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Best U.S. Army CCDC podcasts we could find (updated February 2020)
Best U.S. Army CCDC podcasts we could find
Updated February 2020
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Additive manufacturing has the potential to provide Soldiers with cutting-edge munitions. Researchers at the U.S. Army CCDC's Army Research Laboratory are exploring the technology through a program designed to push the application of additive manufacturing to new boundaries. The lab's Tracie Dean speaks with Dr. Jason Robinette, program manager for…
 
When faced with battlefield threats, American Soldiers depend more than ever on body armor to protect them. To adapt to the evolving dangers of getting shot, the Army created a flagship program dedicated to protection technologies. The U.S. Army CCDC Army Research Laboratory has an essential research program to focus attention and resources on this…
 
I traveled up to Natick, MA, late last year to learn about the diverse and unique work the team up at CCDC Soldier Center is doing to increase Soldier lethality. Our 26th episode is the first in a series highlighting some of these amazing capabilities. First up in this episode we learn about Monitoring and Assessing Soldier Tactical Readiness and E…
 
Join me in our 25th episode as sit down with 2 members of the senior executive service (SES), Ms. Katharine Kelley, Chief Human Capital Officer, U.S. Army AFC, and the CCDC deputy to the commanding general, Mr. John Willison, as we explore the topic of talent management. What is it? Why is it important to the Army and how are our two organization w…
 
Not all of the technological needs are military need will be discovered or created here in the U.S. and because of that it is important for CCDC to have an international presence. In our 24th episode, BG Vincent Malone, deputy commanding general CCDC, and Mr. Collier Slade, director CCDC Global Technology Office, talk with us about the role we play…
 
This week we get into the second of a two part podcast on one of CCDC's centers. In our 23rd episode we continue our discussion with Mr. James Amato, director, CCDC Data & Analysis Center (DAC). In this portion Mr. Amato explains the critical work his center is doing in supporting all of the Army modernization priorities and cross functional teams.…
 
This week we get into the first of a two part podcast on one of CCDC's centers. In our 22nd episode we learn about not only the newest center within CCDC, the Data & Analysis Center (DAC), but we meet the director, Mr. James Amato, and hear about his career. Find out what is DAC's mission, how they fit within CCDC and how it's helping inform the Ar…
 
People love their pets and the military is no different. Dogs play a critical role in detecting threats and engaging potential threats during operations, however due to the loud sounds associated with these events a dogs hearing is impacted in some cases with short term and potentially permanent hearing loss. CCDC ARL's subordinate organization, Ar…
 
It's hard to avoid the term multidomain operations, or MDO, around the DOD today. MDO is the concept of how we will engage and defeat near-peer adversaries going forward. This effort is being lead by our guest today Lt. Gen. Eric Wesley. In his current role as deputy commanding general, AFC, and director of the Futures and Concepts Center he assess…
 
In the 18th episode Mr. Doug Tamilio, director, CCDC Soldier Center, joins us to share the rich history of how Natick ( home of his organization) was established, the expansive workforce -minus one zoologist, as well as what it is like to be the only center managing the research, development and engineering services of 2 cross functional teams. To …
 
In our 17th episode we spoke with Ms. Jennifer Hunt of the Choctaw tribe and Ms. Karen Devins of the Onondaga tribe – both of CCDC’s C5ISR center and discuss their heritage, history and the contributions that Native Americans have provided. We also promote the CCDC lead open to the public National American Indian Heritage observance scheduled for N…
 
Our sixteenth episode is about Cyber Blitz! We speak with Col. Eric Aslakson, chief for requirements and integration at Cyber Center of Excellence and Dr. Richard Wittstruck, assosciate director, field based experimentation and integration, CCDC C5ISR Center, about this event. Cyber Blitz serves as a unique experimentation opportunity which involve…
 
Army scientists and their partners at the University of Maryland and Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory have developed a high-energy aqueous lithium-ion battery that won’t catch fire no matter how damaged it becomes. These new batteries continue to operate in conditions where traditional batteries fail. Join ARL's Tracie Dean for a special ed…
 
How does the Army stay ahead in the battle of cyber and electronic warfare? In the fifteenth episode of the "CCDC In the Lab" podcast we explore the unique Army conference, CEMA (Cyber Electromagnetic Activity), and discuss how it came to exist, what partnerships make it successful and how it ties to the Multi-Domain Operations.…
 
As a follow up to our last podcast on culture, in our fourteenth episode of the "CCDC In the Lab" podcast, Ms. Elizabeth Groover, CCDC change management lead, and Mr. Eric Stevens, CCDC Chemical Biological Center, change management team member, sit with Amanda Ligon to discuss the history, development and role of the change management team.…
 
In the thirteenth episode of the "CCDC In the Lab" podcast, Mr. John Willison, deputy to the commanding general, CCDC, talks about the command's renewed focus on culture and the role of the CCDC acculturation team, as well as the importance of embracing the pillars of culture: communication, collaboration and trust.…
 
