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  • Navy seeks to unleash potential of unmanned systems 19/06/2021
    The Department of the Navy is producing an after-action review of the U.S. Pacific Fleet-led Unmanned Integrated Battle Problem 21... Read Story The post Navy seeks to unleash potential of unmanned systems appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • SMC, mission partners successfully launch Fifth GPS III satellite 18/06/2021
    The U.S. Space Force’s Space and Missile Systems Center and its mission partners successfully launched the fifth Global Positioning Systems... Read Story The post SMC, mission partners successfully launch Fifth GPS III satellite appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • On This Date 18/06/2021
    June 19, 1964: President Lyndon B. Johnson visited Edwards Air Force Base, Calif., to tour the flight line and view... Read Story The post On This Date appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • Sports Heroes Who Served: Baseball legend Dusty Baker served in Marine Corps 17/06/2021
    Marine Corps veteran Johnnie B. “Dusty” Baker Jr. is a baseball legend. Born in 1949 in Riverside, Calif., Baker was... Read Story The post Sports Heroes Who Served: Baseball legend Dusty Baker served in Marine Corps appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • Missile Defense review will address growing threats from Iran, North Korea, others 15/06/2021
    With nations such as North Korea, Iran, Russia and China all maturing their missile technology, the Defense Department plans to... Read Story The post Missile Defense review will address growing threats from Iran, North Korea, others appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • U.S. Space Force successfully launches first tactically responsive launch mission 15/06/2021
    The U. S. Space Force successfully launched the Tactically Responsive Launch-2 (TacRL-2) mission on a Northrop Grumman Pegasus XL rocket... Read Story The post U.S. Space Force successfully launches first tactically responsive launch mission appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • Hicks provides overview of DOD priorities 13/06/2021
    The deputy defense secretary spoke June 8 about a wide range of topics regarding Defense Department priorities reflected in the... Read Story The post Hicks provides overview of DOD priorities appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • Official says DOD on track to accelerate delivery of hypersonic weapons 11/06/2021
    Hypersonics is a key element of the Defense Department’s modernization activity, delivering high-speed, long-range lethal effects that can take out... Read Story The post Official says DOD on track to accelerate delivery of hypersonic weapons appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • On This Date 11/06/2021
    June 12, 1979: The Rutan Long-EZ prototype, N79RA, made its first flight. The Rutan Model 61 Long-EZ is a tandem... Read Story The post On This Date appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.
  • AFWERX Agility Prime partners with Kitty Hawk in first medical evacuation exercise with electric aircraft 10/06/2021
    AFWERX Agility Prime and new partner Kitty Hawk reached a milestone in May with the first operational exercise. “This exercise... Read Story The post AFWERX Agility Prime partners with Kitty Hawk in first medical evacuation exercise with electric aircraft appeared first on Aerotech News & Review.

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  • IAI agrees to produce tactical radars for German Land Forces 18/06/2021
    Israel Aerospace Industries (IAI) has agreed to produce and supply 69 tactical mobile radar systems for the German Land Forces....Read More... The post IAI agrees to produce tactical radars for German Land Forces appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Rheinmetall unveils extreme terrain Mission Master XT UGV 18/06/2021
    The Mission Master XT is capable of carrying a 1,000 kg payload over ice and snow, and can operate in...Read More... The post Rheinmetall unveils extreme terrain Mission Master XT UGV appeared first on Army Technology.
  • CACI to continue support for US Army’s cyber and ground EW missions 18/06/2021
    The US Army’s C5ISR Center Electronic Warfare Air / Ground Survivability Division (EWAGS) has contracted CACI International for cyber and...Read More... The post CACI to continue support for US Army’s cyber and ground EW missions appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Swedish FMV awards contract for additional E-LynX SDRs 18/06/2021
    Elbit Systems Deutschland has won a follow-on contract from the Swedish Defence Material Administration (FMV) for more software-defined radios (SDRs)....Read More... The post Swedish FMV awards contract for additional E-LynX SDRs appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Cities are imperceptibly becoming Smart Cities. But what does that actually mean? 18/06/2021
    A brand new metropolis built from the ground up with tech powered urban design. A white elephant nobody wants to...Read More... The post Cities are imperceptibly becoming Smart Cities. But what does that actually mean? appeared first on Army Technology.
