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Raytheon Announces Modernization Efforts of Brazilian Air Force MK3 Surveillance Radars; Matt Gilligan, Maj. Gen. Sérgio Rodrigues Pereira Bastos Jr. Quoted

Raytheon Company has begun modernizing the Brazilian Air Force's surveillance radars across the Amazon to increase efficiency and reduce electric energy consumption, the company announced on Tuesday

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Maj. Gen. Michael Fantini, Lt. Col. Jake Sotiriadis: US Military Needs to Address ‘Digital Connection Deficit’

Maj. Gen. Michael Fantini and Lt. Col. Jake Sotiriadis of the U.S. Air Force wrote in a commentary piece published Monday on Defense News that the U.S. military should address its “digital connection deficit” to achieve the decision advantage needed to win against potential adversaries.

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Military Tests DARPA-Made Geopolitical Event Analysis Tools

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency's new event analysis tool underwent testing with U.S. Indo-Pacific Command in December. DARPA said Thursday its Collection and Monitoring via Planning for Active Situational Scenarios or COMPASS toolset works to help the military determine whether a geopolitical event connects to an adversarial strategy.

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Lora Shiao Named National Counterterrorism Center Acting Director

Lora Shiao, executive director at the National Counterterrorism Center, has been appointed to lead NCTC as a whole on an acting basis, Bloomberg reported Saturday. She will direct the center before Christopher Miller, deputy assistant secretary for special operations and combating terrorism at the  Department of Defense, receives confirmation as NCTC's leader.

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