Navy Secretary Ray Mabus taps retired Marine Corps Brig. Gen. Frank Kelley to be the deputy assistant secretary for the Navy’s unmanned systems.
The Navy is looking for support in mobile command, control, communications, computer and intelligence capabilities that would operate in potentially hostile regions of the world.
The ScanEagle units being delivered to the Kenyan and Cameroonian militaries are part of an effort to share some of the military’s technological advantage with allies.
Norsat International gets a $2.7 million subcontract for maritime VSATs, or very small aperture terminals.
General Atomics gets a contract for the Improved Gray Eagle unmanned aerial systems, which can stay aloft nearly twice as long as previous versions.
Military leaders meet with counterparts from four other countries to talk about military-to-military partnerships and other topics.
The Army’s ASCA takes language out of the equation when coalition forces call for artillery support.
A DARPA program looks to develop a rapid-response language tool to help U.S. personnel communicate anywhere in the world.