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Aidan Quigley June 15, 2021

GOP lawmakers criticized acting Navy Secretary Thomas Harker Tuesday for suggesting nuclear sea-launched cruise missile development efforts should be defunded in a recent memo.

Jason Sherman June 15, 2021

The Pentagon's No. 2 civilian has approved for operational use the first batch of manufactured Standard Missile-3 Block IIA interceptors, setting the stage for the Missile Defense Agency to issue a technical declaration of improved defenses against Iranian threats for U.S. forces in Europe and NATO allies.

Ethan Sterenfeld June 15, 2021

The Army is developing a common robotic controller software that should make it easier for soldiers to operate a bevy of robots on the future battlefield, according to officials from the Ground Vehicle Systems Center.

Marjorie Censer June 14, 2021

The National Defense Industrial Association, in its latest survey of the defense industrial base, found that nearly 32% of defense contractors do not expect their businesses to return to a normal level of operations for more than six months.

Tony Bertuca June 11, 2021

The White House announced today it would restore $2.2 billion in remaining unobligated military construction funds former President Trump previously redirected to build a wall on the U.S.-Mexico border without the approval of Congress.

Courtney Albon June 11, 2021

FORT WORTH, TX -- As Lockheed Martin and the F-35 joint program office continue negotiations for the next production contract, the company is looking to smooth out delivery quantities and recover from the impacts of the COVID-19 pandemic.

Huntington Ingalls hires Gokhale

Huntington Ingalls Industries said today it has named Ashutosh Gokhale chief financial officer for its technical solutions division.

Wittman, Palazzo push Navy to execute amphibious ship block buy in new legislation

Two Republican lawmakers have introduced legislation that would hold half of the Defense Department's cost assessment and program evaluation office budget until the Navy executes a block-buy contract with Huntington Ingalls Industries for four amphibious ships.

NATO members endorse new cyber defense policy

President Biden and leaders from the 30 nations that make up the North Atlantic Treaty Organization endorsed a new cyber defense policy Monday that calls for invoking its self-defense clause against cyberattacks from adversaries on a "case-by-case basis."

DOD releases annual CAPE report

The Defense Department's cost assessment and program evaluation office has released an annual report describing its activities in the past year.

Army developing common software to control ground robots

The Army is developing a common robotic controller software that should make it easier for soldiers to operate a bevy of robots on the future battlefield, according to officials from the Ground Vehicle Systems Center.

House authorizers release FY-22 NDAA mark-up schedule

House Armed Services Committee Chairman Adam Smith (D-WA) and Ranking Member Mike Rogers (R-AL) today released the full committee and subcommittee mark-up schedule for the fiscal year 2022 defense authorization bill.