Eight companies will compete for work on the Defense Information Systems Network over the next 10 years.
The lower stage of a Falcon 9 lands vertically after delivering a payload of satellites into space.
In another effort to ameliorate the stress on remotely piloted aircraft crews, the service announced that enlisted personnel will be permitted to fly the surveillance-only aircraft.
Upgrades to WIN-T Increment 1 increase capability while cutting back on the amount of equipment required on the battlefield.
The State Department has approved a military sale of shipboard communications equipment to help the country counter potential threats from China.
Lewis Innovative Technologies develops a range of secure hardware and software used in embedded defense electronics systems.
DISA has awarded the company a contract worth up to $450 million to support the Air Force's Central Command.
The program is beginning work on bringing an operational picture down to dismounted soldiers and Marines.