Battlefield CommunicationsMarch 31, 2020
Raytheon has built the first radar antenna for its new lower tier air-and-missile defense sensor, a company executive said.
SpaceMarch 30, 2020
As the United States and its allies focus their attention on addressing the growing COVID-19 pandemic, China and Russia are moving ahead with new anti-satellite capabilities, according to a new report by the Center for Strategic and International Studies.
Defense ContractingMarch 25, 2020
The Pentagon is leveraging new authorities to produce necessary supplies to combat the novel coronavirus, a top defense department official said March 25.
Stability Security Transition ReconstructionMarch 23, 2020
As the fanfare around the new military service dies down, many unanswered questions surrounding the structure of the Space Force still remain.
Maritime SecurityMarch 13, 2020
The defense industry is working alongside the Pentagon and allied nations to bring online new radar systems that can be used on land and at sea.
SpaceMarch 11, 2020
The Commerce Department, which has been tasked with managing the swell of U.S. space systems and orbiting space junk, has co-led wargaming experiments with the Air Force to expand its debris mitigation efforts, a department official said May 11.
SpaceMarch 10, 2020
The Space Force needs leadership in acquisition to unify the Pentagon’s space capabilities under one umbrella, the secretary of the Air Force said March 10.
Training and SimulationMarch 05, 2020
The Navy program charged with developing high-tech training systems for sailors wants to do a better job communicating its needs to industry.