Central Command looks to private sector for joint cyber planning

GSA issued a synopsis/solicitation for joint cyber planning services associated with the command’s Joint Cyber Center.

Soon drones will be able to fly and swim

Recent research in unmanned technology in both the government and private sector has focused on combing flight and underwater operation.

Project to add autonomy to existing aircraft takes next step

In Phase II of DARPA's ALIAS program, Sikorsky will demonstrate the ACES system with a Black Hawk helicopter and a fixed-wing aircraft.

'Hackfest' puts cadets into virtual hand-to-hand combat

After a month-long training course at the Air Force Institute of Technology, Air Force and Army Reserve cadets put their skills to the test against each other.

Navy, Army teams to take home GCN Awards

A Navy mobile app and the Army's consolidated logistics support system are among the projects honored in this year's awards.

Air Force wants to meld humans and machines for ISR analysis

AFRL hires researchers to find ways to bring humans into the analytics loop via cognitive systems.

State vs. non-state hackers: Different tactics, equal threat?

Recent cyber incidents from state and non-state actors demonstrate the real threat each pose and shed light on the difference in tactics.

Pentagon plans to boost drone flights by 50 percent

DOD will supplement Air Force crews with Army, Special Forces and contractor teams to cover more territory, a Wall Street Journal reports says.