!
04/23/2012
Col Anne Weinberg, USMC discusses the challenges of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance in OIF/OEF. The nature of Irregular Warfare in these conflicts has changed the ISR landscape and the U.S. military has had to apapt. She also elaborates on how the new high-technology battlefield and rapid information sharing environment has led Read more
06/08/2010
With the exponential growth of IEDs in Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom the need to protect soldiers from the deadly blasts takes center stage in mission analysis. Vehicle protection has become an enormous factor in the overall protection of soldiers; however, vulnerability to the gunner has always been present. The CROWS, or Common Read more
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02/11/2010
The United States Marine Corps has led the way in many aspects of combat operations. In keeping with time-honored traditions, the USMC is again taking the fight to the insurgency in it's campaigns in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Given the every changing tactics of the enemy in both nations the Soldiers and Marines in the fight are faced with an Read more
09/14/2009
The current operational environments have transformed the way the U.S. military faces counterinsurgency operations on two very different fronts. The U.S. Army and Marine Corps are embedding themselves into combat operations, which involve force units operating to operate very differing roles. At any given time units will be working side by side Read more
09/14/2009
The United States Military and coalition forces have battled an insurgent force in Iraq and Afghanistan since the beginning of combat operations in both theatres. The insurgency has forced an operational dichotomy in how forces go about their combat operations. Forces must now interact with a local populace while simultaneously seeking and Read more
08/17/2009

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
ISR in Irregular Warfare with Col Anne Weinberg, USMC: Col Anne Weinberg, USMC discusses the challenges of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance in OIF/OEF. The nature of Irregular Warfare in these conflicts has changed the ISR landscape and Listen now
06/08/2010
Other Podcasts
Tom McDermott, Director of Research at the Georgia Tech Research Institute explores the latest technological developments within the realm of Electronic Warfare. Mr McDermott speaks to the advancements in platform survivability as well as emerging initiatives in synthesizing operations and platforms. Listen Up!
Tom McDermott, Director of Research at the Georgia Tech Research Institute explores the latest technological developments within the realm of Electronic Warfare. Mr McDermott speaks to the advancements in platform survivability as well as emerging initiatives in synthesizing operations and platforms. Listen Up!
01/21/2013
How open is the internet as a source of intelligence information and where is this information being gathered? Paige Rassmusen, Communications Expert speaks with IDGA on how how intelligence gathered online has provided useful intelligence to the DOD and Special Operations specifically. Listen up!
How open is the internet as a source of intelligence information and where is this information being gathered? Paige Rassmusen, Communications Expert speaks with IDGA on how how intelligence gathered online has provided useful intelligence to the DOD and Special Operations specifically. Listen up!
05/31/2012
In an IDGA exclusive interview Brig Gen Stone, Assistant Adjutant General, Michigan National Guard, examines the main strengths and weaknesses of the Incident Command System and highlights the ways in which the Michigan National Guard prepares for potential cyber attacks and deals with the issue of surge capacity. Listen up!
In an IDGA exclusive interview Brig Gen Stone, Assistant Adjutant General, Michigan National Guard, examines the main strengths and weaknesses of the Incident Command System and highlights the ways in which the Michigan National Guard prepares for potential cyber attacks and deals with the issue of surge capacity. Listen up!
