Inside the Navy, Oct. 27, 2014 -- The Navy's top shipbuilding modernization priority, the Ohio-class replacement ballistic missile submarine, will not be impacted by the continuing resolution passed by Congress because the service convinced Pentagon officials of the importance of the program, according to a service official.
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DefenseAlert, Oct. 24, 2014 -- The Missile Defense Agency on Monday plans to test a new version of the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System that aims to give the Navy the ability to simultaneously conduct air and ballistic missile defense -- a first-ever integrated capability that, if validated, would allow the nation to efficiently expand the BMD-capable fleet.
DefenseAlert, Oct. 24, 2014 -- After satisfying more than 500 requests in the past decade, the Pentagon's joint rapid acquisition cell is unlikely to slow its pace in the face of new global threats, according to the outgoing chief of the program.
DefenseAlert, Oct. 24, 2014 -- The commander of U.S. forces on the Korean Peninsula said the miniaturization of a nuclear device and cyberattack were among the "evolving and developing" threats from North Korea that have indefinitely delayed the transfer of operational control in the region to the South Korean military.
Inside the Air Force, Oct. 17, 2014 -- The Air Force has approved a new acquisition concept for the MQ-9 Reaper that will reduce the cycle time between capability upgrades, according to the head of Air Combat Command's intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance weapons systems division.DefenseAlert: Daily News
- Air Force Avoids New-Start Ban, Launches 6th-Gen Fighter, Next-Gen JSTARS
- CNO To 'Educate' Lawmakers On Importance Of Ohio Replacement
- Raytheon SM-6 Missiles Intercept Two Targets In 'Engage On Remote' Test (Updated)
- Advisory Panel: DOD S&T Enterprise Out Of Step With Future Military Needs
- Admiral: Ohio-Class Replacement Program Has 'Ingredients For Failure'
- DOD Directive On The Under Secretary Of Defense For Intelligence
- Army Performance Work Statement For The Cyber Battle Lab
- Army LCM-8 Replacement Request For Information
- Army Water Craft Systems Industry Day Announcement
- Army RFI On Better Use Of The Electromagnetic Spectrum
- DOD Directive On Command And Control Enabling Capabilities
DefenseAlert, Oct. 22, 2014 -- The Defense Department continues to plan for the worst should the automatic budget cuts triggered by sequestration remain law in fiscal year 2016, according to Rear Adm. John Kirby, the Pentagon's chief spokesman.
News on the Air Force's next-generation airlifter and fighter aircraft, unmanned systems and more.
An Inside the Air Force story published today highlights the intense operational tempo for the service's Predator and Reaper unmanned systems: According to service officials, the current inventory of Predators and Reapers are almost fully committed . . .10/23/2014
Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel and South Korean Minister of National Defense Han Min-koo have agreed "to implement South Korea's proposal for a conditions-based approach to transferring wartime control of allied forces, known as OPCON, to . . .10/22/2014
Lockheed Martin is partnering with Turkish company Rocketsan for the SOM-J, a new air-to-surface standoff cruise missile for the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter, according to a company statement. Roketsan and Lockheed signed a teaming agreement Oct. . . .