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Study: DOD needs to field laser weapons ASAP

The Center for a New American Security also recommends that military labs abandon their piecemeal approach in favor of a merged development program.

NATO gets its first AGS surveillance aircraft

Northrop Grumman and its industry partners deliver the first of five UAS that will be part of a system-of-systems ISR capability.

ISIS is attracting a loose cadre of cyber warriors

The security company FireEye says that sympathizers, acting as "lone wolves," represent "a different type of cyber actor."

A breakdown on the hack of 4 million federal employee records

It apparently came from China and affected nearly every federal agency, although uniformed military personnel are in the clear.

DARPA's robotics rumble arrives

Twenty-five disaster-response robots, representing the state of the art in robotics technology, are ready to run a two-day gauntlet.

DOD coming up short on insider threat safeguards, GAO says

A report released by the Government Accountability Office notes significant flaws in the department’s program to prevent breaches from inside.

Navy's third high-bandwidth satellite ready for duty

MUOS-3 expands coverage to about three-quarters of the globe; the fourth and final satellite is expected to be launched later this year.

ISIS fallout: Satellite intel contract hits its ceiling 3 years early

DISA's contracting organization raises the ceiling on a $286.5 million deal for intelligence services while it makes plans to re-compete the contract.