|Stew Magnuson||3/24/2017 3:20 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/24/2017 3:37 PM|
The Army intends to buy 20 robotic mules from manufacturers and send them out with brigades for a year-long operational test and evaluation, the service’s program manager in charge or unmanned ground systems said March 23.
|Stew Magnuson||3/24/2017 11:20 AM||0|| ||Approved||3/24/2017 11:39 AM|
Former Undersecretary of Acquisitions, Technology and Logistics Frank Kendall, in one of his first public speeches since leaving the Defense Department, let it be known that he didn’t like the idea of busting up his former position into three separate jobs.
“I don’t think there is a problem being solved here,” he said.
|Yasmin Tadjdeh||3/23/2017 5:04 PM||1|| ||Approved||3/23/2017 5:08 PM|
The Navy and Marine Corps are gearing up to host a major exercise that will bring together members of industry, scientists, engineers and warfighters to experiment with new technologies that could shape the future force.
|Yasmin Tadjdeh||3/23/2017 4:36 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/23/2017 4:38 PM|
Pentagon Studying How Best to Acquire Satellite Communications
|Vivienne Machi||3/23/2017 1:29 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/23/2017 1:31 PM|
The upcoming budget proposal for fiscal year 2018 will include "significant" increases for counter-drone technology, a senior official from of the office of the secretary of defense said March 22.
|Vivienne Machi||3/22/2017 4:44 PM||1|| ||Approved||3/22/2017 4:52 PM|
The United States military lacks clear rules of engagement as it seeks to defend the nation’s space assets, the deputy commander of Strategic Command said March 22.
|Brian Taylor||3/22/2017 3:02 PM||1|| ||Approved||3/23/2017 9:53 AM|
The Army is eager to move ahead with robotic systems that can serve as mules for overloaded troops and with driverless trucks that can follow one another in convoys, but the prices companies are proposing are coming in too high, a service official said March 23.
|Vivienne Machi||3/22/2017 12:03 PM||2|| ||Approved||3/22/2017 2:29 PM|
|Vivienne Machi||3/21/2017 4:48 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/21/2017 4:50 PM|
As the competition for the U.S. Air Force’s new advanced pilot trainer system progresses, Lockheed Martin executives are confident that their T-50A jet trainer will be ready ahead of schedule and with cost savings that its competitors will be unable to beat.
|Yasmin Tadjdeh||3/21/2017 4:19 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/21/2017 4:23 PM|
Lockheed Martin is moving forward with miniaturized defensive systems designed to counter enemy rockets, artillery and mortars, a company vice president said March 21.
|Brian Taylor||3/21/2017 3:37 PM||1|| ||Approved||3/21/2017 3:43 PM|
President Donald Trump’s promises of deregulation could extend to the defense industry, although the specifics are still unknown. The White House already has kicked off a deregulatory agenda in other sectors, and the CEOs of top Pentagon contractors expect the president to take action in the defense sector as well.
|Yasmin Tadjdeh||3/21/2017 1:59 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/21/2017 3:00 PM|
Lockheed Martin is planning to grow its international sales as countries around the globe make investments in defense platforms, and President Donald Trump pressures European allies to spend more on security, said the company’s CEO.
|Sandra Erwin||3/20/2017 12:53 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/20/2017 1:08 PM|
Federal Contractors Seek Edge in Specialized Services. Engility CEO Lynne Dugle speaks about the future of the services market.
|Vivienne Machi||3/17/2017 2:42 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/17/2017 2:50 PM|
NATO's communication and information technology arm is seeking industry partnerships as it takes on a multi-year modernization effort for its information-technology systems, according to the organization's acquisition director.
|Yasmin Tadjdeh||3/17/2017 11:25 AM||1|| ||Approved||3/17/2017 11:34 AM|
A powerful 60-kilowatt laser that could knock out enemy drones or burn a hole through a truck will soon be delivered to the Army.
|Sandra Erwin||3/16/2017 7:52 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/16/2017 7:54 PM|
Pentagon: $30B Budget Bump in 2017 Only a ‘Down Payment’
|Yasmin Tadjdeh||3/16/2017 3:38 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/16/2017 3:48 PM|
The General Services Administration has renewed a contract with Lockheed Martin to run a Defense Department cyber crime center, a company executive said March 16.
