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Air Force picks the builder of its next Doomsday planes

Sierra Nevada gets a $13 billion contract to replace the E-4B Nighthawk by 2036.

Doctors prefer Pentagon's old health-records system to its new one

User satisfaction "increased minimally" last year for MHS Genesis, the electronic-records system installed under a 2015 contract, a GAO survey found.

How to fix the military’s software SNAFU

Too many of its apps are built on code riddled with vulnerabilities—and distributed by the Pentagon itself.

Should governments ban TikTok? Can they?

A cybersecurity expert explains the risks the app poses and the challenges to blocking it.

Targeting time shrinks from minutes to seconds in Army experiment

The latest edition of Project Convergence streamlines processes and adds new tech.

Government was third-largest ransomware target last year: FBI

And scams that feature impostors posing as government officials are on the rise.

The Navy is trying to use quantum computers to task spy satellites

Some problems are coming into focus for the next big leap in computing.

China is building its own Starlink—even as questions surround Musk's constellation

A recent rocket launch lofted satellites for a Chinese service to mimic SpaceX, which was slammed this weekend by a top U.S. lawmaker.

How Poland's new blimp may boost the Pentagon's connect-everything effort

The planned sale of a reconnaissance aerostat could help allies link up to JADC2.

The Navy is building dashboards for its connect-everything effort

A conversation with Rebellion Defense about its new contract for Project Overmatch.

In shakeup, Army cancels planned scout helo, will retire two drones

After sinking nearly $2 billion into the FARA program, service leaders decide "enduring, unmanned, and space-based assets" would do the job better.

Explainer: Pentagon's 'AN' equipment designations

If terms like AN/SSQ-53B(V) have you boggled, Forecast International offers a decoder key.

How Space Force is raising its cyber defenses

The newest service is building in-house cyber teams but also needs to work more closely with U.S. Cyber Command, a deputy chief of space operations says.

Military leaders are already using AI tools to help make decisions

Even simpler digitization and automation tools are streamlining combatant commanders' operations, the deputy chief of the Pentagon’s AI office said.

Effort to build common Mideast air picture gets a ‘B-minus’ from USAF official

“Slow but steady progress” cited by deputy commander of Air Forces Central Command.