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Ryan McCarthy: Army Needs to Adopt Additive Manufacturing

Ryan McCarthy, secretary of the U.S. Army, said the service branch needs to implement 3D printing or additive manufacturing for cost reduction and capability boost purposes, Defense News reported Sunday. He said at the Reagan National Defense Forum that the Army must adopt 3D printing for the production of spare parts for weapon systems.

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Ryan McCarthy: Army Focuses on Cloud as Precursor to AI

The U.S. Army is working on its cloud architecture and intends to do so for two more years before investing in artificial intelligence technology, Fedscoop reported Friday. Ryan McCarthy, secretary of the Army, said at an American Enterprise Institute event that cloud would serve as the groundwork for the service branch's future AI-related efforts.

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Army Reveals Six Modernization Objectives

The U.S. Army has unveiled six key priorities in line with its modernization initiative. The service branch said Tuesday that it seeks to prioritize update efforts in combat vehicles, future vertical lift systems, long-range precision fires, network capacities, soldier lethality and missile defense.

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