04/23/2012
Col Anne Weinberg, USMC discusses the challenges of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance in OIF/OEF. The nature of Irregular Warfare in these conflicts has changed the ISR landscape and the U.S. military has had to apapt. She also elaborates on how the new high-technology battlefield and rapid information sharing environment has led Read more
06/08/2010
With the exponential growth of IEDs in Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom the need to protect soldiers from the deadly blasts takes center stage in mission analysis. Vehicle protection has become an enormous factor in the overall protection of soldiers; however, vulnerability to the gunner has always been present. The CROWS, or Common Read more
Tags:
02/11/2010
The United States Marine Corps has led the way in many aspects of combat operations. In keeping with time-honored traditions, the USMC is again taking the fight to the insurgency in it's campaigns in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Given the every changing tactics of the enemy in both nations the Soldiers and Marines in the fight are faced with an Read more
09/14/2009
The current operational environments have transformed the way the U.S. military faces counterinsurgency operations on two very different fronts. The U.S. Army and Marine Corps are embedding themselves into combat operations, which involve force units operating to operate very differing roles. At any given time units will be working side by side Read more
09/14/2009
The United States Military and coalition forces have battled an insurgent force in Iraq and Afghanistan since the beginning of combat operations in both theatres. The insurgency has forced an operational dichotomy in how forces go about their combat operations. Forces must now interact with a local populace while simultaneously seeking and Read more
08/17/2009

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
On Point with LTC Ascura of PEO Soldier on the Surge of CROWS: With the exponential growth of IEDs in Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom the need to protect soldiers from the deadly blasts takes center stage in mission analysis. Vehicle protection has Listen now
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02/11/2010
Other Podcasts
Tom McDermott, Director of Research at the Georgia Tech Research Institute explores the latest technological developments within the realm of Electronic Warfare. Mr McDermott speaks to the advancements in platform survivability as well as emerging initiatives in synthesizing operations and platforms. Listen Up!
Tom McDermott, Director of Research at the Georgia Tech Research Institute explores the latest technological developments within the realm of Electronic Warfare. Mr McDermott speaks to the advancements in platform survivability as well as emerging initiatives in synthesizing operations and platforms. Listen Up!
01/21/2013
How open is the internet as a source of intelligence information and where is this information being gathered? Paige Rassmusen, Communications Expert speaks with IDGA on how how intelligence gathered online has provided useful intelligence to the DOD and Special Operations specifically. Listen up!
How open is the internet as a source of intelligence information and where is this information being gathered? Paige Rassmusen, Communications Expert speaks with IDGA on how how intelligence gathered online has provided useful intelligence to the DOD and Special Operations specifically. Listen up!
05/31/2012
In an IDGA exclusive interview Brig Gen Stone, Assistant Adjutant General, Michigan National Guard, examines the main strengths and weaknesses of the Incident Command System and highlights the ways in which the Michigan National Guard prepares for potential cyber attacks and deals with the issue of surge capacity. Listen up!
In an IDGA exclusive interview Brig Gen Stone, Assistant Adjutant General, Michigan National Guard, examines the main strengths and weaknesses of the Incident Command System and highlights the ways in which the Michigan National Guard prepares for potential cyber attacks and deals with the issue of surge capacity. Listen up!
04/23/2012
Col Anne Weinberg, USMC discusses the challenges of Intelligence, Surveillance, and Reconnaissance in OIF/OEF. The nature of Irregular Warfare in these conflicts has changed the ISR landscape and the U.S. military has had to apapt. She also elaborates on how the new high-technology battlefield and rapid information sharing environment has led Read more
06/08/2010
With the exponential growth of IEDs in Operations Iraqi and Enduring Freedom the need to protect soldiers from the deadly blasts takes center stage in mission analysis. Vehicle protection has become an enormous factor in the overall protection of soldiers; however, vulnerability to the gunner has always been present. The CROWS, or Common Read more
Tags:
02/11/2010
The United States Marine Corps has led the way in many aspects of combat operations. In keeping with time-honored traditions, the USMC is again taking the fight to the insurgency in it's campaigns in both Iraq and Afghanistan. Given the every changing tactics of the enemy in both nations the Soldiers and Marines in the fight are faced with an Read more
09/14/2009
The current operational environments have transformed the way the U.S. military faces counterinsurgency operations on two very different fronts. The U.S. Army and Marine Corps are embedding themselves into combat operations, which involve force units operating to operate very differing roles. At any given time units will be working side by side Read more
09/14/2009
The United States Military and coalition forces have battled an insurgent force in Iraq and Afghanistan since the beginning of combat operations in both theatres. The insurgency has forced an operational dichotomy in how forces go about their combat operations. Forces must now interact with a local populace while simultaneously seeking and Read more
08/17/2009