Briana Reilly May 26, 2022

With the decade anniversary of the Pentagon's autonomous weapon systems policy nearing, the bedrock directive could soon be in for the refresh that some have sought for years.

Jason Sherman May 25, 2022

A top Army general believes the Russian invasion of Ukraine has ushered in a new benchmark for modern combat with wide-ranging implications for the United States and all modern armed forces: the normalization of ballistic missile attacks.

Audrey Decker May 25, 2022

After starting various developmental efforts and unmanned programs across the Navy, the service hopes to consolidate its efforts into a single team to accelerate the fielding of unmanned systems within the next five years.

Ethan Sterenfeld May 25, 2022

The Army is on track to finish a two-year effort to prototype two hybrid-electric Bradley Fighting Vehicles this summer, a service official said today.

Briana Reilly May 25, 2022

The Army's updated framework outlining its approach to implementing cloud solutions is in staffing and poised to be released "soon," the head of the service's Enterprise Cloud Management Agency said.

Audrey Decker May 24, 2022

The Navy has pushed up the timeline to fully transition from the MQ-8B Fire Scout variant to the MQ-8C from fiscal year 2024 to the end of this year.

AIA chief calls on Congress for increased defense spending, timely budgets

Aerospace Industries Association President and CEO Eric Fanning has sent a letter to senior lawmakers urging them to pass a defense budget that is 3% to 5% higher than the current rate of inflation and wants them to do so before the beginning of the next fiscal year on Oct. 1.

Kessel Run receives approval to use faster Software Acquisition Pathway

A crucial software development arm of the Air Force received approval to use a relatively new Software Acquisition Pathway that will allow it to advance technology to warfighters more quickly.