We start this Tuesday INSIDER Daily Digest with a look at the Army’s counter-unmanned air systems effort, there’s troubling news on the Air Force’s ICBM replacement program, the White House has issued a national spectrum strategy, and several lawmakers are asking the Defense Department to send Israel new air refueling tankers.
The Army is planning a series of operational looks at systems that can protect against unmanned air systems:
The Army will begin its operational assessment of two potential counter UAS-as-a-service (CaaS) sites this fiscal year, joining other services that have taken an interest in the model.
The Air Force secretary says he is worried about a big-ticket program:
The Sentinel intercontinental ballistic missile program might be the largest effort undertaken by the Air Force, service Secretary Frank Kendall said today, but it may be at risk of further disruptions.
The Biden administration has issued a strategy for radio frequency bandwidths:
The White House released a National Spectrum Strategy today, aiming to structure the future of U.S. innovation and national security requirements in advanced wireless technologies.
Several House lawmakers are asking the Defense Department to send Israel the newest refueling tanker:
Lawmakers are urging the Defense Department to accelerate delivery of the KC-46A tankers purchased by Israel, according to a letter sent last week.