The long-range JLENS system, held aloft on tethered aerostats and usually used for missile defense, shows it can keep track of what's going on below, too.
The new OS, with secure features seemingly made for government, will get its chance to perform with the Army, Air Force and DISA.
The agency's SeeMe program would send images directly to warfighters' handheld devices, representing another step in the evolution of satellite technology.
The X-47B stealth drone, designed to fly missions on its own, represents something of a breakthrough in robotic technology.
Staying competitive on the modern battlefield calls for continuous training delivered by inexpensive, portable simulators, says a Marine Corps leader.
The smart phone-based GridMeNow application helped keep an 11-nation coalition up to date during the recent exercise in Croatia.
Two-stage DIA protocol preps documents to move at 'moment's notice' across separate security domains.
DOD's IT shop will maintain the network and extend service to 4.5 million users.
The U.S. Marine Corps uses federated cloud techniques to speed delivery of supplies to the front, sometimes shortening response to a matter of minutes.
For CACI's Paul Cofoni, recipient of the 2012 GCN Awards' Industry Executive of the Year award, a more open management and problem-solving style lead to better results.
After the discovery of unmarked graves and other errors, Arlington conducted a massive data collection effort coupled with back-end improvements to produce ANC Explorer.
DOD's first deputy chief management officer, recipient of the 2012 GCN Awards' Defense Executive of the Year award, championed a culture of cost and accountability at DOD.