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The quest for a universal remote for unmanned systems

QinetiQ NA targets Navy demand for common control of unmanned air and sea systems.

Navy researchers turn seawater into fuel

The 'game changer' process to create liquid hydrocarbons from the sea powers a scale-model WWII plane in a test, and could soon be powering a lot more.

Virtual reality gets real with Army's 3D game update

Virtual Battle Space 3 recreates not only battlefield scenarios but users’ real-life capabilities—and limitations.

L-3, Intelsat demonstrate anti-jam technology for military satellites

The demonstration is part of an Air Force effort to leverage commercial technologies to provide anti-jam satellite communications.

Army intelligence system gets new geospatial tools

Customized templates will optimize DCGS-A’s geospatial analysis.

Navy committed, but cautious, on Joint Information Environment

IT leaders are on board with the concept, but want to be sure about security, cost and standards.

Navy gets set to test sea-borne electromagnetic railgun

Kinetic rounds fired by the open-architecture gun, developed under a joint Army/Navy project, can reach speeds above Mach 7.

West Point's new cyber institute takes a multipronged approach to security

Lawyers, cyber experts and psychologists will come together to solve cyber problems.