The State Department approved a $75 million deal for Raytheon to upgrade and maintain Phalanx Close-In Weapon Systems operated by Britain’s Royal Navy.
The MRZR counter-drone system can blast drones from the sky with electronic attack.
After a year of study, here's one key takeaway the Air Force learned about multidomain operations.
DARPA wants to change the game for high-efficiency circuitry.
The 4th Annual CyberCon, November 1 in Pentagon City, VA
The Army has issued an award for its 2-channel leader radio.
Northrop Grumman received $9 million contract modification to a major electronic warfare program.
The Pentagon's "surprising technology" office has a new lead.
Developed in conjunction with a NATO military, the new software can meet both military and law enforcement needs.
As space and cyber inject new questions about how to do command and control, the Air Force is hoping a series of tabletop exercises will help it come up with improved ideas.
Serbia is positioning itself as a military-neutral country, as its government aims to procure weapons and military gear for the country’s armed forces from various suppliers.
Fewer Reapers and more quadcopters suggest one direction for future drone acquisitions.