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Briana Reilly October 6, 2022

The Pentagon's technology chief has stood up a task force charged with finding "the right balance of openness and security" for each of the areas she's named as critical for research and engineering -- the latest in a long line of reviews centering on the relationship between furthering academic study and safeguarding U.S. interests.

Evan Ochsner October 6, 2022

Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville said new service doctrine that will inform multidomain operations will present a "fundamental change in how we look at things."

Michael Marrow October 6, 2022

The Space Development Agency has tapped York Space Systems to deliver Tranche 1 Demonstration and Experimentation System satellites, SDA Director Derek Tournear told reporters during a virtual roundtable today.

Michael Marrow October 6, 2022

The Air Force has certified an initial design for the F-35A to carry nuclear bombs, Inside Defense has learned, putting the service months ahead of its January 2023 goal.

Jason Sherman October 6, 2022

The Air Force, in a rough estimate, believes the cost to re-engine the B-52 bomber fleet is about $11.7 billion, including $3.7 billion to develop and $8 billion to procure -- a figure not previously reported that will likely be refined next summer when the service formally launches the program.

Shelley K. Mesch October 6, 2022

The new commander of the Air Force's 350th Spectrum Warfare Wing said he's focusing on having the right people develop the right capabilities to speed up adoption of electromagnetic warfare as called for in the Air Force secretary's operational imperatives.

Natsec agencies seek inclusion of SBOM in update to NIST series on CUI

The National Institute of Standards and Technology's update to the Special Publication 800-171 series should include guidance on Software Bill of Materials in regards to how contractors are handling the use of controlled unclassified information held on nonfederal systems, according to recent feedback from the Defense Department and the National Security Agency.

Navy launches additive manufacturing facility to boost submarine industrial base

Navy officials and industry partners cut the ribbon yesterday on a new additive manufacturing facility intended to bolster the service's submarine industrial base.

McConville: New Army doctrine will bring 'fundamental' change

Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville said new service doctrine that will inform multidomain operations will present a "fundamental change in how we look at things."