Here's a look at how the Defense Department is being impacted by and responding to the COVID-19 pandemic.
Three Air Force medical teams are deploying to El Paso, Texas, where area hospitals are overflowing with COVID-19 patients and Army post Fort Bliss has declared a public health emergency.
The COVID-19 pandemic has exacerbated some of the risks that have always existed in the defense industrial base. Although government assistance and a robust Pentagon budget have helped offset initial trials, more challenges are looming.
A U.S. Air Force cyber squadron is using a new training platform to mature concepts for defensive cyber operations and improve the readiness in the digital domain, officials said in a Nov. 3 interview with C4ISRNET.
Joint all-domain command and control is driving change throughout the Air and Space Forces. Check out our latest on the quest for greater interconnectedness across the battlefield.
Lisa Gordon-Hagerty, the head of the National Nuclear Security Administration, has resigned her position effectively immediately.
The Joint Common Foundation platform will begin delivering simple services in 2021, according to the Joint Artificial Intelligence Center’s new director.
A Pentagon watchdog agency in a new report praises the Navy’s efforts to reduce physiological episodes in aviators, citing ongoing physiology research, aircrew training, and vehicle maintenance and upgrades.
Airbus and Raytheon have filed protests with the Government Accountability Office challenging Space Development Agency contracts awarded to L3Harris and SpaceX last month for eight missile-tracking satellites, putting the projects on hold until the dispute is resolved.
The Air Force Research Laboratory plans to solicit industry ideas for its ground-breaking lunar patrol satellite concept by the end of the year, says AFRL program manager Capt. David Buehler.
Raytheon Technologies, L3Harris’ Interstate Electronics Corp., and BAE Systems collectively received $552.5 million in contracts to develop and produce integrated circuit cards for military GPS receivers.
Check out Sierra Nevada Corp.’s new digital interactive that lets you take a virtual voyage to space—into low-Earth orbit and to the International Space Station, to be specific—and back again with the company’s Dream Chaser spaceplane. The interactive is best experienced in Google Chrome, SNC notes.