Defense DepartmentJanuary 26, 2022
SIMI VALLEY, Calif. — The commercial technology sector wants to help the U.S. military acquire new capabilities.
BudgetJanuary 24, 2022
The recently passed 2022 National Defense Authorization Act green-lit a 5 percent boost in military expenditures, despite recent polling indicating that nearly two-thirds of Americans believe the federal government has been spending too much or about the right amount on the armed forces.
BudgetJanuary 18, 2022
Implemented cases of foreign military sales and direct commercial sales of weapon systems to international customers by U.S. manufacturers plummeted last year, according to data released in December by the Biden administration.
Robotics and Autonomous SystemsJanuary 06, 2022
The U.S. military and China’s People’s Liberation Army are both pursuing artificial intelligence capabilities which could give them a leg up in future conflicts. PLA investment in AI is now on par with the Pentagon’s, experts say.
Bomb and WarheadDecember 24, 2021
COLUMBUS, Ga. — With the Iraq and Afghanistan Wars in the rearview mirror, the Defense Department is preparing for a new era of explosive ordnance disposal that will bring fresh challenges and require new technology solutions.
Air PowerDecember 20, 2021
Billions of dollars are needed over the next decade to enhance the resiliency of the U.S. military’s aerial refueling enterprise, according to a new study.
Strategic WeaponsDecember 16, 2021
Pentagon officials and other observers are sounding the alarm about the accelerating pace of China’s expansion of its nuclear capabilities.
BudgetDecember 13, 2021
A new report has a grim message: the Pentagon’s force structure will likely prove inadequate barring a boost in defense spending or a major change in national security strategy. Force structure includes the number, size and structure of military units.