Secure Maritime 5G Overview

In partnership with AT&T, the Naval Postgraduate School and the Sea Land Air Military Research Initiative, is exploring how 5G technology can be used to connect ships, all-domain autonomous systems, and sensors in the domains where the U.S. Navy and U.S. Marine Corps operate.

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New National Defense Strategy Published

New National Defense Strategy Published

The Pentagon issued an updated National Defense Strategy and Nuclear Posture Review earlier today, which follows the recently published updated National Security Strategy

According to the new National Defense Strategy

“The [U.S. Department of Defense] will focus on safeguarding and advancing vital U.S. national interests. We will work alongside other agencies and departments to:

  • Protect the security of the American people;
  • Expand economic prosperity and opportunity; and
  • Realize and defend the values at the heart of the American way of life.” (p. 1)

The National Defense Strategy identifies four priorities:

  • “Defend[ing] the homeland”;
  • “Deter[ring] strategic attacks against the United States, our Allies, and our partners”;
  • “Deter[ring] aggression and … prevail[ing] in conflicts when necessary”; and
  • “Building a resilient Joint Force and defense ecosystem.” (p. 1)

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The Secure Maritime 5G node:

  • supports course and lab work by Navy and Marine Corps personnel,
  • facilitates research and development in support of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command operational requirements,
  • adds to the U.S. Navy's secure, all-domain research environments,
  • sits atop a temporary pole at SLAMR's Beach Laboratory, and
  • is short-range and active for short periods of time.