Welcome to IMA.
Have an idea, click the submissions link and get it posted here.
Many cyber weapons are designed for deep maneuver. These virtual weapons drift across the Internet, jumping from computer to computer to computer, potentially travelling for years until they find the target they were designed to destroy.
Deep maneuver is also possible with autonomous robotic weapons in the real, physical world.
The winner of the next big conflict will be the side with the best understanding of how to use bots in warfare. Bots aren't just an iterative improvement in warfare, like stealth or PGMs, it's a revolution in the making. The US military, to its credit, is working on this.
What if, instead of building a sea base in American ship yards, at great expense in both construction and maintenance costs, we could build the sea base from local materials on site where ever we wanted? What if once it is built we can change its shape and purpose whenever we want?
Additive manufacturing could create a truly revolutionary way to conduct logistics for certain forward deployed forces.