What’s the next big thing? Imagine thinner, stronger and lighter metals, ceramics and plastics. How will that change the world? More importantly what will it mean for the U.S. Army of the future? Dr. Phil Perconti, director of the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Army Research Laboratory, talks with up-and-coming materials engine…
 
In the 12th episode of "CCDC in the Lab", titled "Futures Command Shapes Future Officers Through Internships", we sit with Mr. Chuck Hoppe, CCDC C5ISR Center, Associate Director Science, Technology and Engineering to get some background on the internship program. Then we have a group discussion with 3 current cadets in the program, Declan Kelly, Ch…
 
Army researchers are looking at how to make future unmanned aircraft systems stealthier. Current rotors are noisy. U.S. Army CCDC Army Research Laboratory aerospace engineer Dr. Matthew Floros is investigating a potential technology solution to decrease the sound of certain rotor blades by as much as 10 decibels. That's a lot quieter. Listen to the…
 
In the 11th episode of "CCDC in the Lab", titled "Army RCCTO: Pushing Innovation & Advancing Capability", we are joined by Mr. Rob Monto, lead for advanced concepts and experimentation (ACE) within the Army's Rapid Capability Critical Technology Office. In this interview we learn about the mission of the ACE office, structure of the RCCTO including…
 
In the 10th episode of "CCDC in the Lab", titled "NetModX: Field-based experimentation informing Army R&D", we sit with 2 members of the US Army Combat Capabilities Development Command C5ISR Center, Adam McCauley, NetModX project lead and Mahmoud Khalil, technical engineering lead for NetModX radio rodeo. In this interview we learn about the histor…
 
In our 9th episode, Dr. Eric Moore, SES, Director, CCDC Chemical Biological Center, shares a brief history of the Army's Chemical and Biological research, then details some amazing capabilities coming out of his organization and finally highlights programs CCDC CBC have in place to ensure they are getting the right candidates into their workforce.…
 
A pioneering Army researcher has earned the Presidential Early Career Award for Scientists and Engineers. Listen to U.S. Army CCDC Army Research Laboratory Director Dr. Phil Perconti interview Dr. Nathan Lazarus. Read more: Pioneering Army researcher earns Presidential Early Career award: https://www.army.mil/article/224221/ Recipients of the Presi…
 
Imagine a squad of future Soldiers on a long range patrol far from base with dead batteries and a desperate need to fire up their radio. One of the Soldiers reaches for a metal tablet and drops it into a container and adds water. Immediately the tablet starts to dissolve and hydrogen is released into a fuel cell. And just like that, the radio has p…
 
AI is touching and engaging with more products we use each and every day. In the third, and final, episode of the series on AI, CCDC in the Lab sat with Brig. Gen. Matt Easley, director of the U.S. Army Futures Command AI Task Force. Listen to episode 7 to hear what he has to say about the role of the task force, how it's supporting the CFTs and th…
 
In the future, Soldiers and autonomous vehicles will use tricorder-like sensors to measure electromagnetic fields. That might be valuable information for navigation in a GPS-denied environment. That's the kind of cutting edge research the Army is pursuing. U.S. Army CCDC Army Research Laboratory Director Dr. Philip Perconti talks with research phys…
 
In our 6th episode we chat via the phone with Dr. Dariusz Milkulski, research scientist, CCDC Ground Vehicle Systems Center (CCDC GVSC), about his role in leading the Army's effort towards autonomous vehicles. What are the unique challenges the military face in this field? Tune in now to learn more and don't forget to like and subscribe!…
 
Will futuristic materials self-heal using synthetic biology? The American Army of the future will leverage science and technology advances to make its Soldiers stronger and safer. At the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command's Army Research Laboratory, ARL Director Dr. Phil Perconti discusses the challenges and applications of Army rese…
 
In this episode of "CCDC in the Lab"we interview Dr. Brian Sadler, CCDC ARL, to kick-off our series on AI. Learn how the U.S Army is using AI today and where it may be used in the future. In future episodes we will hear from scientist and researchers from other CCDC Centers', as well as speak to the Army Futures Command AI Task Force. If you haven'…
 
In this 4th episode of "CCDC in the Lab" we sit down with Col. Jim Dzwonchyk, CCDC G5 director, and talk about how his team supports the command, then he talks with me about what FFME (Future Force Modernization Enterprise) is. Next, we speak with Dr. Alexander Kott, CCDC ARL chief scientist, about his unusual career journey, role at CCDC ARL and h…
 
Soldiers needing replacement parts may turn to 3-D printers in the future to rapidly deliver reliable and ultra-strong metal parts. Army researchers are looking at new technologies to create steel alloy parts from powder using a laser. At the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command's Army Research Laboratory, materials manufacturing scien…
 
NASA officials say that some rare and distinct meteorites found on Earth were actually blasted off Mars by a large impact event. One such rock from the red planet made its way to an Army laboratory recently for a special X-ray look inside. Researchers from the U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command’s Army Research Laboratory have powerfu…
 
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