InternationalDecember 06, 2022
Japan has been building its collaboration with NATO for a little more than a decade in order to discuss shared security challenges and promote defense collaboration.
Training and SimulationNovember 23, 2022
While tech giants and small startups alike have hopped on the bandwagon, the U.S. military has also been interested in and developing its own “military metaverse” that can be harnessed to train thousands of warfighters simultaneously in realistic battlefield simulations.
Army NewsNovember 15, 2022
FORT IRWIN, California — The Army recently hosted the Air Force, Navy, Marine Corps and — for the first time — international partners and allies to integrate technologies and test multi-domain operations during its yearly modernization experiment.
Air Force NewsNovember 08, 2022
After years of experimentation and planning, the Air Force and industry are taking the first concrete steps to turn the Defense Department’s concept of connecting battlefield sensors and shooters from across all domains into a reality.
Defense DepartmentOctober 27, 2022
The Pentagon’s new National Defense Strategy — which was released to the public Oct. 27 — prioritizes the procurement of high-end capabilities that can deter and defeat China and other U.S. adversaries, but questions remain about the industrial base’s ability to meet the demand for current and future weapons.
Marine Corps NewsOctober 25, 2022
The Marine Corps is turning to unmanned ground vehicles that can shoulder the burden of moving supplies and perform dangerous missions.
Army NewsOctober 20, 2022
With loitering munitions dominating the battlefield in Ukraine, the U.S. Army is looking for ways to combat small unmanned aerial vehicles designed for one-way and sometimes deadly missions.
Missile DefenseOctober 14, 2022
After just a few years of development and rapid prototyping efforts, the fielding of several new air-and-missile defense systems is on the horizon, according to service officials and industry.