The service names cyber a Service Component Command, in keeping with DOD's efforts to make cyber a full partner in military operations.
Service awards AAC a contract to improve fidelity for training on the P-8A Poseidon and the MH-60R Seahawk, while making ocean simulations more realistic.
The defense secretary formally introduces a new DIUx office, like the one started last year in the Silicon Valley, in Cambridge, Mass.
The service asks for white papers on three key areas of the $3.4 billion contract.
The research agency offers a $2 million prize for technologies that use software-defined radios and machine learning to make more efficient use of the RF spectrum.
Although the Cyber Command is still a couple years away from building its full complement, officials won’t wait to put current units into action.
The Air Force awards a contract for protective glasses, while the Army seeks all-purpose goggles.
AFRL and industry develop a lightweight way to keep troops cooler in blistering heat.