|Vivienne Machi||3/16/2017 3:11 PM||1|| ||Approved||3/16/2017 3:36 PM|
Industry can expect an invitation March 17 to participate in the U.S. Air Force's light-attack aircraft experiment, known as OA-X, a top service acquisition leader said. A commercial-off-the-shelf aircraft could provide light attack and close-air support to fourth- and fifth-generation fighters and help the service save money, Lt. Gen. Arnold Bunch, military deputy, office of the assistant Air Force secretary for Acquisition, said March 16 at an Air Force Association event in Arlington, Virginia.
|Vivienne Machi||3/15/2017 12:55 PM||1|| ||Approved||3/15/2017 12:59 PM|
The Army’s Rapid Capabilities Office is borrowing ideas from Special Operations Command’s acquisition branch as it seeks to usher new technologies into the force.
|Brian Taylor||3/14/2017 5:11 PM||3|| ||Approved||3/14/2017 5:13 PM|
The Army aims to have technology demonstrators for a next-generation combat vehicle completed within about five years, according to the director of mounted requirements at the service’s Maneuver Center of Excellence.
|Brian Taylor||3/14/2017 11:45 AM||0|| ||Approved||3/14/2017 11:49 AM|
The Army’s ability to secure sufficient funding from Congress for modernization in the coming years will depend on the success or failure of the Pentagon’s business reform agenda, a service leader said March 14.
|Brian Taylor||3/14/2017 9:54 AM||1|| ||Approved||3/14/2017 10:01 AM|
BAE Systems is reintroducing an unmanned combat vehicle prototype as the Army pursues “robotic wingman” technology.
|Brian Taylor||3/13/2017 2:25 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/13/2017 3:26 PM|
The pursuit of “multi-domain battle” capabilities will help dictate the Army’s acquisition priorities in the coming years, service leaders said March 13.
|Sandra Erwin||3/13/2017 9:54 AM||2|| ||Approved||3/13/2017 10:01 AM|
Trump’s proposed military buildup would pump billions of dollars into Army coffers, but little of that money will be spent to design and develop new weapon systems.
|Sandra Erwin||3/12/2017 5:31 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/12/2017 5:35 PM|
Italy’s Leonardo Embraces Underdog Status in U.S. Air Force Trainer Competition
|Stew Magnuson||3/9/2017 10:42 AM||0|| ||Approved||3/9/2017 10:49 AM|
The Air Force is kicking off a pilot program that may lead to contractors taking over day-to-day operations of some of its satellite systems.
|Brian Taylor||3/8/2017 2:44 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/8/2017 2:47 PM|
Commercial satellite operators, which supply most of the bandwidth needed by the military for global communications, are having a difficult time finding rockets to loft their spacecraft after two major launch providers have suffered recent technical problems.
|Brian Taylor||3/7/2017 3:25 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/7/2017 3:28 PM|
The Air Force is continuing to study how it wants to proceed with developing its next-generation of military communications satellites, said a service official March 7. And it has no timeline in mind for when it might start new acquisition cycles.
|Brian Taylor||3/7/2017 12:08 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/7/2017 12:16 PM|
Amazon founder and space entrepreneur Jeff Bezos announced March 7 that commercial satellite operator Eutelsat will be the first paying customer for his next-generation reusable rocket, which is named after his boyhood hero, Mercury astronaut John Glenn.
|Sandra Erwin||3/5/2017 3:50 PM||2|| ||Approved||3/5/2017 3:54 PM|
Trump’s Budget Plan Hits Wall of Opposition: Is the Military Buildup in Jeopardy?
|Vivienne Machi||3/3/2017 5:06 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/3/2017 5:22 PM|
ORLANDO, Fla. — The U.S. Air Force will rely on a blend of live, virtual and constructive techniques to prepare its airmen to fight future battles in multiple domains at once and across disciplines, service leaders said March 3.
|Vivienne Machi||3/3/2017 2:34 PM||3|| ||Approved||3/3/2017 2:36 PM|
ORLANDO, Fla. — The Air Force Special Operations leader told reporters March 3 that the command is “months to maybe a year out” from flight testing a directed energy weapon aboard an AC-130 gunship.
|Vivienne Machi||3/2/2017 4:30 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/2/2017 4:33 PM|
ORLANDO, Fla. — The Air Force needs industry's help to take its next-generation command-and-control systems to the next level, the service chief of staff said March 2.
