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Courtney Albon August 10, 2020

The Space Force today released its first spacepower doctrine, meant to set the foundation for the new service and provide a key step toward distinguishing it as an independent entity.

Courtney Albon August 7, 2020

The Air Force has finalized its Next-Generation Air Dominance acquisition strategy and expects to know by next month whether it will be adopted as part of the Pentagon's fiscal year 2022 budget request.

Justin Katz August 7, 2020

The Marine Corps is eyeing how additive manufacturing can change the ways its construction battalions operate, following a successful proof-of-concept demonstration earlier this year.

Tony Bertuca August 6, 2020

The Pentagon is telling Congress it needs $11 billion in emergency supplemental funding to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic across its acquisition portfolio and the U.S. defense industrial base, according to a new document obtained by Inside Defense outlining expected delays to specific programs.

Ashley Tressel August 6, 2020

The Army this week is concluding the first soldier operational experiment for the Robotic Combat Vehicle effort to assess how it can integrate unmanned vehicles into ground combat formations.

MARAD picks Crowley Government Services to manage sealift recap procurements

The Maritime Administration today awarded Crowley Government Services a $56 million indefinite-delivery, indefinite-quantity contract to manage procuring the dozens of used sealift vessels required to recapitalize the sealift fleet, according to a public notice.

Army awards three vendors to begin development of Aviation Mission Common Server

The Army has awarded three vendors through an other transaction authority to begin developing the Aviation Mission Common Server, the service's program executive office for aviation told Inside Defense in a statement today.

DBB to discuss small business mentoring program this week

The Defense Business Board plans to meet online this week to talk about a mentor-protégé program it is assessing, according to a notice in today's Federal Register

Army completing first RCV soldier experiment this week

The Army this week is concluding the first soldier operational experiment for the Robotic Combat Vehicle effort to assess how it can integrate unmanned vehicles into ground combat formations.

Pentagon seeks $11B in emergency procurement spending for COVID-19 recovery

The Pentagon is telling Congress it needs $11 billion in emergency supplemental funding to mitigate the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic across its acquisition portfolio and the U.S. defense industrial base, according to a new document obtained by Inside Defense outlining expected delays to specific programs.