Under the contract, worth up to $98 million, Northrop Grumman will maintain and enhance the Strategic Command’s Collaborative Information Environment.
ARL researchers using quantum entanglement to move images and data say the technology could lead to handheld teleportation-exfiltration devices.
Bonuses, incentive/special pay may be in store for cyber-mission employees.
Heads-up display software could appeal to gamers, military trainers.
WIN-T, the centerpiece for the service's mobile tactical communications, rolls on in face of fiscal realities.
The service is launching a “radio marketplace” for Rifleman Radios as it ramps up its purchasing plans.
REDCOM system lets soldiers train in groups in a variety of virtual terrains.
The system, called SULSAT, would provide streaming video and images, giving everyone from foot soldiers to company commanders the same view.