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This week, Anduril Industries unveiled its Roadrunner, a new concept in air defense. We’ll hear about it from their Pat Morris. And A.J. Piplica, the CEO of Hermeus, on their new contract and forthcoming hypersonics tests.  Of course, we also have this week’s airpower headlines. With power from GE!

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This week, there was an airpower headline everywhere you turned. We cover them rapid-fire with Stacie Pettyjohn of the Center for A New American Security on her interview with Air Force secretary Frank Kendall; Mark Gunzinger of the Mitchell Institute on the B-21’s first flight; and our monthly update on air and missile defense from CSIS’s Dr. Tom Karako. Plus the headlines that have come in since! (All powered by GE Aerospace, of course.)

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The same technology that lets Ukrainians defend their nation against Russian tanks was used by Hamas to enable its attack on Israel. The spread of technology; the utility of airpower; the future of US high-tech programs – we talk it all with Dr. Caitlin Lee, who runs the acquisition and technology policy program at The RAND Corporation. We have this week’s headlines in airpower. And it’s all powered by GE Aerospace!

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Whether high-end fighters, swarming drones, or hypersonic weapons, former Director of Defense Research and Engineering and former Air Force chief scientist Dr. Mark Lewis has been deep in the details. He joins us to look at how to turn the latest technologies into successful programs. And NGAD news in this week’s airpower headlines. And it’s all powered by GE Aerospace!

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Whether you call them uninhabited, unmanned, or uncrewed, remotely piloted aircraft are making a big impact on today’s hot wars and the thinking about conflicts to come. The company that took UAVs big time in the United States is General Atomics Aeronautical Systems, and their president, Dave Alexander, joins us to look at what they’re doing and what’s coming down the road. And we have this week’s headlines in airpower. And it’s all powered by GE Aerospace!

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It’s AUSA convention time, and we hear from an Army aviation legend. Former Major General Jeff Schloesser goes deep on military implications of world events, the changing nature of command and operational concepts, and the future of rotorcraft. Plus we break news of a new U.S. fighter in our airpower headlines. And it’s all powered by GE Aerospace!

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With major aircraft programs taking decades to put hardware on the ramp, the military is turning to rapid acquisition to make their new platforms more relevant. Until recently, Randy Walden ran the Air Force Rapid Capabilities Office, and he joins us to explain the secret sauce that lets the B-21 and other programs speed up time. Plus air power headlines. And it’s all powered by GE Aerospace!

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