Special OperationsApril 16, 2021
Despite hurdles, Air Force Special Operations Command is still gung-ho about purchasing a replacement for its U-28A Draco manned intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance platform that will also be able to offer air support to commandos on the ground in austere regions.
Tactical Wheeled VehiclesApril 15, 2021
The Army is “waiting with bated breath” for proposals to finish rolling in for its Bradley fighting vehicle replacement program, an official said April 15.
Robotics and Autonomous SystemsApril 09, 2021
The head of the Pentagon’s Joint Artificial Intelligence Center said the office supports recommendations outlined by the National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence, which called for sweeping changes to ensure the United States is “AI-ready” by 2025.
CyberApril 08, 2021
The Defense Department recently shared that it is conducting an “internal assessment” of its burgeoning Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program, but the lead for the effort isn’t concerned.
Marine Corps NewsApril 01, 2021
Before the Marine Corps can fully utilize the power of AI technology and the efficiencies it brings, the service must overcome one major hurdle: trust.
Navy NewsMarch 30, 2021
The Navy is eyeing a mix of manned and unmanned platforms as it embarks on its next generation air dominance program which will replace some of the sea service’s aging platforms such as the F-18 E/F Super Hornet, said a top official March 30.
Air PowerMarch 26, 2021
The military rotorcraft industry is rebounding after being clobbered by the COVID-19 pandemic, but more hurdles could be on the horizon, experts say.
InternationalMarch 23, 2021
The United States and China are engaged in a “superpower marathon” as Beijing makes massive investments in key technologies such as artificial intelligence, 5G and quantum communications, said the director of the Defense Innovation Unit March 23.