How low-Earth orbit satellites will enable connectivity across all domains of warfare
Once in place, the Space Development Agency's space-based mesh network will facilitate near-real time connections between sensors and shooters, regardless of domain.
Pentagon reports boost in predatory foreign investment to US tech firms amid pandemic
There has been a "small uptick" in cases over the past several months, said the Defense Department official charged with overseeing the industrial base.
Countdown begins for release date of Pentagon’s spectrum strategy
The office of the Pentagon's chief information officer plans to open an internal division focuses on the electromagnetic spectrum.
Telework programs at DoD could stick around after coronavirus
The Department of Defense has expanded several capabilities to enable mass telework. Now it's discussing which ones may stick around permanently.
Is electronic warfare already legacy technology?
Electronic warfare is often held up as a core category of modern warfare. But if you ask William Conley, director of electronic warfare in the Office of the Under Secretary of Defense for Acquisition and Sustainment, the military will soon be moving on.
By Jill Aitoro