The Air Force's cyber wing announced the activation of five new cyber operations squadrons that will defend Air Force networks
The Web-based Key Management Infrastructure replaces a manual system that involved carrying keys to soldiers, even those on the battlefield.
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.
A new DARPA program would replace the heavy telescopes used in LIDAR systems with lightweight, inexpensive flat optics.
DOD officials describe how the network is now a weapon in the cyber domain akin to bullets in the physical domain.
The contract, worth up to $80 million, will support air defense missions for North American Aerospace Defense Command and Pacific Air Forces’ communication systems.
EA-18G Growlers successfully demonstrated advanced, long-range targeting capabilities and integrated tablets with onboard systems.
Lockheed Martin said the Navy accepted the fourth satellite in the global network this week.