Augustine '57 envisions new policy dependent on military technology
America must strike a foreign policy balance between isolationism and activism by using its technological prowess, Norman Augustine '57 GS '59 told students and faculty last night at Dodds Auditorium."We need to find out how to avoid becoming '911 America,' and also not standing by while friends suffer," said Augustine, the former CEO of Lockheed-Martin.Augustine suggested that America must continue its investment in technological military innovations, but not ignore the importance of its troops."The technological contribution is significant, but only one ingredient," said Augustine, who is currently a professor in the Mechanical and Aerospace Engineering Department. Longterm developmentThroughout his speech, Augustine continued to stress the need for America to invest in the longterm development of new technologies.