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Using a beam of light as a weapon may not be a recent military development. If the legend is true, Greek mathematician and engineer Archimedes directed the rays of the sun at enemy ships using mirrors—thousands of years ago. Today, directed energy weapons use high-energy lasers and high-power microwave systems against emerging threats.
It is time to get these weapons into the hands of U.S. warfighters. What are the steps needed to develop and field directed energy capabilities? There is a need to address operational considerations of directed energy weapons, such as testing and training. Plus, industry needs to keep building awareness of the potential of directed energy. And, prototypes are needed in the field for testing.
Directed energy’s applications for missile defense are real. Read more on my perspective at Fortune.com.
Directed energy weapons rely on a distinct industrial base and component supply chain for the high-energy lasers and high-powered microwave systems. Leaders from a few of these companies share insight into the current health of the industrial base. Read More
These videos offer the latest discussion in the evolution of Directed Energy, from the 2018 Directed Energy Summit. Featuring Colonel Dennis Wille, Brigadier General Gen Huyck, Lieutenant General R. Scott Williams, General Robin Rand, Dr. David Stoudt and Mark Gunzinger Read More