|Sandra Erwin||3/1/2017 3:11 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/1/2017 3:12 PM|
Soldiers Prepare for Possibility of Chemical Attacks.Teams of U.S. and South Korean soldiers are now training for such eventuality.
|Vivienne Machi||3/1/2017 2:25 PM||0|| ||Approved||3/2/2017 11:03 AM|
The Boeing Co. plans to partner with Leonardo Helicopters to offer the MH-139 multi-mission rotorcraft as a replacement for the Air Force's UH-1N light utility helicopter, according to company executives.
|Sandra Erwin||2/27/2017 9:40 AM||0|| ||Approved||2/27/2017 9:44 AM|
How to defend satellites in space has moved up the list of top issues in U.S. war planning.
|Vivienne Machi||2/24/2017 1:21 PM||4|| ||Approved||2/24/2017 1:23 PM|
The Air Force needs to more aggressively pursue a next-generation platform capable of penetrating deep into hostile airspace, the head of Air Combat Command said Feb. 24.
|Vivienne Machi||2/23/2017 2:41 PM||1|| ||Approved||2/23/2017 4:28 PM|
The Air Force's supplemental budget request will include funds to pay for an experiment that may lead to the procurement of a commercial-off-the-shelf light attack aircraft, the service's chief of staff said Feb. 23.
|Yasmin Tadjdeh||2/23/2017 2:17 PM||2|| ||Approved||2/23/2017 2:28 PM|
The Navy’s research-and-development arm is drafting a 30-year plan to help it map out the introduction of new technologies, a service official said Feb. 23.
|Sandra Erwin||2/23/2017 1:28 PM||2|| ||Approved||2/23/2017 1:29 PM|
An Early Look at Mattis’ Cost-Cutting Strategy Business Reforms Acquisition Overhaul
|Sandra Erwin||2/20/2017 1:21 PM||0|| ||Approved||2/20/2017 1:26 PM|
Complications Loom for Trump’s Defense Budget
|Sandra Erwin||2/17/2017 4:19 PM||0|| ||Approved||2/19/2017 5:38 AM|
Vendors Cautiously Optimistic As Army Prepares to Solicit New Bids for Soldier Radios
|Stew Magnuson||2/16/2017 1:50 PM||0|| ||Approved||2/16/2017 2:10 PM|
BETHESDA, Md. — The Intelligence Advanced Research Projects Activity, the spy agencies’ technology incubator, celebrated its 10th year by transitioning a large number of programs to its clients, its director said Feb. 15.
|Vivienne Machi||2/15/2017 3:26 PM||2|| ||Approved||2/15/2017 3:30 PM|
Special Operations Command's much talked about tactical assault light operator suit is on track to make its debut in 2018, SOCOM's chief acquisitions executive said Feb.15.
|Brian Taylor||2/14/2017 11:48 AM||0|| ||Approved||2/21/2017 8:15 AM|
BETHESDA, Md. — U.S. Special Operations Forces are seeking portable and flexible technologies, particularly in the realm of sensors, unmanned systems and data processing, to counter an ever-growing and diverse mission set, the command’s leader said Feb. 14.
|Sandra Erwin||2/13/2017 2:25 PM||1|| ||Approved||2/13/2017 2:26 PM|
Military Plays Catch Up As Consumer Robots Get Smarter and Cheaper
|Vivienne Machi||2/8/2017 2:25 PM||0|| ||Approved||2/10/2017 12:21 PM|
During the recent Super Bowl, a major car manufacturer celebrated the U.S. military by virtually transporting several servicemembers stationed overseas to stadium seats next to their loved ones at NRG Stadium in Houston, Texas.
|Yasmin Tadjdeh||2/7/2017 12:44 PM||1|| ||Approved||2/7/2017 12:46 PM|
It is not surprising that companies are dropping out of the highly anticipated T-X trainer program, the chief of staff of the Air Force said Feb. 7.
|Sandra Erwin||2/6/2017 4:56 PM||0|| ||Approved||2/6/2017 5:03 PM|
Budget forecasters are beginning to paint a picture of what the Trump administration’s defense buildup might look like. Almost everyone agrees that spending will not skyrocket to the level congressional hawks and defense industry would like, so the question is how the Pentagon will prioritize whatever additional funding it winds up receiving.
