SAVANNAH, GA -- In an effort to maintain their hold on the Joint Surveillance Target Attack Radar System, Northrop Grumman and General Dynamics are boasting about an integrated Gulfstream 550 testbed that would help the companies accelerate the Air Force's JSTARS recapitalization timeline.
Following its win of the Joint Light Tactical Vehicle production contract, Oshkosh's defense business is adding employees and readying for a more predictable path forward.
Air Force officials disclosed this week that the service has completed major subsystem risk reduction on its Long-Range Strike Bomber, which they expect will shorten the time frame required for the engineering and manufacturing development phase.
A wide-ranging speech given Wednesday by Frank Kendall, the Pentagon's acquisition chief, provided updates to a variety of ongoing initiatives including cybersecurity, the Long Range Research and Development Plan and the new oversight system being crafted for services contracts.
Inside the Pentagon, Sept. 3, 2015 -- The Pentagon's advanced research arm is planning a proposers' day event this month for a program that seeks to demonstrate employing a number of air-launched, air-recoverable unmanned systems that could be used in aerial denial environments.
Inside the Army, September 7, 2015 -- The Army's downsized force may still be able to fulfill the Defense Strategic Guidance, albeit with "significant risk," and "perpetual capacity shortfalls" until after fiscal year 2021, according to an internal budget document obtained by InsideDefense.com.
The Army's downsized forces may still be able to fulfill the Defense Strategic Guidance, albeit with "significant risk," and "perpetual capacity shortfalls" until after fiscal year 2021, according to an internal budget document obtained by InsideDefense.com.
DOCUMENT: Executive Summary Of The Army's FY-17/21 POM
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