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Rogers: Cyber doesn't need its own military branch

The head of the U.S. Cyber Command says cyber operations are too ingrained into military operations to break the command off as a separate branch, as some in Congress have suggested.

Air Force puts its first cyber weapon system into play

The AFINC creates centrally managed points of entry for a million users at 237 locations around the world.

Ultra-high-speed chip could make the spectrum feel less crowded

DARPA's analog-to-digital converter can analyze large swaths of the electromagnetic spectrum, keeping systems alter to jamming and other interference.

Army building an airfield for drone training

The site next to the National Training Center in California will accommodate training on the Gray Eagle ISR aircraft.

Air Force takes open approach to upgrading its network

The service is adopting open standards via contracts to keep its infrastructure refreshed.

Orbital ATK, SpaceX to develop prototype rocket engines

The Air Force shores up its effort to get a next-generation booster off the ground.

Software could expose the identity of hackers

Researchers working with ARL use "stlyometry" to sniff out the stylistic fingerprints of code writers.

U.S. wants help with what China's up to with UAS, robotics

The U.S-China Economic and Security Review Commission is asking for unclassified research reports on China’s industrial and military robotics development.