|Sandra Erwin||2/6/2017 11:00 AM||2|| ||Approved||2/6/2017 11:47 AM|
Even as their needs for data analysis continue to grow, the U.S. military and intelligence communities are not harnessing machine learning technology to its full potential.
|Sandra Erwin||2/2/2017 3:48 PM||0|| ||Approved||2/2/2017 3:49 PM|
Defense pundits and industry watchers were surprised this week when the Pentagon released extensive new “budget guidance” from Secretary James Mattis that spells out the process for how the Pentagon will justify its upcoming funding request to Congress.
|Sandra Erwin||2/1/2017 2:38 PM||3|| ||Approved||2/1/2017 2:38 PM|
Marine Corps to Plead Case for More Aircraft, Spare Parts, Maintenance Crews
|Sandra Erwin||1/29/2017 6:29 PM||3|| ||Approved||1/29/2017 6:30 PM|
F-35 Review: A Fresh Look at the Industrial Base
|Sandra Erwin||1/28/2017 6:13 PM||1|| ||Approved||1/28/2017 6:17 PM|
Army Seeks to Tap Into Auto Industry’s Massive R&D Spending
|Sandra Erwin||1/26/2017 6:01 PM||0|| ||Approved||1/26/2017 6:05 PM|
Turbulent Times for Defense Civilian Workers
|Brian Taylor||1/23/2017 4:23 PM||0|| ||Approved||1/23/2017 4:26 PM|
President Donald Trump’s plan to increase defense spending could be delayed as Republicans and Democrats fight over other administration priorities, analysts said Jan. 23.
|Sandra Erwin||1/23/2017 2:11 PM||2|| ||Approved||1/23/2017 2:11 PM|
Defense Secretary Mattis ‘Hits Ground Running’
|Sandra Erwin||1/19/2017 4:43 PM||0|| ||Approved||1/20/2017 6:28 PM|
Despite popular belief, the Pentagon in recent years has reduced the cost of many weapons programs, it has diversified the supplier base and acquired cutting-edge technology faster than was thought possible, departing Obama administration officials insist.
|Vivienne Machi||1/18/2017 2:02 PM||0|| ||Approved||1/18/2017 2:04 PM|
The Air Force may begin eyeing potential commercial-off-the-shelf light attack aircraft to add to its fleets as early as this spring, the service's chief of staff said Jan. 18.
|Brian Taylor||1/18/2017 10:20 AM||0|| ||Approved||1/18/2017 10:21 AM|
The Pentagon’s top weapons buyer is worried that President-elect Donald Trump will appoint someone ill-suited to succeed him.
|Sandra Erwin||1/17/2017 7:51 PM||0|| ||Approved||1/17/2017 7:54 PM|
Surge in Military Aircraft Sales Projected Amid Commercial Slump
|Sandra Erwin||1/17/2017 8:58 AM||0|| ||Approved||1/17/2017 9:07 AM|
The revival of U.S. manufacturing was a dominant theme of the 2016 presidential election. As the jobs rhetoric has grown louder, federal agencies led by the Defense Department have been quietly laying the foundation for a high-tech manufacturing surge.
|Vivienne Machi||1/13/2017 4:43 PM||0|| ||Approved||1/13/2017 4:44 PM|
As the U.S. Army's top civilian leader Eric Fanning prepares to leave his post, his biggest budget concerns remain how the service will fund equipment modernization and revitalize infrastructure in the years to come, he said Jan. 13.
|Brian Taylor||1/13/2017 8:33 AM||3|| ||Approved||1/13/2017 8:34 AM|
The Navy is preparing to release a draft request for proposals for a new frigate by spring, a service official said Jan. 12.
|Sandra Erwin||1/12/2017 4:25 PM||0|| ||Approved||1/12/2017 4:43 PM|
As he prepares to leave office as the Army’s top civilian leader, Eric K. Fanning is urging his successor to rethink how the service works with the private sector and acquires technology.
|Vivienne Machi||1/12/2017 3:47 PM||0|| ||Approved||1/12/2017 3:47 PM|
The U.S Navy's path to expanding its fleet to over 350 ships will not be easy, but it is possible, service leaders said at the annual Surface Navy Association symposium.
|Sandra Erwin||1/12/2017 2:51 PM||1|| ||Approved||1/12/2017 2:58 PM|
Mattis Should Win Confirmation, But Can He Win the Coming Budget Wars?
