Who Should Be NATO’s Next Secretary General?
With profound challenges on the horizon, NATO needs a highly skilled leader to be its voice. Only candidates with international credibility and a track record of delivering for Ukraine need apply.
GE Joins Lockheed in Lobbying for New Tanker Competition
Coalition turns up heat three months after USAF said they’d probably just buy Boeing.
Integrated PPBE Planning Is Necessary to Make JADC2 a Success
The PPBE planning process is foundational to JADC2, but there are significant roadblocks to making the joint mission a reality.
Army Follows Other Branches in Reorganizing IT Efforts
Expect a one-stop cyber shop as network-related programs move to new homes.
Overheating F-35s May Get Service-Specific Cooling Upgrades, Likely Hiking Cost
The jets’ engines are running twice as hot as designed, boosting maintenance and capping performance.
North America Executive Summary 2023 Ransomware Trends Report: Lessons Learned from 350 Cyber Attacks
Download the 2023 North America Executive Summary to learn from their experiences so you can make sure you are prepared.
Marines Will Restructure Infantry Battalions by September
The changes are informed by the service’s Infantry Battalion Experiment, part of Force Design 2030.
We Argued About Admitting Ukraine to NATO in 2008. Now We Agree on It.
The authors—longtime senior U.S. and German national-security figures—describe how they concluded that alliance membership is a necessary step.
Army Seeks Bomb-Carrying Drones Like Ukraine’s
Average U.S. soldiers could pilot lethal quadcopters—if they are ever fielded.
Defense One Radio, Ep. 126: Why Ukraine’s drone war is more complex than you think
We review the evolution of drone tactics in the second year of Russia’s Ukraine invasion.
USAF Calls Killer-AI Report ‘Anecdotal’
Chief of AI test and operations says he “misspoke” about a “thought experiment” in which a drone killed its operator.
L3Harris Won't Attend the Paris Air Show
CEO says the company will choose to focus attention on the company’s operations.
Pentagon Buying Musk’s Starlink for Ukraine
SpaceX had donated 20,000 satellite terminals to Ukraine, but later said the service was “never intended to be weaponized.”
‘Fort Liberty’: Army More Than Half Done Scrubbing Confederate Names from Its Bases
The new name for Fort Bragg is a compromise between airborne and Special Forces, one source said.
AI, China ‘Defining Challenges of Our Time’: CISA Director
Jen Easterly outlined her concerns about Beijing’s aggressive cyber posture and the rise of largely unregulated generative-AI tools.
Satellite Data Could Boost Border Security, Disaster Response
Homeland Security relies on satellite imagery for its missions—and it wants more.
Misfiring Cannons, Rotted Tires in US Army Gear Pulled for Ukraine, Watchdog Finds
It’s not the first time the unit and its contractor have been faulted for poorly maintained equipment by the service's inspector general.
Macron Will Push NATO For ‘Concrete’ Security Guarantee for Ukraine
With alliance membership still unsure, French president wants the next best thing.
Gen. Eric Smith Tapped as Next Marine Commandant
Assistant commandant expected to press on with sweeping Force Design 2030 changes.