Army NewsOctober 22, 2020
The Army experimented this summer with breaking up and dispersing its forward-deployed command posts into nodes to make them more survivable.
Army NewsOctober 13, 2020
The Army is using powerful new computers to crunch data so it can better decide the optimum time to get rid of aging platforms such as tactical wheeled vehicles and other equipment.
Defense DepartmentOctober 08, 2020
GETTYSBURG, Penn. — The landmine issue for a number of years was little talked about. For lack of a better metaphor, it was not unlike a Chinese-made Type-69 anti-personnel mine: buried in Cambodia and forgotten until the Trump administration announced earlier this year that previous restrictions on their use by the U.S. military had been lifted.
Marine Corps NewsSeptember 24, 2020
The Marine Corps’ top leader said Sept. 24 that although the service is not presently working on a large amphibious ship-based drone, they have not given up on the effort.
Air Force NewsSeptember 23, 2020
The Air Force’s chief weapons buyer wants to quickly expand a digital engineering regime that he says will revolutionize weapon development and save taxpayers billions of dollars.
Defense DepartmentSeptember 10, 2020
Now in its third year, the once dreaded Defense Department wide audit is now firmly part of the Pentagon’s culture, Deputy Secretary of Defense David Norquist said Sept. 10. “Perhaps no change highlights the difference in attitude more than the audit,” he said at the Defense News Conference.
Robotics and Autonomous SystemsSeptember 10, 2020
Marine Corps NewsSeptember 08, 2020
AUSTIN, Texas — The Marine Corps commandant wants change. And that means the service’s fleets of tactical wheeled vehicles will have to change as well.