ElectronicsFebruary 20, 2024
Northrop Grumman is utilizing a new patented transistor technology to improve the speed and efficiency of designing and manufacturing semiconductors for its military customers.
Marine Corps NewsFebruary 16, 2024
The Indo-Pacific may be vast, but the areas where Marines can train in the region are not.
Army NewsFebruary 15, 2024
The Army Feb. 12 issued new next-generation combat helmets to 2,000 soldiers in the 82nd Airborne Division’s 1st Brigade Combat Team, the first unit equipped with the new helmet.
Navy NewsFebruary 15, 2024
Modernizing data sharing and building interoperable and interchangeable relationships with allies and partners will be key to the Navy achieving Combined Joint All-Domain Command and Control, officials said.
Training and SimulationJanuary 31, 2024
Artificial intelligence can improve military training and simulations through interactive 3D models and environments along with augmented and virtual reality. However, industry experts said there’s an important human element missing from virtual trainers.
Marine Corps NewsJanuary 25, 2024
The U.S. Marine Corps’ Force Design 2030 program isn’t about 2030 anymore, at least it shouldn’t be, a top official said.
Navy NewsJanuary 17, 2024
With the specter of conflict in the Indo-Pacific and the threat of a possible year-long continuing resolution for the U.S. government, the Navy must strengthen its relationships with allies and partners in order to build up the naval industrial base, a top Navy official said.
Army NewsJanuary 12, 2024
After two decades of counterterrorism and counterinsurgency operations in permissive theaters, the Army is pivoting to the Indo-Pacific, where a near-peer adversary and an expansive maritime theater present immense challenges for logistics and sustainment in a conflict. That’s why the Army and the defense industry are investing in environmental research and technology to help the service and the Joint Force conduct and sustain operations in contested and distributed environments.