The Air Force and Space Force are trying to make service members' lives easier. According to leaders, new information technology and human resource practices seek to ensure service members can be more effective in accomplishing their mission and have a better day-to-day experience.
The United States is unprepared for a wartime fight with a peer adversary in the space and cyber domains, top U.S. generals said at AFA's Air, Space & Cyber Conference. "The answer is no, we're not ready," Lt. Gen. Leah G. Lauderback, Air Force deputy ...
Looking to address Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall’s operational imperatives, cyber leaders with the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center recently analyzed their networks and systems to see how they would hold up against cyber threats. The leaders came away with a “sobering” observation: Key ...
With roots in the near-space photo reconnaissance of the U-2 Dragon Lady, space-based intelligence, surveillance, and reconnaissance has become increasingly sophisticated and valuable over the past 65 years. Things will only get more interesting in the future.
A comprehensive look at the Air Force and the Space Force, including people, equipment, budget, weapons systems, and more.
Cyber standards set for commercial vendors; What if GPS goes dark?: Senators vie for New Space National Guard; USSF plans to add three new intelligence squadrons; MDA wants its own satellites.
Brief descriptions of each, as well as mission and Active-duty personnel numbers.
It has been almost exactly one year since the Air Force activated the 350th Spectrum Warfare Wing, the first of its kind, as part of its effort to build back electronic warfare and electromagnetic spectrum capabilities after years of letting them atrophy. And in some ...
The Air Force and Space Force are teaming up for a hackathon event in late July, looking to “validate rapid development” of new capabilities in an environment spread across bases, services, and classification levels.
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