|Vivienne Machi||1/12/2017 2:43 PM||1|| ||Approved||1/12/2017 2:46 PM|
The Navy hopes to boost the size of its fleet in the coming years after President-elect Donald Trump takes office. Adding amphibious ships to the force would be the top priority for the Marine Corps if more money is injected into the shipbuilding account, the service’s commandant said Jan. 12.
|Stew Magnuson||1/12/2017 2:34 PM||1|| ||Approved||1/12/2017 2:36 PM|
Retired Marine Corps Gen. James Mattis in his Senate confirmation hearing Jan. 12 singled out Russia as a key threat to the United Sates, a departure from President-elect Donald Trump’s assessment.
|Stew Magnuson||1/11/2017 3:48 PM||0|| ||Approved||1/11/2017 3:53 PM|
Foreign military sales under defense security cooperation agreements are robust, coming in at some $36 billion in 2016. Whether that trend continues under the Trump administration is anyone’s guess, a panel of experts said Jan. 11.
|Sandra Erwin||1/11/2017 1:30 PM||2|| ||Approved||1/11/2017 1:31 PM|
Navy Secretary Skeptical of F-35 Handshake Deals
|Yasmin Tadjdeh||1/11/2017 1:02 PM||0|| ||Approved||1/11/2017 1:07 PM|
In its latest force structure assessment, the Navy said it would require a 355-ships to effectively operate. Existing U.S. shipbuilders will be able to meet that demand, said the outgoing Secretary of the Navy Jan. 11.
|Brian Taylor||1/10/2017 4:11 PM||0|| ||Approved||1/10/2017 4:11 PM|
The Navy’s next long-term shipbuilding plan will outline a path for significantly boosting the size of the fleet beyond what current plans call for, a top service official said Jan. 10.
|Sandra Erwin||1/9/2017 2:42 PM||3|| ||Approved||1/9/2017 2:47 PM|
Army leaders insist they are forging a new path forward to modernize the service's aging equipment, and promise to get more bang for their limited procurement bucks.
|Vivienne Machi||1/6/2017 11:25 AM||4|| ||Approved||1/6/2017 11:28 AM|
The F-35 joint strike fighter program could be terminated after the Donald Trump administration takes office, the Air Force’s top civilian leader said Jan. 6.
|Sandra Erwin||1/5/2017 4:23 PM||0|| ||Approved||1/5/2017 4:26 PM|
Like Pro Sports Teams, DoD Program Offices Use Software to Select Players
|Yasmin Tadjdeh||1/5/2017 4:01 PM||1|| ||Approved||1/5/2017 4:09 PM|
The United States must increase its investment in information warfare as it faces cyber attacks from Russia, the Director of the Office of National Intelligence James Clapper said Jan. 5.
|Sandra Erwin||12/29/2016 6:29 AM||4|| ||Approved||12/29/2016 6:39 AM|
Defense Department’s Environmental Agenda to Come Under Fire
|Sandra Erwin||12/26/2016 6:56 PM||1|| ||Approved||12/26/2016 7:02 PM|
Defense industry in 2017: Disruption is the operative word
|Sandra Erwin||12/20/2016 6:39 PM||1|| ||Approved||12/20/2016 6:40 PM|
Big Data, Software Continue to Stump Defense Programs
|Vivienne Machi||12/20/2016 2:34 PM||0|| ||Approved||12/20/2016 2:47 PM|
The former second in command at NATO said Dec. 20 that the questions raised by U.S. President-elect Donald Trump regarding the alliance are "an opportunity, not a threat" to reduce the gap in burden-sharing among the organization's members.
|Sandra Erwin||12/17/2016 7:07 PM||0|| ||Approved||12/17/2016 7:19 PM|
ODNI Technology Office Opens Up Dialogue With Private Sector
|Sandra Erwin||12/15/2016 2:00 PM||5|| ||Approved||12/15/2016 2:46 PM|
Lockheed Martin is building four F-35 fighters per month, even though its manufacturing plant has the capacity to produce 17.
|Sandra Erwin||12/15/2016 11:15 AM||1|| ||Approved||12/15/2016 11:17 AM|
Pentagon Accelerates Acquisitions of Ship-Killing Missiles
|Yasmin Tadjdeh||12/14/2016 4:26 PM||0|| ||Approved||12/14/2016 4:34 PM|
To protect the nation's ports and waterways, the Office of Naval Research is investing in autonomous unmanned patrol boat technology that can identify and track unknown vessels.
