Artificial intelligence and machine learning are two of the many technologies that will change the way the military operates, according to a panel of experts.
Defense Operations Blog
Dynamic changes are driving nations together to face burgeoning challenges throughout the Indo-Pacific, and the U.S. Army is doing its part.
The pursuit of coalition interoperability has become more difficult as new technologies emerge, potential operations become more diverse and different militaries look at cooperative actions.
DISA provided in-depth information about its acquisition and procurement plans at its annual Forecast to Industry event with the theme of “Trusted Partnerships."
In the future, the service wants to get away from a single operator structure in some cases.
How the U.S. military plans to sustain satellite-based X-band capability is still unclear.
The gap in science, technology, engineering and mathematics workers will only grow, defense leaders warn.
In meeting the needs of a moving and growing global U.S. Navy, SPAWAR is facing challenges in fielding information technology from the seabed to space.
After helping shape the Army’s network modernization efforts, CIO Lt. Gen. Bruce Crawford takes on the service’s information technology enterprise.
Lt. Gen. Thompson outlines the service's plans to improve acquisition, reorganize internal processes and harness innovation for the military's satellite communications.
With Trident Juncture 18, NATO is conducting one of its largest exercises in recent history.
Suzette Kent tells AFCEA Federal Identity Summit identity management is central to digital infrastructure.
The center looks to agility, advanced training and data analysis to support a more efficient Air Force.
The U.S. Army cyber, electronic warfare and signal schools consider new training and education methods.
The U.S. Army's drive to better integrate multiple domains, including cyber, intelligence and electronic warfare, is leading to force changes.
The U.S. Army seeks to expand its expertise in both artificial intelligence and cloud computing.
The U.S. Army’s efforts to bring capabilities into expeditionary forces is succeeding, Army leaders report.
The authorization paves the way for “early-adopter” commands to use the system on deployment as early as this fall, primarily in the Pacific theater.
The new Futures Command, to be based in Austin, Texas, will implement service modernization and conduct experimenting, prototyping and testing.
The service is expanding its C4 capabilities to additional aircraft.