A blimp associated with the Pentagon’s highly criticized JLENS system has broken free, prompting fighter jets to scramble and track it.
The Air Force is working on an app to give personnel access to benefits, payment and retirement information.
The Laboratory Innovation Crowdsourcing portal posts challenges for government solvers on behalf of those who combat terrorism.
While detecting drones can be a challenge, thwarting them once discovered can be even more difficult.
The National Geospatial Intelligence Agency is looking for capabilities to bolster authentication and track activity across its virtual networks.
The Global Combat Support System-Army seeks to deliver “one version of the truth” for Army logistics data anytime, anywhere.
Two junior officers’ idea for making critical information more accessible at sea sparked the eDIVO mobile application, which is now used throughout the Navy.
The Office of Naval Research successfully tested a series of unmanned underwater systems, including robotic arms that neutralize undersea mines.
Officials described the increased focus on cybersecurity and cyber defense at the semi-annual Network Integration Evaluation.
A flexible and wearable patch, the BioStampRC monitors performance and body signatures from electrocardiogram to temperature.
A 17-year Pentagon program to guard against aerial threats using aerostats is facing widespread criticism.
The Persistent Close Air Support prototype gives ground troops a way to coordinate with pilots to command an air strike with as few as three clicks.