|Sandra Erwin||12/12/2016 1:14 PM||0|| ||Approved||12/14/2016 7:49 AM|
Pentagon Taking a More Serious Look at Off-the-Shelf Technology
|Sandra Erwin||12/11/2016 6:37 AM||0|| ||Approved||12/12/2016 12:33 PM|
Political, Economic Forces Creating Headwinds for Defense Industry
|Sandra Erwin||12/8/2016 2:46 PM||0|| ||Approved||12/8/2016 2:50 PM|
Pundits speculated that Donald Trump lashed out at Boeing in a tweet Dec. 6 after learning that the company’s CEO had expressed apprehension about the president-elect’s stance on international trade.
|Stew Magnuson||12/7/2016 12:39 PM||1|| ||Approved||12/7/2016 12:43 PM|
President-elect Donald Trump promised on the campaign trail to increase the size of the Marine Corps by 12 active duty infantry battalions and one tank battalion. Commandant of the Marine Corp Gen. Robert B. Neller said Dec. 7 that this was “doable” but added some caveats.
|Sandra Erwin||12/6/2016 4:21 PM||1|| ||Approved||12/6/2016 4:24 PM|
In an eerie coincidence, hours before the Aerospace Industries Association hosted its annual media event Dec. 6 to discuss defense and aerospace industry priorities with the new administration, President-elect Donald Trump fired off a tweet blasting the Boeing Co. for the high price tag of the future Air Force One jetliner.
|Brian Taylor||12/6/2016 2:49 PM||0|| ||Approved||12/6/2016 2:51 PM|
As the U.S. nuclear arsenal ages and adversaries develop better long-range missiles, the United States needs to enhance its deterrence capabilities, lawmakers and experts said during a recent high-profile gathering of members of the national security community.
|Sandra Erwin||12/4/2016 4:41 AM||0|| ||Approved||12/4/2016 4:53 AM|
Trump Defense Plan Still a Guessing Game
|Sandra Erwin||12/4/2016 4:28 AM||1|| ||Approved||12/4/2016 4:33 AM|
Secretary Carter Preparing to Pass the Baton to Successor
|Sandra Erwin||12/3/2016 8:07 PM||0|| ||Approved||12/3/2016 8:09 PM|
Reagan Forum: Mattis Nomination Supported by National Security Power Brokers
|Sandra Erwin||12/2/2016 1:41 PM||0|| ||Approved||12/2/2016 1:43 PM|
SIMI VALLEY, Calif. — A who’s who of the national security world are assembling this weekend at the 2016 Reagan National Defense Forum. Coming on the heels of the selection of retired Marine Corps Gen. James Mathis to be secretary of defense in the Trump administration, a central topic here is the passing of the baton.
|Vivienne Machi||12/2/2016 11:57 AM||1|| ||Approved||12/2/2016 11:58 AM|
ORLANDO, Fla. — The U.S. Navy sees an opportunity to fill critical aviation training gaps with virtual reality systems, officials told attendees of the world's largest training and simulations conference.
|Brian Taylor||12/1/2016 3:25 PM||0|| ||Approved||12/1/2016 3:26 PM|
ORLANDO, Fla. — At the world’s largest training and simulation conference, industry members said they were optimistic that the U.S. military will increase its spending on virtual reality systems in the years ahead.
|Brian Taylor||12/1/2016 3:02 PM||0|| ||Approved||12/1/2016 3:03 PM|
Multiple factors are set to compel a major transformation in the makeup of the defense market in the coming years, according to an industry executive who previously held the number two position at the Pentagon.
|Brian Taylor||11/30/2016 4:51 PM||0|| ||Approved||11/30/2016 4:52 PM|
Orlando, Fla. — The latest and greatest developments in gaming technology could boost the U.S. military’s ability to engage and train its newest, digital-savvy recruits, at a faster pace and a lower cost than traditional live training, industry representatives said Nov. 29.
|Brian Taylor||11/30/2016 4:18 PM||0|| ||Approved||11/30/2016 4:25 PM|
ORLANDO, Fla. — The Army is kicking off an effort to build a new cyber training range for both offensive and defensive network operations, a service official said Nov. 29.