Sean
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Sean Pillai

 

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1LT Sean Pillai currently serves in the US Military as a Rifle Platoon Leader with the 181 Infantry (L) in Cambridge, MA, Army National Guard. He was the Publisher and is a former Senior Editor for www.idga.org and www.defenceiq.com where he supervised content production and advised the global conference production teams on topic generation and strategy. His operational knowledge includes the US Army, Marine Corps and Navy from time spent served in joint operations and exercises globally.    

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Pillai: Good afternoon and welcome to the Defence IQ’s Podcast Series. Joining us is Lieutenant Colonel AJ Pasagian, United States Marine Corps, Programme Manager for infantry combat equipment at Marine Corps Systems Command in Quantico, Virginia. Infantry combat equipment is the body armour that a marine infantry man relies on to survive...Full Article »
The United Kingdom has become one of the most adaptable fighting forces today. Key lessons learned in counterinsurgency operations in the Malayan peninsula and Ireland have given senior leaders the ability to adapt, change and overcome a given threat. This has also been seen in both Operation Enduring and Operation Iraqi Freedom. The...Full Article »
The United States Army has strived to stay ahead of battlefield threats in any and all operational environments. Given the increased casualty rates directly correlated to Operations Iraqi Freedom and Operation Enduring Freedom, the need for immediate casualty communication is paramount. Mitigating factors in any combat environment complicate...Full Article »
The U.S. Navy and Marine Corps have led the way in the Fighter Attack arena since the inception of Naval Aviation. In the ever changing environment of military aviation, the USN and USMC demand state-of-the-art upgrades and modifications to existing fleet aircraft. Aircraft upgrades include anything from cockpit avionics to FLIR and next...Full Article »
Software Defined Radio has become an ever-increasing hot topic within the military community. The growing importance of the Joint Tactical Radio System (JTRS) has put great focus on the ability for a platform that is flexible and able to be modified extensively; and the release of the JTRS APIs in April 2007 has given the SDR community worldwide...Full Article »
The United States Military and coalition forces have battled an insurgent force in Iraq and Afghanistan since the beginning of combat operations in both theatres. The insurgency has forced an operational dichotomy in how forces go about their combat operations. Forces must now interact with a local populace while simultaneously seeking and...Full Article »
In this podcast, Greg Zinone discusses some of the challenges and experiences of forming Pro vs. GI Joe, an organization that provides relaxation opportunities for deployed military members by allowing them to "play" against professional athletes. The United Service Organizations (USO) provides a service to members of the United States...Full Article »
Lieutenant Colonel Myles is the Product Manager for Soldier Survivability Items and is responsible for the equipment and gear that every soldier in the Army wears in order to survive in a hostile environment. LTC Myles speaks about the new Advanced Combat Helmet, which offers superior ballistic and impact head protection. The Army has fielded...Full Article »
Donovan Campbell, the author of Joker One, joins Defence IQ to speak about his new book. Campbell deployed a total of three times and served as a Rifle platoon leader in Iraq and now works for Pepsi Co. in Dallas, Texas. Campbell will also talk about his experiences in the Marines and his job in the civilian world. Listen to Donovan Campbell...Full Article »
After his leadership and command of all Army supply in Desert Storm, Lt. Gen. (Ret.) William "Gus" Pagonis is considered by many to be a logistical guru. Lt. Gen. Pagonis spearheaded the logistical push into Kuwait during Desert Storm/Shield, including the initial build up of forces. His small team of logisticians tackled a mountain of logistics...Full Article »
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