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Defense Daily

 •  December 15

The U.S. Army and U.S. Navy aircrews are set to receive new situational awareness solutions from Northrop Grumman. The company said Thursday it has received a contract award for production of AN/APR-39D(V)2 digital radar warning receiver and electronic warfare management systems. Worth $124.7 million, the deal follows the completion of engineering...

Defense Daily

 •  December 15

The Marine Corps will take over testing of an autonomous UH-1 Huey after a successful final test of the robotic aircraft on Dec. 13 in which it demonstrated the ability to perform combat resupply missions without a pilot.Developed by the Office of Naval Research… You must be logged in as a subscriber to view this page. Please log in below to access...

Defense Daily

 •  December 15

Raytheon [RTN] finished the design, development, and testing of its Cooperative Engagement Capability (CEC) system and is ready for U.S. Navy certification to use in international installation, the company said Wednesday.This sensor netting system distributes sensor-derived… You must be logged in as a subscriber to view this page. Please log in...

Defense Daily

 •  December 15

Installing new Global Positioning System (GPS) receiver cards on more than 700 different weapons systems will cost billions of dollars more than the Department of Defense’s estimate of $2.5 billion through fiscal year 2021, according to a new report by the Government… You must be logged in as a subscriber to view this page. Please log in below to...

Defense Daily

 •  December 15

The White House has released the final version of its strategic plan for modernizing federal information technology (IT), and has removed an earlier provision to halt all upcoming procurements related to legacy systems.The administration’s Office of American… You must be logged in as a subscriber to view this page. Please log in below to access the...

Defense Daily

 •  December 14

Secretary of the Navy Richard Spencer’s Strategic Readiness Review focused on four major recommendation types to prevent future Naval mishaps due to longstanding issues: focusing on readiness as a priority, more realistically matching supple and demand in naval… You must be logged in as a subscriber to view this page. Please log in below to access...

Defense Daily

 •  December 14

The Defense Department knows its overseas bases are vulnerable to the effects of climate change, but it does not track the estimated cost of those impacts, according to the Government Accountability Office (GAO).Climate change could disrupt training, testing and… You must be logged in as a subscriber to view this page. Please log in below to access...

Defense Daily

 •  December 13

Offensive cyber operations could be a powerful weapon for U.S. Special Operations Command and the conventional services, but its potential is hindered by outdated policy and sluggish acquisition, according to SOCOM chief Gen. Raymond “Tony” Thomas.“We have… You must be logged in as a subscriber to view this page. Please log in below to access the...

Defense Daily

 •  December 13

A congressionally mandated review has been unable to determine why air crews of Navy F/A-18 Hornets and F/A-18E/F Super Hornets have experienced an increase in oxygen deprivation and other physiological episodes (PEs) over the past few years, according to a report… You must be logged in as a subscriber to view this page. Please log in below to...

Defense Daily

 •  December 12

American forces in Afghanistan expect to receive more intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) assets as the winding down of combat in Iraq and Syria frees up those systems for other uses, a U.S. general said Dec. 12. “As those assets become available and come to us, we’ll, of course, be able to leverage them and use them to full...