DOD study: Climate change is a security threat -- right now

A report to Congress warns that the effects of global warming are no longer a "long-term risk."

Report: US suspects Russia in 'most sophisticated' Joint Staff hack

The hack that shut down the staff's unclassified email system got around security measure in a way the government hadn’t seen before, officials said.

Multitasking data link keeps Marines’ operational F-35s in touch

Northrop Grumman’s Multifunction Advanced Data Link gives pilots the equivalent of 27 avionics subsystems, the company says.

ONR's 'game changing' research could greatly expand wireless network capacity

One scientist's award-winning work could allow more users on a network at faster speeds, even for covert messaging.

Navy leaders: Future rides on unmanned systems

Not just in the air, but in an undersea network comparable to the interstate highways system, Navy leaders told a crowd at CSIS.

At Black Dart, military takes the battle to drones

The large-scale exercise, involving all the military services, industry and some allies, seeks to refine defenses against a growing threat.

Unmanned, manned systems work to get on the same page at Red Flag

The joint exercises in Nevada were designed to better integrate unmanned aerial capabilities into larger force operations.

Internet of Things would speed care to wounded soldiers

The Defense Health Agency is developing clothing-embedded biosensors that will give medical teams a heads-up on the nature and extent of injuries.