A recent report by Govini finds that the U.S. government’s spending on UAS has grown 6 percent over the last five years.
The Marine Corps unveiled a new cyber unit called Marine Corps Cyberspace Warfare Group to man, train and equip its cyberspace mission teams.
DARPA has awarded contracts to four companies for the project, which seeks to launch inexpensive UAS from other aircraft and retrieve them mid-air after their missions.
The Tactical Service Orientated Architecture lets Marines on the battlefield get mission-critical information via mobile device.
FCW's annual awards honoring distinguished accomplishments in government IT includes a broad array of defense leaders.
The contractors will compete to replace obsolete or malfunctioning electronics throughout the Defense Department.
Army officials discuss the need to be able to adapt to ever-changing threats in the electromagnetic spectrum.
The deputy defense secretary expressed skepticism about autonomous vehicles in the near term, noting that unmanned wingmen in the air will occur first.