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Contributor: IDGA Editorial Staff
Posted: 01/12/2016
IDGA Editorial Staff
The development of Unmanned Ground Vehicles (UGVs) and tanks is on an "irreversible" track and will soon replace armoured vehicles driven by humans, according to a senior People's Liberation Army speaking to Chinese media."Unmanned ground vehicles will play a very important role in future ground combat. Realizing that, we have begun to explore how Full Article »
Posted: 09/28/2010
Randy Donnelson on the UAS push in Maritime Domain Awareness

Randy Donnelson, Director Miami Air and Marine Branch of U.S. Customs and Border Protection, discusses the UAS "technology push" in Maritime Domain Awareness at IDGA's Maritime Homeland Security Summit in April, 2010 held in Miami, FL. He details how his agency is the only one flying the Predator B domestically and how working with the Departmen Full Video »
Contributor: Nick Younker
Posted: 07/03/2012
Current efforts to train and hand over maritime control to the Iraqi navy are proving "very challenging and difficult," according to LT Marc Lawson, USN. LT Lawson explores this and other issues such as the future for the Navy's patrol craft fleet, the Navy coastal patrol mission in the Arabian Gulf and solutions to issues facing the Navy's current PC Fleet. Full Podcast »
Posted: 02/06/2012
Oceanic Security: Mapping Global Warships Infograph
This insightful infographic highlights the most important surface warfare ships and their strategic global locations along with Surface Warfare Summit speakers and their keynote sessions relating to these ships. Browse through this list of the most common surface warfare ships used today including: frigates, patrol crafts, minesweepers, littoral combat ships, amphibious ships, aircraft carriers, cruisers and destroyers. This infographic provides useful and insightful information on the continuing programs of these ships, their strategic uses and importance within surface warfare, and their most common geographic deployments. Full Sector Report »