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I'm Now a Civilian Military Analyst

Discussion in 'Vets and Friends' started by Steven Yeadon, Feb 21, 2020.

  1. Steven Yeadon

    Steven Yeadon Well-Known Member
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    I'm a published military analyst now. Thought I'd share. My drive is to make sure more troops come home safe by writing high quality analysis I share and discuss with the uniformed services. I wanted to join the military since being a kid, but can't due to disability.

    This is my first published article from over a year ago. I analyze the concept of long-range amphibious operations, which would trade greater range for lighter Marine forces. The eventual goal being blue-water amphibious operations.

    Pushing the Limits of Range: Long range Amphibious Operations

    The first of two articles in a recently published series I wrote for US Army Fires Bulletin. I take an in-depth look at the field artillery capabilities of Russia and China.

    https://t.co/DatOrdTubQ?amp=1

    The second article in a series of two articles I wrote for US Army Fires Bulletin. Published recently, this article looks at the future of war in light of rapid advancements in the use of field artillery.

    https://t.co/4WpwjbRWwI

    Within the next few months, two more articles I wrote will be published.

    One article will look at the near-term utility of powered exoskeletons in military combat. I take a look at the capabilities, limitations, and vulnerabilities combat powered exoskeletons will have using current technologies.

    The second article looks at the capabilities, limitations, and vulnerabilities of US Army air assaults using the Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft or FLRAA. An Army program to replace the Blackhawks.
     
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    Good job and good luck to you, Steven. You must have some incredible data sources in order to publish material like in those links.
     
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