The ALASA program seeks to cut the costs of launching small satellites into space with a reusable launch vehicle.
The unmanned aircraft will add over 2.7 million square miles of ISR coverage.
CIO says the service aims to increase bandwidth and IT capacity “a thousand times.”
The Pacific Command is sending the highly sensitive Towed Pinger Locator 25 system to the Indian Ocean.
From reusable launch vehicles to high-throughput satellites and hosted payloads, DOD looks to meet rising demand while cutting costs.
DARPA hires L-3 to develop radio and router pods that can be mounted on a Shadow UAV, creating an airborne hotspot.
The service is looking to spend nearly $10 million to upgrade current systems to operate in degraded, contested or outnumbered situations.
Sniper ATE-SE now provides additional networking capabilities for ground forces.