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Marine Corps in the next phase of MCEITS IT transformation

The 2.0 stage of the Marine Corps Enterprise Information Technology Services program is adding new applications and capabilities ahead of schedule, VMware’s Bill Rowan writes.

Navy makes plans for cyber R&D

According to recent budget documents, the Navy is asking for $88 million in research and development fund to help shore up its networks.

Navy still has long way toward CANES installation

With installation aboard the USS Nimitz, the Navy has put another aircraft carrier on its new shipboard tactical network, and has plans for a total of 219 ships by 2023.

Critical infrastructure is a growing cyber target

A former Secret Service CISO, now with Trend Micro, talks about critical infrastructure threats, the "trust deficit" among international partners and the challenge of scaling U.S. cybersecurity expertise.

DARPA's sensor-laden quadcopter zooms around indoors at 45 mph

The Fast Lightweight Autonomy program could give soldiers and rescue teams a look inside unstable buildings with a minimum of operator effort.

A Logistics Supply Vessel was used in the exercise.

Army, Navy display joint communications in Hawaii

Combining the Navy's global MUOS satellite systems with Manpack radios and the Army's Joint Battle Command-Platform could fill gaps in the Pacific.

Missile-warning sensor advances despite launch uncertainties

The developer of a platform to carry an Air Force missile defense sensor reported progress, but it's unclear when the test bed will get off the ground.

Stratcom brings Spain into the space surveillance fold

The U.S. Strategic Command recently signed a memorandum of understanding with Spain, the tenth country agreeing to share space situational awareness.

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