The annual report to Congress describes China's focus on cyberspace as a domain of warfare.
The service is asking industry for information on the next generation of UAS capabilities to support global operations.
In a contested spectrum, U.S. troops won’t always be able to count on information being available, and may have to revert to some "tried and true" tactics, Brig. Gen. Dennis Crall says.
An incomplete understanding of the military’s networks hurts the ability to detect and respond to attacks, Cyber Command’s chief of operations says.
The Navy is working with General Atomics to add inverse synthetic aperture radar to MQ-9 Reaper and Predator XP UAS.
As cyber operations begin to fold more frequently into daily activities, the services are still discovering some growing pains.
One official said that, depending on ship availability, the Navy could complete installation of its consolidated enterprise systems as much as two years early.
Recent simulations incorporated joint forces operating against hybrid threats operating in all domains, including cyberspace and the electromagnetic spectrum.