The Air Force’s program to enable innovation from its airmen, and now guardians, pulls in actionable ideas of warfighters from the Material Command.
For those technologies that prove mature enough during the Project Convergence 2021, Army Futures Command will draft a transition plan by Christmas for Army leadership approval.
A new playbook helps customers wrap their arms around zero trust and provides a practical approach to implementing the concept.
The U.S. Navy is speeding new information technology capabilities into service concurrent with eliminating old systems.
Known as the Long Range Hypersonic Weapon (LRHW), the land-based, ground-launched system is designed as a deterrent to adversaries.
The pilot performance program now moves forward to full implementation across all XVIII Airborne Corps aviation units.
Researchers unveil characteristics of subatomic particle that may aide the development quantum technologies.
As the U.S. military shifts its operational focus from counterinsurgency to contending with near-peer nation state adversaries, the need to remain dominant in multidomain operations is key.
Kessel Run’s so-called C2IMERA solution will now be used at all Air Combat Command installations.
It will be a long time before it’s possible to securely deploy internet voting systems for most Americans, but technology may allow for limited online ballots in the future.
While the United States debates basic issues related to artificial intelligence, quantum-enabled AI may be on the horizon.
The FBI has been running a full-scale iris-print ID service as part of its Next Generation Identification, or NGI, system for almost a year now.
JADC2 will become a reality—at least to a minimal degree—in the coming months.
To make the unified network vision a reality, the Army will need to adopt an array of technical capabilities, including 5G, zero trust cybersecurity, software-defined networks and data fabric.
The SEC focuses on supporting warfighters and enabling operations in the field, but until recently the organization was distributing software by mailing CDs, which often went unused.
The Army looks to deploy four prototype tactical air defense lasers on mobile platforms in 2022.
In 2028, the division will be the new unit of action for the waypoint force, and it will include an information advantage capability.
The Subterranean Challenge aims to develop technologies to rapidly map, navigate and search complex underground environments.
As technology accelerates all aspects of modern life, from business to warfare, the need for real-time situational awareness has become critical.
Officials assessed the Network Coverage Overlay (NCO) during the recent Network Modernization Experiment at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst.