Robotics and Autonomous SystemsApril 01, 2022
The Navy’s MQ-25 Stingray drone program racked up major achievements over the past year and is on track to usher in a new era of manned-unmanned teaming.
ShipbuildingMarch 25, 2022
The U.S. military’s sealift capabilities are key enablers of expeditionary operations and would be critical in a future great power war. However, these types of assets are a relatively low priority when it comes to funding for shipbuilding and conversion, experts say.
BudgetMarch 16, 2022
The U.S. government should invest about $20 billion annually in the years ahead to combat COVID-19 and increase readiness for future pandemics, according to a group of experts.
Navy NewsMarch 11, 2022
Keeping ships at sea and their systems and subsystems functioning is critical for Navy readiness.
Missile DefenseMarch 07, 2022
China’s inventory of advanced missiles would be one of the thorniest problems facing U.S. military forces in the event of a conflagration in the Indo-Pacific region over the fate of Taiwan or other flashpoints.
BudgetFebruary 28, 2022
The Navy needs a bigger slice of the budget pie to grow its fleet. However, changing the traditional formula for resource allocation among the services will be difficult to pull off politically, according to members of the House Armed Services Committee.
Army NewsFebruary 17, 2022
Improving cybersecurity and the Army’s software enterprise are top priorities for the service’s newly confirmed acquisition chief.
Global Defense MarketFebruary 16, 2022
The U.K. Royal Navy is focused on enhancing interoperability and “interchangeability” with international partners. To support that, likeminded nations need to be more willing and able to share information, the service’s top officer said Feb. 16.