The Trident system is a key operational component of the NATO deterrent architecture, and without an effective infrastructure to support Trident, NATO may find itself in the new, and unenviable position of relative nuclear weakness.
About the Author
Jared Dunnmon is a current PhD student pursuing NASA-funded research in Mechanical Engineering at Stanford University. His work involves developing X-ray diagnostics and high-fidelity computational modeling capabilities to enable predictive design of a class of low-emission, high power density burners that would allow for widespread use of non-petroleum fuels in land-based gas turbines and aerospace engines. Jared holds a B.S. in Mechanical Engineering and Economics from Duke University as well as both an MSc. in Mathematical Modeling & Scientific Computing and MBA awarded while studying at the University of Oxford as a Rhodes Scholar. Jared has previously interned on the Senate Foreign Relations Committee, worked as a strategic consultant for a Tanzania-based solar energy company, and published in fields as diverse as energy harvesting, transportation infrastructure, nuclear fusion, x-ray diagnostics, and foreign policy. His current research interests span the interaction of dual-use nuclear technologies with emerging cyberthreats.
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