Adm. Michael Rogers

Adm. Michael Rogers Wants Trained Forces, Joint Network for Cyber Command

Adm. Michael Rogers Navy Adm. Michael Rogers, head of U.S. Cyber Command, has outlined his priorities for the organization as it seeks to fulfill new requirements, GovInfoSecurity ...
Ernest Moniz

DOE to Back 31 Electric Vehicle Tech R&D Projects; Ernest Moniz Comments

The Energy Department has allocated more than $55 million in funding for 31 projects to research and develop new technologies aimed at increasing vehicle fuel efficiency. DOE’s ...
Peabody

Profile: Major General John Peabody, U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Deputy Commanding General for Civil and Emergency Operations

Major General John Peabody is the deputy commanding general for civil and emergency operations of the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers. He exercises oversight of the Corps’ civil works ...
Gen. Martin Dempsey

Gen. Martin Dempsey: US, NATO Build Up Readiness Amid Russian Military Actions in Ukraine

The Joint Chiefs of Staff chairman has said the U.S. is working with NATO to bolster their readiness and capabilities amid Russia’s military actions in Ukraine, American Forces Press ...
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Army to Develop Tactical Comms Hardware Marketplace; Danielle Kays Comments

The U.S. Army plans to set up a marketplace for tactical communications hardware offerings in an effort to streamline the process of procuring platforms, Defense Systems reported Monday. Kevin ...
Paul Rogers

Army, Marine Corps Continues to Work on Driverless Vehicle Tech; Paul Rogers Comments

Paul Rogers The U.S. Army and Marine Corps are seeking to roll out a Lockheed Martin-developed driverless vehicle technology for warfighters to focus on field operations and achieve ...
DataCenter

Army Migrates Apps to Centralized Data Centers; Neal Shelley Comments

The U.S. Army has begun to move its enterprise applications into centralized environments as part of a move to consolidate its more than 1,100 data centers. David Vergun reported July ...
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Army Eyes National Guard’s Apache Fleet; Brig. Gen. Michael Lundy Comments

The U.S. Army is planning to swap its Black Hawk helicopters for National Guard-operated Apaches in a move to help state governments respond to emergencies, Defense News reported ...
biometrics

Defense Department’s Biometric System to Undergo Operational Test; Sandy Vann-Olejasz Comments

The Defense Department’s biometric identification system for recognizing persons of interest is set to undergo an operational test following completion of a customer test in March, ...
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Army Seeks Sources for Infrared Focal Plane

The Department of the Army is exploring sources of a visible/near infrared time-delay-and-integration focal plane. The Army Contracting Command issued a request for information on July ...