Warfighters demonstrate unique on-the-move command and control capabilities.
Defense Operations Blog
The Marines have a concept for information maneuver, the Army is developing an information advantage strategy, and the Air Force and Navy both prefer the term information warfare.
Information operations remains to be fully integrated.
An attack on a maritime company caused the U.S. Coast Guard to take extra precautions.
The addition of two new squadrons to the existing Delta will expand crucial space situational awareness capabilities for the military.
The agency is developing policies for enhanced data management and identifying necessary technical capabilities to support agency operations.
DISA updates reporters on the Stratus cloud program status.
The agency seeks different types of solutions to meet technology priorities—new and improved but also compatible with current inventory.
Clarity, for one thing, is needed regarding Title 40 and 44 cyber-related roles.
Time is of essence in preparing for quantum-resistant cryptography, leader says.
Technology modernization can be a grueling affair, but it is a vital endeavor for continued cybersecurity and mission success.
A panel of AFCEA's Emerging Leaders discusses the future of artificial intelligence in cyber.
Wherever you look on INDOPACOM's wish list, you'll find data requirements.
The Air Force is planning a network mega-architecture to serve networking needs.
Trusting allies is becoming vital in Indo-Pacific coalition operations.
The challenges of the Indo-Pacific region are helping shape DISA’s transformation.
The U.S. Army Pacific tailors its force for an ocean-centric region.
The Marine warfighter may be a fully empowered sensor node.
Digital technologies will be the key to enabling decision superiority as the United States faces countries threatening the international rules-based order.
Arctic nations are left out in the cold while the activity of governing bodies ceases.