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Israel Defense Ministry Unveils New Weapons at Paris Defense Exhibition

Israel’s Ministry of Defense International Defense Cooperation Directorate is expected to put up a fairly strong showing of the country’s current defense industry progress at this year’s Eurosatory defense exhibition,... More of this article »
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Army Legal Team Request Program to Experiment with Tactical Vehicle Electrification

Lawmakers with the United States House Armed Services Tactical Air and Land Subcommittee have recently argued that they want the US Army to initiate and operate a new pilot program which will determine the potential benefit of electrical... More of this article »
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US Air Force Aims to Improve European Operations with New A-10C Fighters

Recently, a unit at the Maryland Air National Guard sent a fleet of 10 new A-10C Thunderbolt II fighter jets to be a part of a multinational combat exercise in eastern Europe.  This is one of the biggest training delegations to arrive... More of this article »
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Pentagon To Rethink Space Program Classification Determination Method

The United States Department of Defense might need to rewrite its guide for space program classifications. According to a government policy official, Congress directed the Pentagon, last year, to review its in-house classified space... More of this article »
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General Motors Seeks Domestic Market for New Tactical Vehicle

General Motors has launched a new division aimed at designing and manufacturing vehicles specifically built to market to the Department of Defense.  As a matter of fact, GM only developed this subsidiary when they signed a contract... More of this article »
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Army Verifies New Information-Sharing Technology with Project Convergence 22

This week, the United States Army verified that those military services and international forces who participate in Project Convergence, this year, will be able to exchange information and connect with each other over long distances. ... More of this article »
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Next-Gen Air Force Fighter Moves to Critical Initial Stage

Last week, the Secretary of the Air Force, Frank Kendall, updated progress on the Air Force’s highly classified and top secret fighter program is about to begin its most important engineering and manufacturing developmental phase. At... More of this article »
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South Korea Reveals Plan to Increase, Upgrade Patriot Missile Inventory

South Korea has recently implemented a plan to purchase a handful of new Patriot Advanced Capability-3 missiles from Lockheed Martin. This is part of a strategy to bulk up its existing defense, specifically against a ballistic missile... More of this article »
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US Air Force to Reduce Tanker Fleet

The United States Air Force has recently intimated a plan to reduce their fleet of aerial refueling tankers by roughly 5 percent. At a recent Heritage Foundation think tank event, Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall revealed their plan... More of this article »
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India’s Ministry of Defence To Develop New Astra Weapon

In early June, the Defence Ministry of India awarded a ballistics contract worth $4244.4 million.  The contract is going to Bharat Dymanics Limited—which is run by the state—and is aimed at supplying locally-developed Astra MK-I... More of this article »
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New MQ-9B Upgrade Provides First-In-Its Class Short Aircraft Takeoff and Landing Capabilities

More commonly known as drones, unmanned aerial systems have transformed modern society. This is particularly true in the realm of war and national security where these machines can more effectively gather and deliver intelligence while... More of this article »
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DARPA Wants to Improve Air Cargo Capabilities for the Pentagon at Half the Price

The Defense Advanced Projects Research Agency (DARPA) has revealed plans to progress efforts to build a new kind of plane.  If they are successful, this unusual aircraft will notably rival the lift capabilities of the Air Force’s... More of this article »
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Poland Looks to Acquire 500 Rocket Launchers from US Manufacturers to Boost Their Artillery Forces

Since the onset of the Russian invasion of their neighbor Ukraine, Poland has decided to accelerate several different acquisitions to improve their defenses.  For one, Polish Defence Minister Mariusz Blaszczak just recently announced... More of this article »
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Pentagon Updates Autonomous 10-Year Old Weapons Directive

The United States Department of Defense recently revealed they are updating their autonomous weapons guidance in order to consider more advances in artificial intelligence technology.  The current head of the Pentagon’s Office... More of this article »
Image for US Army Signs Deal with Raytheon Technologies to Fill Stinger Missile Stock

US Army Signs Deal with Raytheon Technologies to Fill Stinger Missile Stock

According to a recent statement from Raytheon Technologies, the United States Army has awarded them a contract to build Stinger anti-aircraft missiles.  This contract—worth $624.6 million—is aimed to restock the army’s supply... More of this article »
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Pentagon Tech Official Hopes to Develop “All in One” Sensor for the Defense Department

US Government’s Pentagon seen from above A top tech official at the Pentagon says they want an “all in one” sensor to address defense work. According to US undersecretary of defense, Heidi Shyu, this sensor is just one of... More of this article »
Image for Federal Watchdog Approves Pentagon Progress on Scheduled Cybersecurity Improvements

Federal Watchdog Approves Pentagon Progress on Scheduled Cybersecurity Improvements

In a new report from the United States Government Accountability Office, the Department of Defense is effectively working towards securing sensitive networks among a handful of pressing cyber-challenges from adversarial foreign entities... More of this article »
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Senators Are Worried that Air Force Plans for New Aircraft Will Create Capability Gaps

Earlier last week, top US senators told Air Force officials their plan to modernize important aspects of their fleet could actually serve as an obstacle to fulfill crucial missions; and this could affect operations for the next several... More of this article »
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Audit Finds Military Command Spent Pandemic Funds on Space Analytics and IT Upgrades

According to a recent audit by the United States Department of Defense’s inspector general, US Northern Command and the North American Aerospace Defense Command spent several million dollars intended for COVID-19 relief on special... More of this article »