Battlefield CommunicationsAugust 11, 2017
FORT BLISS, Texas — Out in the blazing hot Texas desert, dismounted soldiers with the Army’s 101st Airborne Division’s 26th infantry regiment carried an egg-beater shaped antenna sticking out of their rucksacks to tap into a Navy satellite some 22,200 miles above Earth.
ShipbuildingAugust 01, 2017
The U.S. industrial base can support the Navy’s plan to increase the number of Virginia-class attack submarines, a report to Congress concluded.
InfotechJuly 24, 2017
It was a toasty 105 degrees in the Southwest desert when the Army hosted its media day for the Network Integration Evaluation 17.2.
Strategic WeaponsJuly 23, 2017
The Air Force this fall will select two prime contractors to begin work on an 18-year-long development program to replace the Minuteman III intercontinental ballistic missile — one of the three legs of the nuclear triad.
InfotechJuly 14, 2017
After what one senior official called “25 years of inattention,” the Defense Department is pushing ahead to make its defensive and offensive electronic warfare capabilities more robust.
SpaceJune 28, 2017
A pair of startups are poised to introduce radically new satellite antennas that have the potential to alter the look of military air, land and sea platforms.
Emerging TechnologiesJune 19, 2017
In the not so distant future they see a new age of information where today’s iPhones and Androids are rendered obsolete.
Robotics and Autonomous SystemsJune 13, 2017
The Defense Department in late April kicked off a campaign to integrate machine learning and other cutting edge computer technologies across U.S. military weapon and intelligence systems.