AI helps Army with Stryker maintenance

Army Materiel Command's Logistics Support Activity worked with IBM and its Watson computer to use sensor technology to improve maintenance on Stryker vehicles.


Will computational advances help stealth survive digital air defenses?

A new Air Force study highlights the challenges of maintaining an advantage with stealth aircraft in light of the fast evolving digital processors used by adversary air defenses.

Air Force

Next-gen handheld radio can help save downed pilots lives

General Dynamics just released an upgraded radio for downed pilots to send rapid and secure GPS data to rescuers.


MDA leaders work on new sensor for THAAD

The MDA is developing new electro-optical sensor technology that distinguishes between lethal and non-lethal threats.


Navy Virginia class subs get upgraded Tactical Control Systems

Attack submarines equipped with Tactical Control Systems for weapons control are getting new commercially developed hardware, software and tech for sensors, networks, command and control.

Marine Corps

Palm-sized device gives Marines ability to carry lighter load and resupply often

With the handheld PCARD, Marines in the field can alert leaders to low supplies and build better logistical data.


New version of JCREW will use same software for vehicles and ground fighters

The latest EW jammer for radio-controlled IEDs will use same software and architecture for ground fighters, vehicles, and compounds.


Recent tests show new Air Force tanker can withstand electronic attack

The new KC-46A refueling aircraft successfully withstood both stationary and inflight electromagnetic warfare testing.

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