Todd South, Military Times

Todd South

Military Times

Washington, DC, United States

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Recent articles by Todd:

Former DIA analyst pleads guilty to passing Top Secret information to journalists

Henry Kyle Frese faces 10 years in prison at his June sentencing. → Read More

The Army will need new units to man new weapons systems

Changing the ways of warfare may pose a need for different types of units. → Read More

Top enlisted soldier tries 'do-it-all’ goggle being tested by Army, Marines

The Army wants to begin buying 40,000 sets of IVAS starting next year. → Read More

Are heavy ground combat units better than light forces and airstrikes?

Geography and adversaries differ, but some units carry more weight → Read More

Soldiers now testing robot snakes, electric combat scooters and thermal-masking blankets

Soldiers are now running force-on-force exercises using novel tech. → Read More

The Army wants to buy 40,000 ‘mixed reality’ goggles

The goggle would go to top tier Army units first. → Read More

Army task force takeover could spell doom for infantry reform

Defense secretary says move will help field innovations more quickly. → Read More

Army veteran killed in hit-and-run on New Jersey Turnpike

The 33-year-old former sergeant served 10 years in the Army National Guard. → Read More

How an Army vet became the “cyber Rambo” in an alleged Bolivian coup

Suarez created an algorithm to do automated retweets. → Read More

This lance corporal’s simple fix could save the Corps a lot of money

This lance corporal’s device cost only costs .50 cents to manufacture. → Read More

Bean counters, not bullets, are key to Afghanistan’s future

Some vital Afghanistan progress measures are either classified or no longer being tracked. → Read More

New Corps formation: Marine littoral regiment may be how the Corps fights future battles

The concept is still in its infancy and critical aspects are still being fleshed out, the Corps confirmed. → Read More

From long-range fires to countering drones, the Army looks to link weapons systems across the force

The Joint All-Domain Command and Control project will connect systems. → Read More

How the Army uses tech to balance awareness with battlefield distractions

The Army is working on research to balance awareness with battlefield distractions through the use of cognitive studies and innovative technologies. → Read More

Former Green Beret pleads guilty to stealing government money while on Afghan deployment

Chamberlain was one of five in a $200,000 conspiracy. → Read More

New in 2020: New binocular night vision and thermal vision headed to Marine grunts

The Corps expects to procure up to 14,000 devices, aimed at infantry squads. → Read More

Navy SEAL arraigned on murder charges in death of Green Beret

Out of the four men charged in connection to the death of Staff Sgt. Logan J. Melgar, Navy Chief Special Tony E. DeDolph was the latest arraigned on charges of conspiracy, assault, obstruction of justice, burglary, involuntary manslaughter, hazing and felony murder. → Read More

Marines run long-range insertion, urban attack with Portuguese in ‘Wild Crocodile II’

They’ll move from Moron Air Base, Spain, to Lisbon, Portugal ― a distance of about 320 miles. → Read More

New in 2020: Big changes coming for Marine Corps jobs, gear as fight shifts near peer

Marines working in some traditional, stand-by fields such as artillery, motor transport and aviation are likely to see their jobs change dramatically in the coming years. → Read More

The Pacific must mean more than Korea rotations for the Army to counter China

Increased rotations, more troops key to Army competing in the region. → Read More