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JUPITR integrates all threats into one early warning system

An Army team puts chemical-biological and force protection sensors into one operational picture for base protection, which saves time in analyzing and responding to threats.

For the military, cyber world, real world are the same thing

DOD officials describe how the network is now a weapon in the cyber domain akin to bullets in the physical domain.

Program would improve 3D imaging by going flat

A new DARPA program would replace the heavy telescopes used in LIDAR systems with lightweight, inexpensive flat optics.

General Dynamics wins $80M Air Force communications contract

The contract, worth up to $80 million, will support air defense missions for North American Aerospace Defense Command and Pacific Air Forces’ communication systems.

In a Navy first, tablets integrate with mission systems aboard Growlers

EA-18G Growlers successfully demonstrated advanced, long-range targeting capabilities and integrated tablets with onboard systems.

Air Force releases more details on cyber operations contract

The deal, worth up to $49.5 million, would cover offensive and defensive cyber activities.

MUOS satellite network could go online by spring

Lockheed Martin said the Navy accepted the fourth satellite in the global network this week.

How the Air Force is taking on the cyber domain

Officials discuss the ways in which the force is addressing dominance in the information age and across all spectrums of operation.