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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.

Jason Sherman June 11, 2021

The head of U.S. Indo-Pacific Command is seeking full funding in fiscal year 2022 for a new Guam missile defense system -- arguing the project requires an additional $231.7 million beyond the Missile Defense Agency's request of $118.3 million -- as well as advocating for the Homeland Defense Radar-Hawaii, which MDA declined to resource in its annual spending request for a second consecutive year.

Ethan Sterenfeld June 10, 2021

Ten companies demonstrated their electric or hybrid-electric vehicle capabilities at an Army soldier touch point May 10-14 at Ft. Benning, GA, to help the service develop a plan for the electric Light Reconnaissance Vehicle, its first electric tactical vehicle.

Sara Friedman June 10, 2021

The first authorized, certified third-party assessment organization has entered the marketplace to conduct official audits for defense contractors who want to become certified under the Pentagon's Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification program.

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.

Navy completes first unmanned aerial refueling using MQ-25 Stingray prototype

The Navy's unmanned MQ-25 program completed its first-ever refueling from an unmanned tanker to a manned receiver aircraft, an F/A-18 Super Hornet, Friday, the service announced.

White House restoring $2.2B in military construction funds Trump diverted to border wall

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.