The private space launch company is now qualified to compete for the Air Force’s EELV program.
DARPA’s XS-1 program aims to develop a hypersonic unmanned craft that can launch payloads from suborbital altitudes.
The SIRCUS program would investigate how to measure sensor exploitation performance and sensor development, and require up to Secret-level clearances for contractors.
Defense companies dominate Washington Technology’s Top 100 list of federal contractors.
The service calls for studies to explore new command and control systems, and advanced missile hardware and parts.
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.