SpaceJuly 10, 2018
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, working alongside Boeing and Aerojet Rocketdyne, recently demonstrated that it could successfully fire the AR-22 booster rocket engine 10 times over 240 hours.
Robotics and Autonomous SystemsJuly 10, 2018
With the Defense Department investing more funding into artificial intelligence platforms, Special Operations Command is also looking at how it can leverage such technologies to assist commandos around the globe.
InfotechJuly 09, 2018
With the security of Chinese-manufactured chips being called into question, the Defense Department is considering beefing up its investment in microelectronics, officials have said.
Air Force NewsJune 28, 2018
A recent fatal crash of an A-29 Super Tucano is unlikely to put the kibosh on the Air Force’s light attack experiment, the commander of Air Combat Command said June 28.
ShipbuildingJune 26, 2018
In order to get to an eventual 355-ship fleet, the Navy must more aggressively apply artificial intelligence and new design techniques to accelerate the time it takes to build and repair vessels, said a top service official June 26.
Special OperationsJune 26, 2018
Navy SEALs — some of the U.S. military’s most elite forces — are tasked with carrying out covert, dangerous and challenging missions across the globe.
Air PowerJune 22, 2018
The Boeing Co. is predicting it will turn a corner this year on the long-delayed KC-46 Pegasus aerial refueling tanker program after a pair of high-profile schedule slippages.
Emerging TechnologiesJune 21, 2018
Unless the United States continues to make significant investments in research and development programs, the nation will fall behind China in terms of technological superiority, said the vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff June 21.