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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
Dull, Dirty and Dangerous Jobs: Why Ground & Water Robots Are Important Now: What weapons can destroy unmanned systems? What tasks can ground and water robots carry out so humans don’t have to? Dr Bill Powers, Marine Corps Warfighting Lab answers these questions and Listen now
06/01/2012
Other Podcasts
LtCol Timothy G. Burton, USMC, Commanding Officer, VMU-3 Phantoms (Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 3), talks about how an "insatiable appetite" for full-motion video is driving the growth of UAVs. LtCol Burton provides a Marine Unmanned Aerial Squadron overview, an OEF operational summary, and talks about evolving requirements Listen now
LtCol Timothy G. Burton, USMC, Commanding Officer, VMU-3 Phantoms (Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 3), talks about how an "insatiable appetite" for full-motion video is driving the growth of UAVs. LtCol Burton provides a Marine Unmanned Aerial Squadron overview, an OEF operational summary, and talks about evolving requirements Listen now
03/14/2012
Dr. Bill Powers, Colonel (ret), Research Fellow for the US Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, talks about umanned aerial systems development for long-range strike in support of amphibious operations. Dr. Powers analyzes ISR deployment for improved precision strike capabilities, the role of unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAVs) in the long-range Listen now
Dr. Bill Powers, Colonel (ret), Research Fellow for the US Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, talks about umanned aerial systems development for long-range strike in support of amphibious operations. Dr. Powers analyzes ISR deployment for improved precision strike capabilities, the role of unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAVs) in the long-range Listen now
02/09/2012
This interview features Dr. Bill Powers, Research Fellow at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Center for Emerging Threats and Opportunities at the Marine Corps War Fighting Lab. Exploring the efficacy of UCAVs for US Long Range Strike power.
08/29/2011
Dr. Leslie Perkins, the Micro Air Vehicles Lead of the Air Force Research Laboratory, discusses the latest in terms of UAV/UAS micro vehicle technology. She details using diverse payloads to accomplish new types of missions such as WMD detection as well as increased capabilities such as longer on station time. Some of the vehicles she is Read more
10/15/2010
COL Gregory Gonzalez, Project Manager for Unmanned Aircraft Systems in the Program Executive Office for Aviation at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama, discusses UAS and its future place on the battlefield. He details efforts for manned and unmanned systems to work seamlessly to provide the best situational awareness for our warfighters deployed at Read more
09/21/2010
Robert Hallinan, a career military officer with over 30 years of military aviation related logistics and maintenance management experience discusses the logistics and sustainment issues likely to be faced given the increasing use and dependence the U.S. military has on UAV/UAS. He details the use of programs like PBL to improve processes and Read more
07/21/2010
Mr. Jean Koster, Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Colorado, speaks about the HELIOS project, which is designing and testing hybrid engines for UAVs. He discusses the applications of the new technology and its potential use in military vehicles.
05/05/2010
COL Christopher Carlile, Director of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Center for Excellence, discusses the U.S. Army's 25 year roadmap for UAV/UAS. He speaks about the near, mid, and long term program developments and upcoming plans for the systems. He also talks about the the potential impact on manned Army aviation and the possibity of Read more
04/20/2010
The United States military has always been on the cutting edge of technology, seen across many aspects of American combat power in operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. One such area that has experienced an enormous boom in production, fielding and deployment has been the unmanned arena. The unmanned systems that are being utilized, Read more
02/22/2010

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
Diverse UAV Payloads and Micro Air Vehicles with Dr. Leslie Perkins: Dr. Leslie Perkins, the Micro Air Vehicles Lead of the Air Force Research Laboratory, discusses the latest in terms of UAV/UAS micro vehicle technology. She details using diverse payloads to Listen now
10/15/2010
Other Podcasts
LtCol Timothy G. Burton, USMC, Commanding Officer, VMU-3 Phantoms (Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 3), talks about how an "insatiable appetite" for full-motion video is driving the growth of UAVs. LtCol Burton provides a Marine Unmanned Aerial Squadron overview, an OEF operational summary, and talks about evolving requirements Listen now
LtCol Timothy G. Burton, USMC, Commanding Officer, VMU-3 Phantoms (Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 3), talks about how an "insatiable appetite" for full-motion video is driving the growth of UAVs. LtCol Burton provides a Marine Unmanned Aerial Squadron overview, an OEF operational summary, and talks about evolving requirements Listen now
03/14/2012
Dr. Bill Powers, Colonel (ret), Research Fellow for the US Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, talks about umanned aerial systems development for long-range strike in support of amphibious operations. Dr. Powers analyzes ISR deployment for improved precision strike capabilities, the role of unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAVs) in the long-range Listen now
Dr. Bill Powers, Colonel (ret), Research Fellow for the US Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, talks about umanned aerial systems development for long-range strike in support of amphibious operations. Dr. Powers analyzes ISR deployment for improved precision strike capabilities, the role of unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAVs) in the long-range Listen now
02/09/2012
This interview features Dr. Bill Powers, Research Fellow at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Center for Emerging Threats and Opportunities at the Marine Corps War Fighting Lab. Exploring the efficacy of UCAVs for US Long Range Strike power.
