The service’s force organization will be lean but powerful, operations leader said.
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A new memorandum of understanding was announced today by NASA and the U.S. Space Force during a Mitchell Institute virtual event.
The Army Futures Command has named Austin Community College District as the home for its new Software Factory.
The military intelligence agency faced reorganization of some of its processes to keep mission-critical work going.
The chief of space operations sets the tone for a digital force.
Brussels workshop told of moves to harden vital satellite capabilities against cyber threats.
An expert questions the Department of Defense’s commitment to build artificial intelligence capabilities at scale.
General Mike Holmes retires as leader of Air Combat Command after 39 years of Air Force service.
A first-of-its-kind Army Small Business Innovation Research pilot seeks to leverage small business innovators to help increase the rate of fire of self-propelled howitzer systems.
The U.S. Space Force announced that its Space and Missile Systems Center has successfully completed a key test of an anti-jamming capability.
The U.S. Navy has opted for concurrence as its main tool for implementing both upgrades and innovations.
The Gremlins program aims to launch groups of unmanned aerial systems from multiple types of military aircraft while out of range from adversary defenses.
Naming USASMDC as the service component command to both Space Command and Strategic Command will strengthen integration and synchronization of these vital operations.
Gen. James Dickinson, USA, has stepped into the role as commander of the U.S. Space Command.
AFWERX and the Air Force leverage innovation for future installations, as well as for rebuilding Tyndall.
Despite the interference of a global pandemic, a DOD information technology modernization project led by the agency advances.
China's crackdown on Hong Kong has sent shock waves throughout the nations of the Indo-Pacific region, says the U.S. commander tasked with ensuring peace and security in that area.
U.S. Army initiatives aim to better attract and retain talented personnel, including those in the technology arena.
"We’re going to add ‘C’ in front of JADC2.”—James McPherson, undersecretary of the Army
The COVID-19 pandemic likely will result in an array of permanent changes for the Army, affecting a number of areas, including training, teleworking and medicine.