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The future of autonomy has a strong human component

Human-machine teaming is at the heart of the military service's plans, leaders told lawmakers on Capitol Hill.

US approves sale of Global Hawks to Japan

The State Department has OK’d the possible sale of three of the high-altitude, long-endurance unmanned aircraft, to be used for ISR.

Carter: DOD no longer drives innovation

During remarks at George Washington University, the defense secretary said government, instead of creating groundbreaking technologies, must now keep up with the commercial sector.

Navy backs development of first 'data barge'

A startup is building the first floating data center at a naval facility in California.

Raytheon tests help get GPS III closer to reality

The company announced the successful tests of the Launch and Checkout System and the GPS Next-Generation Operational Control System, both of which will support the launch of GPS III satellites.

How cyber turns networks into weapons systems

Top commanders across the military have asserted that IT networks are not just services but warfighting platforms in the new cyber domain.

ONR seeks greater R&D for undersea intelligence

The Office of Naval Research released a special notice calling for white papers and proposals for undersea unmanned vehicle development.

Army testing high-bandwidth tactical network

The Mobile User Objective System, a satellite network for all of the military services, is 16 times faster than the current Ultra High Frequency satellite system.