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Michael Marrow October 7, 2022

A fix for the KC-46A's long-troubled Remote Vision System has been delayed 19 months to October 2025 due to subcontractor negotiations and additional time needed to achieve airworthiness certification, according to a statement from the Air Force's acquisition office.

Tony Bertuca October 7, 2022

The Pentagon inspector general's office intends to begin an audit this month looking into the Defense Department's use of "controlled unclassified information" as a justification for restricting information, like what was seen when an annual weapons testing performance report was submitted to Congress earlier this year.

Briana Reilly October 6, 2022

The Pentagon's technology chief has stood up a task force charged with finding "the right balance of openness and security" for each of the areas she's named as critical for research and engineering -- the latest in a long line of reviews centering on the relationship between furthering academic study and safeguarding U.S. interests.

Evan Ochsner October 6, 2022

Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville said new service doctrine that will inform multidomain operations will present a "fundamental change in how we look at things."

Michael Marrow October 6, 2022

The Space Development Agency has tapped York Space Systems to deliver Tranche 1 Demonstration and Experimentation System satellites, SDA Director Derek Tournear told reporters during a virtual roundtable today.

Michael Marrow October 6, 2022

The Air Force has certified an initial design for the F-35A to carry nuclear bombs, Inside Defense has learned, putting the service months ahead of its January 2023 goal.

Warren questions DOD, industry associations over inflation relief proposals

Sen. Elizabeth Warren (D-MA) is questioning the Defense Department's push to provide inflation relief to defense contractors, sending a new letter to Pentagon acquisition chief Bill LaPlante voicing concern that DOD may be preparing to dish out "corporate welfare" without sufficient data to justify the cost.

Navy launches additive manufacturing facility to boost submarine industrial base

Navy officials and industry partners cut the ribbon yesterday on a new additive manufacturing facility intended to bolster the service's submarine industrial base.

McConville: New Army doctrine will bring 'fundamental' change

Army Chief of Staff Gen. James McConville said new service doctrine that will inform multidomain operations will present a "fundamental change in how we look at things."