08/29/2011
Dr. Leslie Perkins, the Micro Air Vehicles Lead of the Air Force Research Laboratory, discusses the latest in terms of UAV/UAS micro vehicle technology. She details using diverse payloads to accomplish new types of missions such as WMD detection as well as increased capabilities such as longer on station time. Some of the vehicles she is Read more
10/15/2010
COL Gregory Gonzalez, Project Manager for Unmanned Aircraft Systems in the Program Executive Office for Aviation at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama, discusses UAS and its future place on the battlefield. He details efforts for manned and unmanned systems to work seamlessly to provide the best situational awareness for our warfighters deployed at Read more
09/21/2010
Robert Hallinan, a career military officer with over 30 years of military aviation related logistics and maintenance management experience discusses the logistics and sustainment issues likely to be faced given the increasing use and dependence the U.S. military has on UAV/UAS. He details the use of programs like PBL to improve processes and Read more
07/21/2010
Mr. Jean Koster, Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Colorado, speaks about the HELIOS project, which is designing and testing hybrid engines for UAVs. He discusses the applications of the new technology and its potential use in military vehicles.
05/05/2010
COL Christopher Carlile, Director of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Center for Excellence, discusses the U.S. Army's 25 year roadmap for UAV/UAS. He speaks about the near, mid, and long term program developments and upcoming plans for the systems. He also talks about the the potential impact on manned Army aviation and the possibity of Read more
04/20/2010
The United States military has always been on the cutting edge of technology, seen across many aspects of American combat power in operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. One such area that has experienced an enormous boom in production, fielding and deployment has been the unmanned arena. The unmanned systems that are being utilized, Read more
02/22/2010

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
COL Chris Carlile, Director, Unmanned Air Systems Center of Excellence, on the Future of Unmanned Air Systems: The United States military has always been on the cutting edge of technology, seen across many aspects of American combat power in operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. One such area that Listen now
02/22/2010
Other Podcasts
LtCol Timothy G. Burton, USMC, Commanding Officer, VMU-3 Phantoms (Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 3), talks about how an "insatiable appetite" for full-motion video is driving the growth of UAVs. LtCol Burton provides a Marine Unmanned Aerial Squadron overview, an OEF operational summary, and talks about evolving requirements Listen now
LtCol Timothy G. Burton, USMC, Commanding Officer, VMU-3 Phantoms (Marine Unmanned Aerial Vehicle Squadron 3), talks about how an "insatiable appetite" for full-motion video is driving the growth of UAVs. LtCol Burton provides a Marine Unmanned Aerial Squadron overview, an OEF operational summary, and talks about evolving requirements Listen now
03/14/2012
Dr. Bill Powers, Colonel (ret), Research Fellow for the US Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, talks about umanned aerial systems development for long-range strike in support of amphibious operations. Dr. Powers analyzes ISR deployment for improved precision strike capabilities, the role of unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAVs) in the long-range Listen now
Dr. Bill Powers, Colonel (ret), Research Fellow for the US Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory, talks about umanned aerial systems development for long-range strike in support of amphibious operations. Dr. Powers analyzes ISR deployment for improved precision strike capabilities, the role of unmanned combat air vehicles (UCAVs) in the long-range Listen now
02/09/2012
This interview features Dr. Bill Powers, Research Fellow at the Potomac Institute for Policy Studies, Center for Emerging Threats and Opportunities at the Marine Corps War Fighting Lab. Exploring the efficacy of UCAVs for US Long Range Strike power.
08/29/2011
Dr. Leslie Perkins, the Micro Air Vehicles Lead of the Air Force Research Laboratory, discusses the latest in terms of UAV/UAS micro vehicle technology. She details using diverse payloads to accomplish new types of missions such as WMD detection as well as increased capabilities such as longer on station time. Some of the vehicles she is Read more
10/15/2010
COL Gregory Gonzalez, Project Manager for Unmanned Aircraft Systems in the Program Executive Office for Aviation at Redstone Arsenal in Alabama, discusses UAS and its future place on the battlefield. He details efforts for manned and unmanned systems to work seamlessly to provide the best situational awareness for our warfighters deployed at Read more
09/21/2010
Robert Hallinan, a career military officer with over 30 years of military aviation related logistics and maintenance management experience discusses the logistics and sustainment issues likely to be faced given the increasing use and dependence the U.S. military has on UAV/UAS. He details the use of programs like PBL to improve processes and Read more
07/21/2010
Mr. Jean Koster, Professor of Aerospace Engineering at the University of Colorado, speaks about the HELIOS project, which is designing and testing hybrid engines for UAVs. He discusses the applications of the new technology and its potential use in military vehicles.
05/05/2010
COL Christopher Carlile, Director of the Unmanned Aircraft Systems Center for Excellence, discusses the U.S. Army's 25 year roadmap for UAV/UAS. He speaks about the near, mid, and long term program developments and upcoming plans for the systems. He also talks about the the potential impact on manned Army aviation and the possibity of Read more
04/20/2010
The United States military has always been on the cutting edge of technology, seen across many aspects of American combat power in operations Enduring Freedom and Iraqi Freedom. One such area that has experienced an enormous boom in production, fielding and deployment has been the unmanned arena. The unmanned systems that are being utilized, Read more
02/22/2010