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Army outlines plans for the next-generation of virtual training

The tools, designed to address the changing nature of combat, will reside on a global, cloud-based network that will connect solders around the world.

Attacks reveal China's 'Great Cannon' cyber weapon

Researchers studying attacks on an anti-censorship non-profit say China has weaponized its Internet.

Army moves logistics processing to IBM's Hybrid Cloud

The move adds data analytics and other tools to help improve performance and cut costs.

That would be an upgrade: DARPA wants software that lasts 100 years

The agency's BRASS program aims to build adaptive systems and that respond automatically to changes in resources or its environment.

What's DOD doing to protect its networks?

In light the White House hack, we take a look at some of the department’s recent efforts to defend networks with a "whole of government approach."

Should DOD put IPv6 back on the front burner?

An IG report underscores the fact that, while IPv4 might be fine right now, its days are numbered.

Army to create a marketplace for Manpack Radios

The service wants multiple vendors to compete for orders for the two-channel radios under a potential 10-year contract.

Blue Origin reports progress on new U.S. rocket engine

The BE-3 engine could serve as a future upper stage, and represents a step toward replacing the Russian-made RD-180, Jeff Bezos says.