  • UK details Boxer variants and confirms plans for bigger fleet 17/06/2021
    The British Army is set to receive 523 Boxer MIVS across four variants; Armoured Personnel Carriers (APCs), Equipment Support, Command,...Read More... The post UK details Boxer variants and confirms plans for bigger fleet appeared first on Army Technology.
  • L3Harris launches new emergency responder radio ‘XL Extreme 400P’ 17/06/2021
    L3Harris Technologies has unveiled a handheld only radio ‘XL Extreme 400P’ for emergency responder communications in extreme environments. The device...Read More... The post L3Harris launches new emergency responder radio ‘XL Extreme 400P’ appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Elbit Systems wins contracts to upgrade US Army’s ANVIS goggles 17/06/2021
    Elbit Systems of America has received two task orders to upgrade US Army’s AN/AVS-6 Aviator’s Night Vision Imaging Systems (ANVIS)....Read More... The post Elbit Systems wins contracts to upgrade US Army’s ANVIS goggles appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Alion wins US DoD IAC MAC task order for UAS programme support 17/06/2021
    Alion Science and Technology has won a task order to support the US Army Program Executive Office (PEO) Aviation (AVN),...Read More... The post Alion wins US DoD IAC MAC task order for UAS programme support appeared first on Army Technology.
  • Gilat to provide turnkey solutions for Latin American armed forces 16/06/2021
    Satellite networking technology services provider Gilat Satellite Networks has been awarded several projects to support the Latin American armed forces....Read More... The post Gilat to provide turnkey solutions for Latin American armed forces appeared first on Army Technology.

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  • Chinese Nuke Modernization Prompts Shift In DoD Strategy 18/06/2021
    “The growing diversity of the Chinese nuclear threat and its mixing in with conventional forces creates complexity for US commanders. It is also unclear what conditions would lead to PRC nuclear use, since their arsenal is growing and creating more options,” Bryan Clark of the Hudson Institute says.
  • DoD Cloud Delays Hamper Missions: IT Leaders 18/06/2021
     “The more we wait, the more vulnerable we are,” a leader told the survey takers.
  • SMC’s Space Safari Office To Focus On ‘Urgent’ Launch Needs 18/06/2021
    So-called ‘responsive launch,’ the ability to launch practically on demand, has been a Holy Grail for the Pentagon for more than a decade with arguably not much real-world progress.
  • World Powers Meet To Prop Up Lebanese Army 18/06/2021
    Unlike previous conferences designed to provide training, weapons or military hardware, the meeting was centered on finding ways to bolster the cohesion, resilience, and stability of the Lebanese Armed Forces.
  • Key Lawmaker Warns Off Space Force On Tactical ISR 17/06/2021
    “I think before you hand off the ball, let’s make sure there won’t be a fumble — and the Space Force has a lot on it’s plate right now,” Rep. Jim Cooper says.
  • Homeland OKs Cyber Nominees; Sen. Rick Scott Slaps Hold On Floor Vote 17/06/2021
    Despite a unanimous committee voice vote, Sen. Scott announced a hold on the CISA director nominee, as well as all other DHS nominees, until President Biden visits the border with Mexico.
  • Rep. Cooper Predicts OK For $900M Space Wish Lists 17/06/2021
    On the space acquisition czar, Rep. Jim Cooper said: “let’s not let the politics of the Puzzle Palace dominate here. We can and must figure this out.”
  • Air Force Starts KC-Y Tanker Search As Lawmakers Slam KC-46 16/06/2021
    So far, Boeing has lost $5 billion on the low risk system, is years behind schedule and doesn’t seem to have a very good handle on basic manufacturing principles such as ensuring tools, scrap metal and other debris (FOD) are not left behind in the aircraft.
