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DARPA VAPR vanishing electronics

Battlefield electronics that do their job, then vanish?

DARPA awards BAE a $4.5 million contract under its VAPR program to develop electronics that can melt away.

DOD acquisition chief forecasts R&D cuts

Frank Kendall, undersecretary of defense for acquisition, technology and logistics, warned that the failure to reduce force structure means investment accounts like R&D will have to pay the bill.

University launches US’s first College of Security and Intelligence

Embry-Riddle Prescott Campus to provide hands-on forensic and intelligence degrees.

MQ9 Reaper UAV

Demonstration features Reaper’s electronic attack capability

GA-ASI and Northrup Grumman test electronic warfare capabilities for the large unmanned aircraft in a coordinated attack.

Asymmetric warfare to drive C4ISR demand over next 5 years

Market research firm predicts the global market will be worth $93.04 billion by 2019.

Army tactical radio

Tactical radio testing gets ULTRA streamlined

New facility combines three organizations, helping to ensure interoperability and integration for new systems.

Harris Falcon radio

New radios to improve SOCOM’s tactical communications

Falcon III tactical radios will operate on wideband frequencies and provide video, voice, and data capabilities.

Army DDTC mobile campus

Mobile campus lets soldiers in Afghanistan continue their education

The Deployed Digital Training Campus delivers college and other courses to a networkede system via satellite.