‘We Have Nothing’ to Indicate that UFOs Are Aliens, Defense Official Says

The Pentagon says it has no data to suggest unidentified anomalous phenomena come from outer space.

Aerojet Rocketdyne Has a New Suitor. Will the Biden Administration Approve?

L3Harris Technologies has entered a $4.7 billion deal to acquire the rocket manufacturer.

Cyber, Speed, and UFOs: A Tour of Tech Provisions in the 2023 NDAA

The defense policy bill also prods the intelligence community to follow other defense agencies’ emerging-tech efforts.


Aerojet Rocketdyne Struggling to Deliver Rocket Motors, Raytheon CEO Says

The charge comes after the Aerojet CEO questioned whether Raytheon has problems of its own.

Boeing Defense to Cut Execs, Consolidate Divisions

The reorganization is part of a wider culture change pushed by the business unit’s new CEO.

The US’s New Tool for Deterrence Isn’t Ready

The “SOF, space, and cyber triad” is meant to serve as an integrated deterrent, much like the nuclear triad.

It’s Official: Space Force Sets Sights on Smaller Satellites

The newest service’s acquisition chief also calls for more fixed-price contracts and fewer classified programs.

Why the Pentagon’s Crush on Elon Musk Is Dangerous to Democracy

Once considered a cross between Thomas Edison and Moses, Musk is revealing himself to be an ill-informed, would-be tyrant.