  • CYBERCOM Seeks ‘Hunt Forward’ Funding Boost 16/06/2021
    “These robust information-sharing operations are just one part of our ‘defend forward’ strategy — where we see what our adversaries are doing and share that information with our partners in an effort to better bolster both our homeland defenses.”
  • China’s Third Aircraft Carrier Takes Shape: CSIS 16/06/2021
    China’s third aircraft carrier will be considerably larger than its predecessors, the Liaoning and Shandong, which each measure 304.5 meters in length. Earlier assessments of the Type 003 by CSIS estimated its waterline dimensions at roughly 300 meters in length and 40 meters in width.
  • SecDef OKs Joint Warfighting Concept; Joint Requirements Due Soon 16/06/2021
    A next step will be a series of “strategic directives” from the Joint Requirements Oversight Council that roll out “over the next few months,” Brig. Gen. Rob Parker, Joint Staff J6 Deputy Director says.
  • NIST Releases New Language To Automate Cloud Security 15/06/2021
    OSCAL’s goal is to enable compliance and security assessments to keep pace in complex, fast-moving, ever-changing DevSecOps environments.
  • Houthi ‘Terror’ Scuds Now Threaten Most Of Saudi Arabia 15/06/2021
    A new variant of the Houthi’s Burkan missile has a range of at least 1,200 km, putting almost all of Saudi Arabia within range of the Northern Yemeni rebels, posing a new threat to the kingdom. Ansar Allah, as the Houthis are formally known, released footage in August 2019 of a new ballistic missile, called…
  • NATO To Invest In C2 For Strategic Pivot: China Rises As Alliance Threat 15/06/2021
    “China is not mentioned with one single word in the current Strategic Concept,” said NATO SecGen Jens Stoltenberg. “In one [way] or the other, I’m absolutely certain China will be reflected, and the challenges that China poses will be reflected” in the planned 2022 update.
  • Cross Domain Solutions: Enabling All Domain Operations 15/06/2021
    [Sponsored] Enabling the sharing of unclassified, Secret, and Top Secret mission critical data across warfighting domains and security boundaries at the tactical edge.

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  • US-led war games underway in Morocco near disputed W.Sahara 15/06/2021
    DefenceTalkUS-led forces are carrying out war games near the disputed region of Western Sahara, in exercises jointly organized with Morocco and touted by US Africa Command as its largest. More than 7,000 personnel from nine countries and NATO are taking part in the exercises codenamed “African Lion”, which kicked off on June 8, according to […]
  • Beijing accuses NATO of exaggerating ‘China threat theory’ 15/06/2021
    DefenceTalkBeijing on Tuesday accused NATO of exaggerating the threat from China and “creating confrontation”, after a vow from the Western allies to work together to counter the challenges posed by its policies. NATO leaders said Monday they would join forces against the “systemic challenges” posed by China’s policies, as US President Joe Biden renewed Washington’s […]
  • China says radiation levels normal at Taishan nuclear plant 15/06/2021
    DefenceTalkChina said Tuesday radiation levels remained normal at one of its nuclear power plants and there were no safety concerns, after the station’s French operator reported a gas build-up. “There is no abnormality in the radiation levels around the nuclear power plant, and safety is guaranteed,” said foreign ministry spokesman Zhao Lijian. CNN reported earlier […]
  • India drops all charges against Italian marines: Rome 15/06/2021
    DefenceTalkAll legal proceedings have been dropped in India against two Italian marines who shot and killed two fishermen off the coast of Kerala in 2012, Italy’s foreign minister said Tuesday. “All legal proceedings in India against our two marines… have been closed,” tweeted Luigi Di Maio. “It definitively brings this long episode to an end.” […]
  • GE and Safran plan next-generation jet engines 15/06/2021
    DefenceTalkGeneral Electric and Safran signed Monday a deal extending their cooperation as they set their sights on next-generation jet engines that will help airlines reduce costs and pollution. The US and French engineering giants have been cooperating in the sector for nearly half a century, and the LEAP engines developed by their joint venture CFM […]
  • White House backs repeal of 2002 Iraq use of force authorization 15/06/2021
    DefenceTalkEfforts to repeal a 2002 US authorization for use of military force against Iraq got a boost Monday when the White House backed the idea, saying ending the AUMF would have “minimal impact” on current operations. The development comes as the House of Representatives prepares to vote this week on bipartisan legislation that would repeal […]
  • Israeli strikes kill 11 Syria troops: monitor 09/06/2021
