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Sign of the times: cyber's bigger role in Air Force's Red Flag

Cyber specialists test their capabilities during the service’s principal air-to-air combat training exercise.

Pentagon launches Insider Threat Program

Several years in the making, the program looks to create an integrated process for keeping classified information under wraps.

New technology looks deep to identify counterfeit microchips

The Advanced Scanning Optical Microscope works at the nanometer level to help ensure the reliability of integrated circuits.

NGA enlisting help for a classified spectral library effort

The agency is looking to fulfill a small business set aside for a database of the surface reflection measurements for certain materials.

ATK enters competition to replace Russian rocket engine

Solid-rocket booster manufacturer would compete with a United Launch Alliance-Blue Origins team for new Atlas V engine.

US indicts four for hacks of Army, tech company networks

Information stolen in the hacks includes Army helicopter training software, confidential data and source codes.

Navy tracks how solar events can disrupt satellite navigation

Coronal mass ejections can affect WAAS and other electronic systems in wide-ranging ways.

Air Force looks to open up control of airborne sensors

The ISTAC program would allow third parties, not just the pilot, to control advanced targeting pods.