The Marine Corps Warfighting Laboratory this week is testing a variety of new technologies and gear at its Advanced Warfighting Experiment. Here’s a rundown on a dozen of them.
Expected to be launched in 2015, DARPA’s unmanned ACTUV would track diesel submarines for months at a time.
SpaceX shouldn’t be allowed to challenge the core rocket contract because the company didn’t respond to original RFP, the Air Force says.
The Army-run JUICE, in which military, civilian and international components test joint emergency response, also draws the attention of hackers.
The HERMES program is looking to develop new technologies to deal with malicious jamming and an increasingly congested electromagnetic spectrum.
Lockheed Martin is to improve the way Navy sensors will collect, share and display data.
Lockheed Martin gets the go-ahead to finish the fifth and sixth satellites in the early missile warning and infrared surveillance system.
ONR calls for ideas on a framework and analytics tools to help with warfighting efforts.