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Army's new Cyber branch looking to recruit talent

With a new career field classification, the Army wants to attract 1,200 cyber warriors from within the ranks by the end of 2016.

Army prepares to take global intel system to the next level

The service is requesting industry input on improving the system’s data gathering, analysis, sharing and compatibility with Intelligence Community standards.

Army building an airport just for drones

The 150-acre facility at Fort Bliss will be host to Gray Eagle and Shadow UAS.

Funding cuts delay Navy's Next Generation Jammer

The system performed well in recent tests, but budget pressures will push its deployment back by a year.

Airborne infrared targeting sensor passes key milestone

The Navy’s Infrared Search and Track system can track heat sources from long rnage while avoiding detection itself.

Navy's nano-satellites could boost tactical communications

SSC-Pacific is developing a small satellite that could transmit data to secure networks and relay a signal halfway around the world.

Army to go solar at Redstone Arsenal

Project will produce up to 18,000 megawatt-hours per year of power at the base.

House approves $584.2 billion Defense spending plan for 2015

The bill, now headed to the Senate, includes a 1 percent pay increase but cuts some benefits.