    DefenceTalkIsraeli air strikes in central Syria killed at least 11 government troops and militiamen late Tuesday, the Syrian Observatory for Human Rights said. The strikes were the first carried out by Israel in Syria since 11 days of heavy fighting with the Hamas rulers of Gaza ended with an Egyptian-brokered ceasefire on May 21, the […]
  • US pullout from Afghanistan more than 50 percent complete: Pentagon 09/06/2021
    DefenceTalkThe US pullout from Afghanistan is more than 50 percent complete, the Pentagon said Tuesday, as it approaches its September 11 deadline to remove troops. Since President Joe Biden ordered the departure from Afghanistan in April, the Department of Defense has withdrawn the equivalent of approximately 500 C-17 loads of material, the US military’s Central […]
  • ‘What’s the price today?’: FBI phone app reaped secrets of global drug networks 09/06/2021
    DefenceTalkOne drug trafficker texted another that he had a “job” and a proven way to get it done: two kilograms of cocaine from Bogota using the French embassy’s protected diplomatic pouch. The pair were straightforward, because they were using the newest, safest mode of communicating: a special-purpose, highly encrypted, messaging-only cellphone called ANOM that operated […]
  • China accuses US of ‘paranoid delusion’ over huge innovation bill 09/06/2021
    DefenceTalkBeijing on Wednesday accused Washington of “paranoid delusion” after the US Senate passed a sweeping industrial policy bill aimed at countering the surging economic threat from China. America’s political parties overcame partisan divisions to support pumping more than $170 billion into research and development, one of the most significant achievements in Congress since Joe Biden’s […]

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  • Saab to deliver next-generation Live MCTIS Training System for USMC 18/06/2021
    The US Marine Corps (USMC) Training Systems Programme Manager has awarded a single award task order contract (SATOC) to Saab...Read More... The post Saab to deliver next-generation Live MCTIS Training System for USMC appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • Boeing enters new partnership for potential German P-8A support deal 18/06/2021
    Boeing has signed cooperation agreements with two companies in preparation for a potential P-8A Poseidon aircraft order from Germany. The...Read More... The post Boeing enters new partnership for potential German P-8A support deal appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • USMC contracts Mistral for OPF-M loitering missile systems 18/06/2021
    The US Marine Corps (USMC) System Command Quantico has contracted Mistral to design, build, and test a new loitering munition...Read More... The post USMC contracts Mistral for OPF-M loitering missile systems appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • Cities are imperceptibly becoming Smart Cities. But what does that actually mean? 18/06/2021
    A brand new metropolis built from the ground up with tech powered urban design. A white elephant nobody wants to...Read More... The post Cities are imperceptibly becoming Smart Cities. But what does that actually mean? appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • MBDA to equip Brazilian Navy frigates with Sea Ceptor missile system 17/06/2021
    MBDA has secured a new contract to equip the Brazilian Navy’s new Tamandaré-class frigates with the Sea Ceptor air defence...Read More... The post MBDA to equip Brazilian Navy frigates with Sea Ceptor missile system appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • US Navy’s USS California submarine completes maintenance availability 17/06/2021
    The US Navy Portsmouth Naval Shipyard (PNS) has completed an extended docking selected restricted availability (EDSRA) of Virginia-class attack submarine...Read More... The post US Navy’s USS California submarine completes maintenance availability appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • VTG wins contract to support NAVSEA’s SBIR and STTR programmes 17/06/2021
    Digital transformation solutions provider VTG has secured a full and open, single-award, prime contract to support the Naval Sea Systems...Read More... The post VTG wins contract to support NAVSEA’s SBIR and STTR programmes appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • MST wins UK MOD contract for new police patrol crafts 16/06/2021
    High speed workboats manufacturer Marine Specialised Technology (MST) has received $50.76m (£36m) contract from the UK Ministry of Defense (MOD)...Read More... The post MST wins UK MOD contract for new police patrol crafts appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • USMC uses additive manufacturing to create vehicle maintenance tool 16/06/2021
    The United States Marine Corps (USMC) has created a vehicle maintenance tool using additive manufacturing or 3D printing technology. Under...Read More... The post USMC uses additive manufacturing to create vehicle maintenance tool appeared first on Naval Technology.
