The Army Research Laboratory is creating a virtual MK-19 trainer that will help shorten training set-up time and decrease ammunition costs.
Modern warfare is a cognitive battle. To be successful, warfare must strive to control information.
System will help protect personally identifiable information from leaks.
Beginning later this year, the U.S. Army will be updating software and hardware across units worldwide.
In its ninth iteration, the AFCEA-GMU Critical Issues in C4I Symposium brought together leaders in academia, industry and government in May at George Mason University in Fairfax, Virginia, to address important topics in command, control, communications, computers and intelligence (C4I) technology.
Senior U.S. and allied military leaders have placed a renewed emphasis on strengthening NATO and improving its battlefield capabilities. One of the most effective ways to fortify the alliance is through unit-level partnerships.
Understanding why leakers leak is just as important as grasping how they do it. Determining the motives behind someone’s deliberate action to share government secrets requires concerted due diligence after the incident.
A U.S. Defense Department pilot project intends to develop a prototype system within the next year to authenticate the identity of mobile users through their so-called patterns of life, such as how fast they walk to work or locations they routinely visit.