The Pentagon’s Innovation Shop Wants More Influence in 2023

The agency wants to be part of program executives’ acquisition strategies and to spread more commercial-based tech across the department.

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US to Send 31 M1 Abrams Tanks to Ukraine

They will join “hundreds” more armored vehicles arriving amid concerns about an anticipated Russian offensive.

CEOs Downplay Anticipated Gridlock on Capitol Hill, Defense Spending Cuts

Lockheed, Raytheon chiefs also say pandemic-era supply-chain woes are subsiding.

Advanced F-16 Version Makes First Flight, Lockheed Says

Five countries have ordered the fighter jet’s Block 70 variant, and the company is looking for more customers.

Defense Industry Decries Possible GOP-led Spending Cuts

AIA letter begs lawmakers to avoid another sequestration deal.

How Digital Twinning Is Helping Improve Submarine Communications

Lessons from the challenging world of undersea operations ought to be applied across the military.

Army May Consider Buying Weapons Parts in Advance to Avoid Delays

The service should look at weapons buying “in a nonlinear way,” Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville said

Navy Secretary Warns: If Defense Industry Can’t Boost Production, Arming Both Ukraine and the US May Become ‘Challenging’

Carlos Del Toro’s comments come as an admiral accuses weapons makers of using the pandemic as an excuse for not delivering arms on time.