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EXCLUSIVE Navy’s New Triton Drone Heads To Guam, New Pacific Recon Tool

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Originally slated to deploy last year, the Triton drones will give US commanders in the Pacific a powerful new tool to conduct surveillance, and track Chinese moves from afar.

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Marines Kick Off A Year Of Wargames To Help Build New Force

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“We’ve got to wrestle with ship mix and their capacity; there’s a balancing act.” 

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Navy Pushes To Slash Repair Times, Get Ships To Sea Faster; Creates New Position

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The Navy is rushing to fix its long-broken ship repair and overhaul pipeline as the service prepares itself for “a generational-level of submarine work.”

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Leonardo DRS Ready To Tackle DoD Modernization Efforts [Sponsored]

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Current and near-term defense budgets in the U.S. have created a period of strong growth for the defense industry, particularly in areas such as situational awareness, survivability, secure networks and communications.  While the Navy is building more ships and modernizing its existing fleet, Army modernization efforts are focused on combat networking, ground vehicle survivability, soldier… Keep reading →

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Major War Game To Jolt 4 Services, Force Decisions

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In conflicts of the future the Pentagon will need some radically new thinking.

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Navy Takes First Big Step To Cloud, Pushing Logistics To Amazon’s Service

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The Navy’s data is spread all over the place, but a $100 million effort by the Navy aims to change all that within two years.

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Marines To Roll Out Major Modernization Plan, Heavy On Drones, Fires

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The Marine Corps and Navy are moving past the insurgent wars of the past two decades and readying themselves to play a central role in countering China and Russia.

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Navy Wrestles With Cyber Policy As China and Iran Hack Away

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“We’re spending a lot of money in this area right now, but we don’t understand where we’re spending it” says Navy undersecretary Thomas Modly.

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Weld Problems Spread To Second Navy Sub Program

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The company that has experienced slip-ups in delivering missile tubes to the Navy might leave the business, leaving only a single company who can do the work.

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How Much Sealift Does US Have For Crisis? It’s Not Sure

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A new study points out that the Navy should do better at tracking how many ships it can call on in a pinch.

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