  • KS&EW conducts steel cut of Pakistan Navy’s fourth MILGEM-class corvette 16/06/2021
    Karachi Shipyard & Engineering Works (KS&EW) has held the steel cutting ceremony of the Pakistan Navy’s fourth MILGEM-class corvette. Inter-Services...Read More... The post KS&EW conducts steel cut of Pakistan Navy’s fourth MILGEM-class corvette appeared first on Naval Technology.

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  • Putting Diplomacy at the Center of Foreign Policy 18/06/2021
    In this episode of Horns of a Dilemma, Ambassador Philip T. Reeker, the acting assistant secretary of state for European and Eurasian affairs, provides an overview of European security issues. Ambassador Reeker’s talk focuses on Russia, NATO, Eastern Europe, as well as other critical European security issues.   The post Putting Diplomacy at the Center […]
  • If There’s a Will, There’s a Waiver 18/06/2021
    Three years ago, I wrote an article detailing my personal difficulties securing a medical waiver through three military medical rejections. Since publishing the article, I have had the privilege to speak with over 100 applicants just like me — people who want to serve and have something to contribute but who have been medically rejected — […]
  • Juneteenth and General Order Number Three 18/06/2021
    Editor’s Note: Yesterday, President Joe Biden signed legislation making Juneteenth (June 19) a federal holiday. Juneteenth dates back to June 19, 1865, when Maj. Gen. Gordon Granger issued General Order Number Three, which informed the enslaved people of Galveston, Texas, that they were free. Technically, they were freed two years earlier. The Emancipation Proclamation, which […]
  • Defeat Is Possible 17/06/2021
    If the United States is to have a reasonable hope of winning a war, it needs to think very seriously about what it would be like to lose. For several years, analysts have been sounding the alarm that the United States and its allies might not prevail in a high-level conflict with a near-peer adversary. […]
  • Death Without Deterrence, or Why Tripwire Forces Are Not Enough 17/06/2021
    Many people think that U.S. troops deployed abroad have only one function: to die in the event of war. Before conflict breaks out, troops are often deployed abroad in smaller numbers, too few or ill-equipped to stop or slow down an adversary’s invasion. Instead, the thinking goes, because their deaths would enrage the American public […]
  • Think Small: Why the Intelligence Community Should Do Less about New Threats 16/06/2021
    A week into his administration, President Joe Biden announced that he was “putting the climate crisis at the center of United States foreign policy and national security,” and directed the intelligence community to draft a national intelligence estimate on the implications of climate change. In so doing, the president injected new urgency into an old […]
  • The Cold Comfort of Mutually Assured Destruction 16/06/2021
    Editor’s Note: This is an excerpt from “Book Review Roundtable: The Revolution that Failed” from our sister publication, the Texas National Security Review. Be sure to check out the full roundtable. Brendan Rittenhouse Green, The Revolution that Failed: Nuclear Competition, Arms Control, and the Cold War (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2020)   Beating up on […]
  • Fixing Oversight of Special Operations Forces 15/06/2021
    U.S. special operations forces have leapt out of the shadows during the last 20 years of war. They have become the best known and most acclaimed part of the U.S. military, and their capabilities will remain crucial in an era of great-power competition and strategic uncertainty. Yet their growth in prestige, size, and importance has […]
  • ‘Bombing to Win’ at 25 15/06/2021
    The Air Force sometimes has a bad reputation due to its preference for independent, strategic bombardment operations. Before joining the faculty of Air Command and Staff College as historians of the Marine Corps and the Army, respectively, we both believed it deserved this reputation. The curriculum, we assumed, would be fixated on its preferred mode […]
  • Look to the 1980s to Inform the Fleet of Today 14/06/2021
