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Advanced radar and sensing technologies fill airspace intelligence security gaps

Fortem Technologies will demonstrate its innovative end-to-end system for detecting and thwarting sophisticated aerial threats at AUSA.

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L3Harris eyes 2025 for F-16 EW production

Viper Shield will enable international customers to detect more than one enemy.

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US Navy: ‘Non-kinetic effects’ will likely decide the next war

The service’s new cyber strategy lays out lines of effort for a new era of warfare.

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M-21-31 Compliance: What Government Leaders Need to Know

The Office of Management and Budget’s (OMB) M-21-31 provides federal civilian and defense leaders with a much-needed roadmap toward greater cybersecurity.

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Can troops with 3D printers save the Pentagon’s mass-drone vision?

Big defense contractors aren’t jumping at the chance to make cheap drones. It might be up to the troops.



Defense One Radio, Ep. 139: What we learned from a Middle Eastern airshow

We take a look at how officials around the region are carrying on with business as usual despite Israel's war with Hamas.

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DARPA seeks AI-powered ‘autonomous scientist’ to help researchers

The agency wants to do for scientists what AI code generators have done for programmers.


‘Russia is weaponizing time,’ Ukraine tells NATO

At Halifax conference, Western policy leaders struggled to meet a concatenation of crises.


Info threats demand a ‘cultural shift,’ new Pentagon strategy says

“The consistent integration of informational and physical power” must become “the norm.”


Ukraine’s artillery supply declines as shells go to Israel

President Zelenskyy confirms that 155mm deliveries are drying up, even as Russia presses an assault in the east.


Boeing aims to 'stabilize’ defense business as it pitches Mideast countries

New commercial sales and a NATO purchase cheer company officials after a downbeat earnings call.


Missile-defense platform shows warming relations between Japan, S. Korea

By December, INDOPACOM aims to roll out a trilateral data-sharing system prescribed in a May agreement.

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US, Indonesia expand defense cooperation, starting with cyber and space

It’s part of a larger effort across the region where cyber vulnerabilities are “a real point of concern,” a defense official said.