ARMDEC will independently double-check the F-35’s software systems for safety, airworthiness.
Cadets will be able to take new courses in computer forensics and reverse software engineering, as well as political science and strategy.
Distributed systems could act as a force multiplier, allowing naval forces to rapidly adapt to new challenges.
The company will compete to host Air Force communications on commercial satellites.
Cyber deception and self-repairing code are among the techniques that AFRL is looking to develop.
Data center consolidation, cloud computing and virtualization are driving the move toward a software-defined fighting force.
The Cobra King system will use dual state-of-the-art radars for ballistic missile treaty monitoring and verification.
The CERDEC-developed cable connects radios with the Nett Warrior system, feeding soldiers’ locations into the shared operational picture.