This pre-Thanksgiving INSIDER Daily Digest has a deep dive into the Air Force's T-7 trainer program, the Tobyhanna Army Depot being home to a satellite communications center and more.
We start off with a deep dive into the Air Force's T-7 trainer program:
Boeing's T-7 Red Hawk is facing a possible schedule slip after qualification testing for the aircraft's emergency escape system was pushed to fiscal year 2024, according to the Air Force and the company.
The Tobyhanna Army Depot in Pennsylvania is home to a lot of satellite communications gear:
TOBYHANNA, PA -- Inside a vast warehouse on a plot of land that can trace its Army roots back over a century, computer servers whirr and hum at a volume that makes it difficult to carry on a conversation at regular volume.
In case you missed it, the Pentagon released its zero-trust strategy and roadmap this week:
The Pentagon has unveiled an overarching framework to bolster military components' safeguards against current cybersecurity risks as officials push to implement a zero-trust baseline within the next five years.
Document: DOD's zero-trust strategy, roadmap
The Army's latest Black Hawk helicopters are getting a bunch of upgrades:
The Army's newest fleet of Black Hawk helicopters will be getting upgrades to its avionics architecture and flight controls as part of a contract awarded to KBR and Northrop Grumman.
The Army recently held a demonstration of the Remote Interceptor Guidance-360 (RIG-360) -- which showed the potential for delinking Patriot interceptors from their organic radar:
The Army shot down a cruise missile target last week in a paradigm-changing demonstration of a prototype technology that could dramatically increase the defensive range of Patriot interceptors by allowing the guided missiles to use any sensor -- air, ground or sea -- available on the Integrated Air and Missile Defense Battle Command System (IBCS).