The deal to Oshkosh Defense reinforces the services commitment, which could grow to $60 billion, to the next-generation Joint Light Tactical Vehicle.
Despite the Army's recent efforts to make improvements, a former DIA chief says the service should move away from the current version of DCGS-A.
An $88.3 million contract modification with Exelis will provide more electronic warfare systems to defend against radar-guided missiles.
CERDEC researchers develop a programmable waveform that looks like noise to adversaries and can adapt to congested environments.
The military is continuing to invest in giving ground troops portable electronic warfare tools.
The orbiting solar array could collect solar energy unencumbered by atmosphere, then transmit it to Earth via microwaves.
A key assessment has been delayed until the end of the year, as the agency measures JRSS's ability to counter threat vectors.
Aerojet Rocketdyne and United Launch Services join two other companies in developing prototypes to replace the Russian-made RD-180 engine.