Jeff Martin, Military Times

Jeff Martin

Military Times

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent:
  • Military Times
  • Defense News
Past:
  • Air Force Times
  • C4ISRNET
  • Marine Corps Times
  • ArmyTimes

Recent articles by Jeff:

Man arrested in terrorism probe told FBI he’d execute a US service member for ISIS

An Alabama man has been apprehended as part of a yearslong terrorism probe in which the FBI says he told agents he would execute a U.S. service member if ordered to do so by the Islamic State group. → Read More

On the ground at DSEI 2019

From armored vehicle upgrades to brand new missiles, there was a lot on display at DSEI 2019 in London. Find that and more in this week’s episode, filmed on location. → Read More

Team Tempest gets a new partner

A new country has joined the UK's Tempest effort--setting off a European-wide competition to build a new fighter of the future. → Read More

Despite past troubles, Lockheed Martin’s Warrior upgrade is moving out for the British Army

After completing an initial 20 battlefield mission test, Lockheed Martin's upgrade to the Warrior IFV for the British Army is getting closer to entering service. → Read More

Here’s how Rheinmetall and BAE want to make the Challenger 2 tank more lethal

Find out what RBSL, the joint venture between the two companies, wants to do to make British Challenger 2 tanks more capable. → Read More

Meet Nammo’s new ramjet-powered missile

At DSEI 2019, Nammo has unveiled a new missile powered by a ramjet that could have a lot of applications including as a SAM or air-to-air missile. → Read More

How is the relationship between Turkey and a major NATO HQ that calls it home?

Lt. Gen. J.T. Thomson, commander of NATO Allied Land Command, talks with Jen Judson on the military relationship with Turkey that his command has at the DSEI Day Zero Strategic Conferences. → Read More

Just how ready are NATO’s alert forces?

Lt. Gen. J.T. Thomson, commander of NATO's Allied Land Command, discusses the readiness and structure of NATO's deterrence forces in Europe at DSEI 2019. → Read More

What is the RAF’s plans for future command and control?

Jill Aitoro addresses that question with the chief of staff for the UK's Air Battle Staff, Group Captain Richard Yates, at DSEI 2019. → Read More

Decades late, the B-52 is getting a new nuclear weapon

To keep the B-52 bomber relevant for its nuclear mission, the U.S. Air Force is preparing to spend billions of dollars to develop a new air-launched cruise missile. → Read More

Organizing the future U.S. Army

On this episode, we look at the future of the Army, leadership changes in the Navy and a groundbreaking missile test. → Read More

A major missile defense program has been cancelled. What’s next?

After the Pentagon cancelled the Redesigned Kill Vehicle Program, find out what's next for the Ground Based Midcourse Defense system. → Read More

Gilday takes over as CNO as the Navy faces challenges

With a daunting list of issues to resolve, Admiral Mike Gilday is now the Chief of Naval Operations, taking the helm of the sea service. → Read More

Taiwan cleared for new fighters

Taiwan has been approved to buy 66 of the latest F-16s. → Read More

Space Command to stand up as Space Force takes shape

While a lot of work remains to establish the new U.S. Space Force, the revived Space Command is set to stand up this month. → Read More

How will multi-domain operations change the Army’s structure?

Lt. Gen. Eric Wesley explains how the Army will likely change as the multi-domain operations concept is introduced. → Read More

What does a maritime logistics force of the future look like?

Find out what the U.S. Navy might need to do to modernize an aging logistics force. → Read More

Most of the Air Force’s C-130 fleet is back in the air

After cracks were found in an aircraft and caused the grounding of many aircraft, most are back in the skies. → Read More

MDA director against THAAD transfer to Army

The Missile Defense Agency director, Vice Adm. Jon Hill, is against the transfer of the Terminal High Altitude Area Defense System to the Army. Find out why. → Read More

What roles will space and missile defense play in multi domain warfare?

Find out what has to be done in those domains to make them effective. → Read More