A new plan is forming to solve the plague of physiological episodes for military pilots by monitoring them like engines.
The U.S. needs to modernize its NC3—the out-of-date and all-but-invisible glue that holds the nation’s nuclear deterrence together.
Hurdles to exporting U.S. UAVs, F-35 MRO contracts, India’s naval utility helicopter program progresses, and a joint missile defense exercise.
After 26 years, the Philippines is back in the air-surveillance business. Thailand and Indonesia are also buying ground-based radars.
German concerns about defense exports could still rattle the FCAS project.
The U.S. Army is refreshing its aviator training to focus on honing warfighting skills.
The Pentagon has laid out an ambitious spending plan for the U.S. military this year, but several programs still got slashed.
High-altitude UAVs hold promise for both finding, fixing and shooting down rogue missiles.
New hypersonic, unmanned and small-satellite launch projects are included in the DARPA budget request.