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Marine Corps orders radars from Northrop

Northrop Grumman will deliver nine more AN/TPS-80 Ground/Air Task-Oriented Radar radars.

NGA is Helping Decipher Picture in Crimea

NGA Director Robert Cardillo discussed how GEOINT is helping keep tabs on the Russians in Crimea and…

DRS wins $339M targeting contract

JETS is a joint Army, Air Force and Marine Corps effort to develop a handheld targeting system.

Bell Helicopter unveils tilt-rotor drone

The V-247 would be a large UAV with a 65-foot wingspan.

Clinton strikes harsh tone on cyber

During the first presidential debate, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton said the U.S. will not perm…

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Air Force employing open architecture approach to DCGS

An Air Force battle management team is taking steps to address concerns as it relates to its Distrib…

Navy awards contract for frigate IT

Lockheed Martin has been awarded a $79.5 million Navy contract to provide an open architecture comba…

Can ICITE and JIE work together?

How are ICITE and JIE contributing to providing decision makers and troops the information they need…

Army moving forward on data center pilot

The Army is getting ready to award a contract for a data center pilot at Redstone in Huntsville, Ala…

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UES awarded nanoelectronics contract

UES Inc. has been awarded a $42 million Air Force contract to develop materials for nanoelectronics.

CACI awarded $77M special operations contract

CACI has been awarded a $77 million contract to provide communications for U.S. Special Operations.

DepSecDef: JICSpOC is first organizational construct of the third offset

Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work described the Joint Interagency Combined Space Operations Center a…

Air Force sees multidomain command and control as critical

Air Force officials at the Air, Space and Cyber Conference discussed how multidomain command and con…

Thinklogical awarded NATO communications contract

Thinklogical will provide equipment and services under a contract with the NATO Communications and I…

UAS/ISR

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Bell Helicopter unveils tilt-rotor drone

The V-247 would be a large UAV with a 65-foot wingspan.

Navy breaks ground on new aviation test site

The Navy broke ground on a new aviation test site where the majority of testing for the MQ-25 Stingr…

American woman sentenced for plot to sell drones to China

A California woman has been sentenced to 50 months in prison for attempting to sell drones and other…

The Case for Integrated Civilian, Military ISR/C4ISR Strategies

ISR plays a pivotal role in strengthening border security, which in its wider context is crucial in…

GEOINT

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NGA is Helping Decipher Picture in Crimea

NGA Director Robert Cardillo discussed how GEOINT is helping keep tabs on the Russians in Crimea and…

Army awards Leidos max $777M geospatial contract

Leidos will support the Army Geospatial Center's High-Resolution, 3-D Geospatial Information program…

Army looks to tiny cameras for a GPS backup

Vision aided navigation aims to provide reliable guidance when GPS signals are blocked.

Geospatial company Vricon awarded Army contract

Vricon will provide the Army Geospatial Center with 10-meter and 0.5-meter geospatial data.

ManTech wins NGA contract

The IT services contract is valued at up to $322 million.

Cyber

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Clinton strikes harsh tone on cyber

During the first presidential debate, Democratic nominee Hillary Clinton said the U.S. will not perm…

7 ways the Air Force is battling cyber vulnerabilities in weapons systems

The Air Force has established several lines of attack aimed to harden cyber defenses of weapons syst…

CYBERCOM not involved in most incidents

Cyber Command's deputy commander said at the Air, Space and Cyber Conference that the command is not…

Air Force sees multidomain command and control as critical

Air Force officials at the Air, Space and Cyber Conference discussed how multidomain command and con…

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DISA realigns computing and storage operations

DISA's realignment in computing and storage activities targets efficiencies, reduced costs and incre…

DoD is 'rebranding' endpoint security

DISA is rolling a number of capabilities into a single suite for an evolved and more holistic approa…

DISA Global unveils new cyber facility

DISA Global Operations Command unveiled a new state of the art cyber facility at Scott Air Force Bas…

Airbus cryptography approved for Pentagon communications

ECTOCRYP Black is now listed as a DoD Secure Communications Device on DISA's approved products list.

DISA preps milCloud to go commercial

A new request for proposals is expected by mid-June for a two-phase milCloud 2.0.

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