Yasmin Tadjdeh

Recent Articles

  • Special Operations

    The Future of SOCOM’s ‘Killer Egg’ (UPDATED)

    April 22, 2022

    Special Operations Command’s A/MH-6 Little Bird — affectionally known as the “Killer Egg” — made its debut into the American psyche following the release of the classic book and movie “Black Hawk Down.”

  • Special Operations

    Special Operations Command Targets Vehicle Upgrades

    April 19, 2022

    NORFOLK, Va. — New vehicle upgrade opportunities are available for industry seeking to work with Special Operations Command.

  • Marine Corps News

    Marine Corps Upgrading Tactical Wheeled Vehicle Fleet

    April 08, 2022

    NORFOLK, Va. — The Marine Corps has ambitious plans for its fleet of tactical wheeled vehicles as it modernizes its inventory with new platforms and upgrades existing systems.

  • Infotech

    DoD Tackling Software Development Challenges

    March 31, 2022

    The Pentagon is overhauling its acquisition of critical software as it increasingly relies on new systems for automation and decision making, officials say.

  • Global Defense Market

    China Outpacing U.S. in Key Science Metrics

    March 11, 2022

    China is pulling ahead of the United States when it comes to key indicators of science and engineering prowess, the National Science Board is warning.

  • CBRN

    Chem-Bio Office Working Through Supply Chain Issues

    March 10, 2022

    The pandemic-fueled supply chain crisis that has clobbered industries across the nation is also affecting a key Pentagon office tasked with countering biological threats, limiting its ability to surge critical technologies if needed.

  • Defense Department

    JUST IN: Russia-Ukraine Conflict Highlights Need for U.S. Tech Alliances

    March 07, 2022

    Russia’s recent invasion of Ukraine is illuminating the need for the United States to strengthen its partnerships abroad, said the undersecretary of defense for research and engineering March 7.

  • Robotics and Autonomous Systems

    Navy Setting Stage for Influx of Autonomous Systems

    March 02, 2022

    Unmanned systems have become ubiquitous throughout the military, but the key to their continued success will be new and more powerful autonomy capabilities that make up the guts of the platforms, officials say.