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Michael Marrow August 12, 2022

Competition will be "fundamental" for the success of the Next Generation Air Dominance program's collaborative combat aircraft component, Air Force acquisition chief Andrew Hunter told reporters yesterday, warning that progress on the effort could be stifled if Congress does not grant the service’s request to divest certain aircraft.

Jason Sherman August 12, 2022

The United States executed a ballistic missile intercept test over the Pacific Ocean during a multinational maritime exercise that included Japan, South Korea and other nations, in an event that overlapped with China's coercive military exercises -- including missile launches -- around Taiwan.

Evan Ochsner August 12, 2022

The head of the Army's rapid capability development unit on Wednesday said China's strong development of hypersonics was due to a major head start over the U.S. and called on the defense industry to harden its cyber defenses against China and other adversaries.

Audrey Decker August 12, 2022

Boeing will begin converting the first Block II F/A-18E/F Super Hornet to the most advanced version of the fighter jet at the end of this year.

Sara Friedman August 12, 2022

Using managed service providers to help companies reach Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification compliance should extend beyond the Defense Department by incorporating civilian agencies that also handle controlled unclassified information, according to a former General Services Administration senior official.

Nakasone: DOD consideration of CMMC managed service providers should incorporate civilian agencies

Using managed service providers to help companies reach Cybersecurity Maturity Model Certification compliance should extend beyond the Defense Department by incorporating civilian agencies that also handle controlled unclassified information, according to a former General Services Administration senior official.

Analysts weigh scenarios for Chinese blockade of Taiwan and impact on U.S. Navy

As China flexes its military muscle around Taiwan and the U.S. Navy continues its freedom-of-navigation operations, analysts say a potential blockade or quarantine of Taiwan is more likely than an invasion of the island, a scenario that will weigh heavily on U.S. policy decisions.

RCCTO chief updates on China

The head of the Army's rapid capability development unit on Wednesday said China's strong development of hypersonics was due to a major head start over the U.S. and called on the defense industry to harden its cyber defenses against China and other adversaries.