    When I was a naval officer, my ships always had a plan when we left port for where we were going, how we would get there, and what we would do when we arrived. While that remains true of individual ships in the Navy, it’s not true of the Navy as a whole today. The […]
  • Building Maritime Security Coalitions — Lessons Learned from the Strait of Hormuz 14/06/2021
    Once a military operation is launched, reflecting on lessons learned can sometimes be an afterthought. Nearly two years after the establishment of separate U.S. and European maritime security coalitions in the Strait of Hormuz, very little exists by way of commentary exploring the policies that shaped these efforts. As two former officials from Washington and […]
  • Living in the House Designed by Greeks and Romans 11/06/2021
    In this episode of Horns of a Dilemma, Thomas Ricks, journalist and historian, talks about his new book, “First Principles, What America’s Founders Learned from the Greeks and Romans and How that Shaped Our Country.” Ricks outlines the degree to which the founding fathers were influenced by the ancients and how this influence helped to […]
  • Say Hello to Turkey’s Little Friend: How Drones Help Level the Playing Field 11/06/2021
    Turkey’s recent sale of armed drones to Poland and Ukraine, and interest from other Eastern European countries, has led a cadre of analysts to suggest that Ankara is using arms sales to contain Russia. This is not the case. Moscow has studied the flagship of Turkey’s drone fleet, the Bayraktar TB2, and concluded that it […]
  • The Phantom of Arctic Misgovernance 11/06/2021
    The Arctic is home to 4 million people across a territory that spans eight countries and three continents. The region includes some of the most austere weather and geography on the planet, as well as some of the world’s richest veins of biological and mineral wealth. In order to manage the challenges that inevitably arise […]
  • Taiwan: Middle Path or Muddled Strategy? 10/06/2021
    The Net Assessment team debates Patrick Porter and Michael Mazarr’s recent study on “Countering China’s Adventurism Over Taiwan: A Third Way” written for the Lowy Institute. Chris, Melanie, and Zack agree that the study is thought provoking and well argued, but disagree about whether it is ultimately convincing. Nonetheless, Porter and Mazarr have made a real contribution by […]
  • The Biden-Putin Summit: Nothing to Reset but Expectations 10/06/2021
    President Joe Biden is not known for being “soft” on Russia. In 2011, he said that Russian President Vladimir Putin didn’t have a soul. Recently, he agreed with a reporter’s characterization of Putin as a “killer.” Putin, for his part, quipped in response, “it takes one to know one,” and sardonically wished Biden “good health.” […]
  • The Budget (and Fleet) That Might Have Been 10/06/2021
    When the U.S. military was engaged in multiple ground wars in Asia, advocating for a larger ground force didn’t seem like a parochial idea. But, somehow, as defense officials shift their focus to competition with China in a theater that is dominated by water, some Army officers see advocating for more ships as the height […]
  • Make European Defense European 10/06/2021
    In the lead-up to the NATO summit next week, everything is normal at alliance headquarters in Brussels. The secretary-general is delivering talking points on alliance unity, openness, and the rules-based international order. Meanwhile, France and Turkey are at each other’s throats in the Mediterranean, the prospect of granting Ukraine and Georgia a membership action plan […]
  • NATO Should Finally Take its Values Seriously 09/06/2021
    Several NATO allies may be shifting nervously in their seats when President Joe Biden takes the floor at the alliance’s upcoming June 14 summit. Rather than deliver the usual lecture on the importance of equitable burden sharing and increased defense spending, the new U.S. president is more likely to reflect on NATO’s founding principles. As […]
  • The Ambiguity of Strategic Clarity 09/06/2021
    There is a lot of war talk in the air in Washington. The frequency of China’s navy and air force activities around Taiwan has increased of late. Politicians, officials, pundits, and experts in the United States are speculating about the increased probability of a military conflict over Taiwan. Almost everyone has ideas for strengthening deterrence […]
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