Defense IT


Marine Corps helicopters to get next-gen mission computer

Northrop Grumman’s open-architecture FlightPro will have advanced multi-core processors, graphics and video capabilities.

Self-healing paint could save Navy billions

Polyfibroblast, developed by Johns Hopkins and ONR, lets vehicle surfaces heal the way skin does and prevent corrosion to the metal underneath.

Critical military satellite systems are vulnerable to hacking

Military operations, navigation systems and flight safety controls could be at risk, according to analysis by IOActive.

DOD moves forward with department-wide e-health records project

The project’s program office wants to know the baseline infrastructure requirements for supporting a modernized system.

The biggest cyber threats: spies, criminals or co-workers?

Verizon's 2014 report finds malicious threats are on the rise, but so are common mistakes.

D-FENSE: Army nips Air Force in NSA’s cyber competition

Service academy teams defend their homegrown networks against NSA and Service Red Cell attackers.

Software upgrades boost B-1B bomber’s effectiveness, longevity

The Air Force is testing new software intended to integrate the Lancer’s new features and improve situational awareness.

Biosensor bandage collects vital signs, health indicators from sweat

Air Force Research Lab is developing a quick, non-invasive way to the kind of results you get from a blood test.