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Technological Innovations in the Defense Manufacturing Industry

As technological innovations continue to make our lives better and easier each day, we have become much more comfortable with the help of technology over the years. Today, we are seeing various technological innovations changing our lives for the better with the use of cloud computing, augmented reality, self driving cars, as well as the […]

Can We Really Teach Wisdom? | Arms Industries

Can We Really Teach Wisdom?

In today’s hyperactive digital age, attaining wisdom is a challenge. We are constantly glued to our phone screens, computers tablets, and TV’s; their endless apps are constantly vying for our immediate attention. Amid this struggle for attention, it has become increasingly difficult for many people to find the time and mental energy for engaging in […]

Top 8 Trends for Manufacturing in 2021

Top 8 Trends for Manufacturing in 2021

This article describes some of the Top 8 trends to watch out for in the manufacturing industry as they reshape 2021! Manufacturing in 2020 and the Coronavirus Pandemic     Moving from Industry 4.0 to Industry 5.0 Employee Health and Safety is still a priority Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality Manufacturers aligning business models to focus […]

COVID-19 Vaccine in American Workplace

COVID-19 Vaccine in American Workplace

Can employers make COVID-19 vaccination mandatory for employees? Yes, however there are some exceptions. Experts tell us while employers can require employees to take COVID-19 safety precautions, to include being administered COVID-19 vaccination, they are also telling us that for those employees who are refusing the COVID-19 vaccination, this doesn’t necessarily mean they will be […]

Increasing Jobs Despite Manufacturing Slowdown

Increasing Jobs Despite Manufacturing Slowdown

The U.S. economy produced 225,000 new jobs in January although the continued loss of manufacturing positions suggests American product manufactures aren’t entirely free from concern after an uninspiring end to 2019.

U.S. Manufacturing 2019 Recession

U.S. Manufacturing 2019 Recession

Defying fears and predictions, the U.S. economy is still shrugging off Donald Trump’s trade conflicts. Employers added 266,000 jobs in November, and unemployment matched a 50-year low of 3.5% all while the Trump administration is waging a punishing trade war with China and other trading partners. Still, farmers are suffering. Manufacturers are mired in a […]

Economic Anxiety Over Government Shutdown

Economic Anxiety Over Government Shutdown

As economic anxiety over U.S. government shutdown worsens, more than 30 organizations across the nation’s aviation and space transportation sectors are urging an end to the month long government shutdown.

Is Quantum Computing Enough to Combat Cybersecurity

Is Quantum Computing Enough to Combat Cybersecurity

Quantum computing is expected to make existing forms of cybersecurity obsolete, but the coming revolution has not jolted researchers and firms to fully invest in the technology, according to the community, experts and industry officials.

New U.S. Cyber Command Advanced Capabilities

New U.S. Cyber Command Advanced Capabilities

For most of its history, U.S. Cyber Command has plunged into operations without having first finalized its organization and force. Now that the cyber mission force has been built, the command is beginning to work out strategic problems and how to employ its capabilities in an environment where operations can change at the millisecond level.

Pentagon Bills Saudi Arabia $331 Million for U.S. Aerial Refueling

Pentagon Bills Saudi Arabia $331 Million for U.S. Aerial Refueling

Saudi Arabia’s Deputy Defense Minister Mohammed Al-Ayesh meets US Defense Secretary James Mattis (R) next to NATO Secretary-General Jens Stoltenberg (L) during a meeting at the Alliance headquarters in Brussels, Belgium, February 15, 2017. The Pentagon announced it will bill Saudi Arabia and the United Arab Emirates $331 million after undercharging the two countries for […]