The U.S. Indo-Pacific Command (INDOPACOM) is improving its deterrence capability to confront an increasingly aggressive China.
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It still is a possibility to create a guard component for the new service, lawmaker says.
Top Pentagon leaders see ways to resolve who does what in joint warfighting.
The service is progressing in filling key capability gaps for operating in the electromagnetic spectrum.
After the U.S. Defense Department elevated space operations to a Space Force on a par with the other military services, other nations are following suit and working with the force.
The U.S. Defense Department in April will demonstrate initial capabilities to fill any gaps in capabilities to counter small unmanned aerial systems and will begin fielding systems in 2022.
The Air Force sees beyond the traditional roles for its tanker and cargo aircraft fleet.
The U.S. Army continued to determine and develop the network it needs even while working within COVID-19 restrictions.
The Naval Sea Systems Command is nurturing an effort to add unmanned vessels, improving autonomous capabilities and supporting open architectures to boost capabilities sharing across platforms.
The strategy explains that the exponential growth of small, unmanned aircraft systems creates new risks for the Defense Department.
The U.S. Navy requires capabilities that can be integrated into the force rapidly to deter or defeat adversaries.
Nuclear command and control is just as important as weapon systems for Strategic Command modernization.
Injured combat veteran offers crucial advice to fellow sufferers of trauma and all of us during the holidays and pandemic.
Technological leaps in ground station capabilities will enable the U.S. Army's modernization goals such as a more resilient network, long-range precision fires and air and missile defense.
The one-year-old service continues to steadily fill its ranks.
The Defense Department must gain control of its electromagnetic spectrum processes if it is to maintain superiority over serious peer-rival threats, says a GAO report.
Action is needed to protect individuals and national security, say AFCEA TechNet Cyber panelists.
DISA’s Joint Service Provider leads the charge to arm senior officials with innovative, yet steadfast communications and computing solutions.
AI, machine learning and automation are needed to make the vision a reality.
U.S. Air Force Bomber Task Force effort is supplying more missions than before.