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Navy strategy puts a sharper focus on information warfare

In a newly released document, the Navy stresses the need to focus on information warfare in order to counter the tactics of potential adversaries.

Navy wants small drones that can see in the dark

The service is looking for small tactical unmanned aerial vehicles capable of providing ISR in both day and night operations in adverse environmental conditions.

Tern gets closer to extending ships' ISR reach at sea

The DARPA-ONR program to develop long-range, vertical-lift drones for smaller ships moves into Phase 3.

IG: DOD not keeping track of cloud contracts

Without a standard definition and a comprehensive list of contracts, the department can’t determine if it’s saving money by moving to the cloud, the report says.

Air Force bolsters its cyber ranks by 40 percent

The service is downsizing in many areas, but its cyber capacity continues to grow.

Navy awards large deal to upgrade satellite communications

Raytheon gets a contract that could be worth up to $467 million for Navy Multiband Terminals, which will quadruple capacity while providing anti-jamming features.

General Atomics to deliver two Predator drones to Italy

General Atomics announced that Italy has accepted the sale of the two final MQ-1 Predator UAVs in the company’s Predator A product line.

Joel Dolisy Solar Winds

Three steps the Army can take toward multinational force interoperability

Achieving interoperability among global forces is no small feat; it requires a multi-pronged approach, SolarWinds’ Joel Dolisy writes.