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IN THE NEWS: William G. Conley, Deputy Director of Electronic Warfare, Discusses Future Advancements in EW

Convergence and divergence–from the lab to the battlefield, the automation of testing and development systems is dramatically improving the long-sighted vision of where and how modern warfare is conducted. The convergence of electronic warfare and cyber capabilities present a bevy of opportunities across multiple spectra, namely the electromagnetic spectrum. Are …

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Transcom Evaluates Transportation Mgmt Tool’s Logistics Performance Via Proof-of-Principle Study

The U.S. Transportation Command has conducted a four-month proof-of-principle study of a transportation management system in combination with government platforms, the Air Force reported Wednesday. The PoP demonstration kicked off Aug. 7 and Transcom found that TMS works to provide visibility and management of shipments and transportation requirements through a …

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Marines Demo Autonomous Tech on UH-1 Helicopter

The U.S. Marine Corps has demonstrated an autonomous technology on a UH-1 Huey military helicopter at Marine Corps Base in Quantico, Virginia. The flight demonstration was part of the Autonomous Aerial Cargo/Utility System partnership between the Office of Naval Research and Aurora Flight Sciences, ONR said Wednesday. “With AACUS, an unmanned helicopter …

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Navy to Decommission USS Jacksonville Fast-Attack Submarine

The U.S. Navy has commenced a process to inactivate the military branch’s USS Jacksonville fast-attack submarine at a naval base in Bremerton, Washington. Puget Sound Naval Shipyard and Intermediate Maintenance Facility personnel will de-fuel the Los Angeles-class submarine and store the hull during the inactivation process until decommissioning in 2018, the Navy said Tuesday. Jacksonville was commissioned …

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