Robotics and Autonomous SystemsNovember 12, 2019
LONDON — A wooden glider designed to be launched from an aircraft to autonomously resupply troops on the ground has grabbed the attention of the Marine Corps, Army and Air Force Special Operations Command.
Defense DepartmentOctober 31, 2019
Washington Post Associate Editor and Pulitzer Prize winning journalist Bob Woodward was the keynote speaker at the National Defense Industrial Association’s 100th Anniversary dinner Oct. 30.
Research and DevelopmentOctober 29, 2019
A White House memorandum on fiscal year 2021 administration research-and-development budget priorities strikes many good notes as it seeks to guide federal departments and agencies on their budget proposals, which are due in February.
Army NewsOctober 22, 2019
The Army wants to incorporate advanced manufacturing techniques in everything from advanced engines made by defense contractors, down to the lowest echelons of deployed troops who could 3D print items in the field, senior service leaders said recently.
Army NewsOctober 16, 2019
Just a few months after becoming fully operational, Army Futures Command is already making inroads breaking down barriers and cutting red tape, its commander said Oct. 16.
SpaceSeptember 19, 2019
After years of studies, the Pentagon is poised to proceed with building out a new military space architecture designed to defend what is called “the ultimate high ground.”
Robotics and Autonomous SystemsSeptember 13, 2019
LONDON — Makers of underwater and surface unmanned vehicles took the opportunity to reveal new versions of their robots this week at the world’s largest defense trade show.
SpaceSeptember 13, 2019
LONDON — Lt. Col. Tim Vasen, a NATO space official, during a panel discussion put a cartoon on the screen showing a homeless beggar with his hat outstretched looking for a handout. But instead of coins from a passerby, he was being offered a satellite.