The 48th Fighter Wing and U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Africa conducted the exercise to maintain readiness and ensure a strong NATO defense.
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Leader will continue PEO C3T’s robust modernization of the Integrated Tactical Network.
The Army Research Laboratory has distributed research among eight partners to advance vehicle autonomy to the next stage.
The Army is establishing a persistent atmosphere for development of Joint All-Domain Command and Control, or JADC2, capabilities.
The director of defense research and engineering for modernization provided an update on the department's modernization efforts during the Critical Issues in C4I Symposium.
The military cranks out protective gear for COVID-19 and future pandemics.
The council is part of the service’s emerging data management effort.
Chief of the service considers operations over the next year in an altered environment.
The development of the Integrated Visual Augmentation System continues to move forward despite the COVID-19 pandemic.
The new service is organizing how it is pulling together its personnel.
A new telecommuting normal related to COVID-19 drives a surge in demand for DISA's Cloud-Based Internet Isolation technology.
The U.S. Department of Defense successfully tested a hypersonic glide body in a flight experiment held at the Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii.
Service officials are still working out details of Defender-Europe 20.
Government personnel have more than enough data, but they don’t have the tools required to effectively leverage it.
Machine learning or autonomous capabilities need data and access to data to be successful.
Pay now or pay later: nations must agree on measured steps to prevent China from annexing territory in the South China Sea.
Establishing joint and coalition training ranges across the vast Indo-Pacific region may be vital to establishing a credible deterrent against Chinese aggression.
Adversaries might be gaining strength, but the United States still is ready for conflict if it breaks out tomorrow.
Innovative ways of training may be needed to support manning of new equipment.
The U.S. Navy needs to modernize, innovate and defend its information technology assets.