The U.S. Navy needs to modernize, innovate and defend its information technology assets.
The sea services have different paths to meeting new and emerging challenges.
The U.S. military is adopting selective measures to counter the coronavirus.
Team culture and staff attitude and aptitude are factors.
The technology will improve target acquisition and successful shot probability of close-combat warfighters.
The Navy’s C4I integration efforts will boost the service’s information warfare capabilities.
The Navy is building off of the initial success of its key readiness data environment.
The U.S. Defense Department faces three fundamental challenges to remaining a world military leader in the space domain.
The Defense Department's new cybersecurity maturity model certification (CMMC) program is expected to issue its training guidance for companies around late March.
Mini flying threats call for drone-on-drone swarming warfare.
The electronics supply chain to the West faces a greater threat from total cutoff than from having its components tinkered with by malefactors, according to some experts.
The U.S. Army’s work on advancing its tactical network through its “capability package construct” will pull in significant capacity, added resiliency and interoperability, leaders say.
The ability to provide deep sensing for long-range fires, confront IEDs, increase the survivability of aircraft, and conduct ISR hinges on an advanced tactical network on the battlefield.
The competitive landscape of federal procurement will change, and creating systems to access and contextualize the data will play a more critical role.
The electronics supply chain is the aorta to the global economy. Both the military and the commercial sectors rely on it to provide the lifeblood necessary to flourish, yet the security of that same supply chain, with its ubiquitous importance, potentially holds the key to their demise.
Long-extant technologies will team with advances only dreamed of in laboratories if planners have their way in building the Army network of the future.
One of the more exotic technologies being explored for Army networking is ultraviolet communications.
The AFCEA International Educational Foundation is celebrating its 40th anniversary.
This year the Army will take several steps in the march toward reintroducing cutting-edge electronic warfare systems capable of countering near-peer competitors.
As the components of the celestial network that ties commanders to troops age, the DOD must take quick action to protect warfighters’ safety and homeland security.