Seventeen NATO countries now will share intelligence information in one place at the alliance’s new Intelligence Fusion Center. Some 100 international dignitaries, military leaders, and local British officials gathered at an opening ceremony on Oct. 16 in Cambridgeshire, England, reports Stars and Stripes. “The purpose of this center is to share, not to protect [intelligence],” said Marine Corps Gen. James Jones, Supreme Allied Commander Europe. Information will be gathered from NATO partners around the world, especially in Afghanistan, to consolidate information better and faster.
Feb. 23, 2024
The Department of the Air Force’s space acquisition boss called for industry to stop low-bidding contracts and for the Pentagon to only select realistic proposals on Feb. 23, arguing that failures to do so eventually forces the Space Force to “rob our future to pay for the past.”