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How SaaS Can Help the DoD Achieve its Modernization Goals

At the heart of the Department of Defense’s Software Modernization Strategy is the call to adopt agile, scalable solutions designed to help the warfighter at the mission’s edge.

Policy

Why Defense Budgets Will Stay High After the Ukraine War

The war is exposing how European nations were underinvesting in defense, and the critical role that renewable energy will play in transatlantic security.

Policy

Space Force Is Setting Up Inside Combatant Commands

INDOPACOM is the first warfighting command to stand up a USSF component, but it won’t be the last.

Business

Will Tech Layoffs Finally Help Defense Firms Get the Engineers They Seek?

Some observers say industry and government are moving too slowly to capitalize on a unique opportunity.

Voices

Science & Tech

Start Moving to Quantum-Safe Cryptography, White House Tells Feds

The Office of Management and Budget released new guidance to begin the governmentwide effort to protect digital infrastructure from quantum attacks.

Threats

Army: Renovating Moldy Barracks is Just the Beginning of Prepping for Climate Change

While the Army works to improve and renovate facilities across the globe, it feels it’s built “solid” against climate impacts to come.

Science & Tech

Air Force Flies New Tanker for 36 Hours Straight

It’s part of a Pentagon trend of wringing surprising performance out of existing weapons.

Policy

Ukraine, Irregular-War Changes Are Reshaping Pentagon’s Info-Ops Strategy

Civilians reporting military movements and a return to proxy war will inform the first IO update in seven years.

Science & Tech

Ukraine Is Getting Nervous About Elon Musk

Kyiv is looking for alternatives to Musk’s Starlink internet terminals and worrying about rising misinformation on Twitter.

Threats

Polish Military Chief Says Russia is Escalating on NATO’s Border

After missile debris kills Poles, Ukrainian officials say “air shield” talks with allies are underway.

Threats

China Fired a New Missile After Pelosi’s Taiwan Visit, PacFleet Says

The weapon was part of a barrage of missiles and live-fire exercises meant to signal disapproval of the U.S. visit to the self-governing island.

Policy

Special Operators Lack ‘Seat at the Table’ in Post-Counterterror Pentagon, SOF Leaders Say

Even as U.S.-trained Ukranians show their mettle, SOF is getting lost in the transition to great power competition, says the assistant defense secretary for special ops.

Ideas

Muhammad Ali’s Foreign Policy Lessons

Like the great boxer, America needs to know how to pick the time and place to engage.