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April 3, 2024

The Air Force is quietly revolutionizing parts replacement
By Patrick Tucker

A startup's robotic system that fits on a truck could replace sprawling die-cast factories.

Pentagon will use commercial space assets in military operations, under new plan
By Lauren C. Williams

The unclassified document aims "to be transparent" about what the military needs and how private companies fit in.


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The Navy wants to make info warfare training ubiquitous
By Lauren C. Williams

The plan is to open three new training centers and integrate nearly two dozen systems into the live, virtual, constructive training environment.

The Pentagon gets a cyber czar
By David DiMolfetta

Upon confirmation, the new assistant defense secretary for cyber policy will oversee spending on network operations, outreach to industry, and more.

Today's D Brief: Drones vs. factories; GE's engine spinoff; USAFA's diversity struggle; New job for Cold-War crane; And a bit more.
By Ben Watson and Bradley Peniston


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