Gen. John Hyten recently announced the Space Enterprise Vision to counter the ever-emerging threats to the space domain.
Military laboratories are contributing to a revolutionary program aimed at robotically repairing satellites more than 22,000 miles above the Earth.
DARPA is funding a project that would leverage MEMS technology to develop small inertial sensors.
Plans call for the Experimental Spaceplane to be able fly 10 times in 10 days, at a fraction of the cost of current launches.
The Tactical Service Orientated Architecture lets Marines on the battlefield get mission-critical information via mobile device.
Army officials discuss the need to be able to adapt to ever-changing threats in the electromagnetic spectrum.
The service is going to the Silicon Valley to enlist help in better managing the “vast, dynamic resource pool” of tactical networks.
DARPA's program calls for a public-private effort to develop a robotic vehicle that can inspect, repair and upgrade GEO satellites that are otherwise out of reach.