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Ethan Sterenfeld January 18, 2022

Dismounted infantry is the foundation of the Stryker brigade's fighting power, and that will not change as modernization programs make Stryker vehicles more lethal, according to the Army official responsible for coordinating the brigades' doctrine, training, personnel and materiel requirements.

Briana Reilly January 18, 2022

Defense officials plan to release an analysis of alternatives surrounding the now-declassified Ground Moving Target Indicator satellite program in late spring, the chief of space operations said today, as the Space Force gears up to focus on further force design work in the service’s third year. 

Evan Ochsner January 18, 2022

A Sikorsky-Boeing helicopter vying to replace the UH-60 Blackhawk successfully completed Future Long-Range Assault Aircraft mission profile test flights, the companies announced Tuesday.

Jason Sherman January 18, 2022

Israel today conducted a major test of its national missile defense system, launching a pair of its most advanced guided-missile interceptors against a ballistic missile target in an event designed to assess the limits of the weapon system.

Aidan Quigley January 14, 2022

Austal is adding staff to its recently acquired San Diego maintenance facility as part of the company's increased focus on its services business, a top executive told Inside Defense this week. 

Audrey Decker January 14, 2022

The Navy will pilot a program to harness artificial intelligence and machine learning on the service's "biggest lever" -- the Arleigh Burke-class destroyer, Capt. Scott Larson, program manager of surface ship readiness and sustainment, said Wednesday.

Navy, industry want more clarity from Congress to ensure unmanned development

The Navy and its industry partners say ongoing congressional dysfunction is making it harder for the service to plot a path forward to increase its number of unmanned systems and invest in other emerging technologies.

Space Force head expects GMTI analysis in 'late spring'

Defense officials plan to release an analysis of alternatives surrounding the now-declassified Ground Moving Target Indicator satellite program in late spring, the chief of space operations said today, as the Space Force gears up to focus on further force design work in the service’s third year.