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US Sends More Troops, Patriots, And Radars To Saudi; But Are They The Right Defense?

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“We’ve seen this coming,” but governments “haven’t been preparing to go after not only UAS but cruise missiles.”

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US, Japan To Ink Hosted Payload Pact to Monitor Sats

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Japan plans to host an American Space Situational Awareness (SSA) sensor payload on their QZSS satellites. American and Japanese officials are expected to sign a Memorandum of Understanding by the end of the year.

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Lockheed Teams With Airbus, ELTA, Rafael For Israeli Contracts & US Cash

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New restrictions on US aid to Israel is driving companies to seek American partners.

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IBCS: Northrop Delivers New Army Missile Defense Command Post

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


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After years of tests, setbacks, and painstaking fixes, the Army has its first fire-control center for a radically new kind of missile defense.

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Army Reboots Cruise Missile Defense: IFPC & Iron Dome

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The new approach will focus on an urgent but largely unmet threat: Russian and Chinese cruise missiles.

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M2 Bradley Gets An Iron Fist; Rival Trophy APS Wins $67M For Army, Marine M1 Tanks

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


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Last month, the Army committed to buying an initial brigade’s-worth of the Iron Fist Active Protection System for the M2 Bradley. Meanwhile, with Tuesday morning’s announcement, the US is spending over $200 million to install the rival Trophy APS on not only Army but Marine Corps M1 Abrams tanks.

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2019 Forecast: Hard Choices On Invisible Warfare

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


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There are real signs of a renaissance in electronic warfare. Now comes the hard part: translating new strategies and concepts into doctrine, requirements, and systems in the field.

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From Paris To Orbit: France’s New Space Strategy

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With the landmark CSO-1 satellite launch December 19th and a new space strategy out soon, the French government is finally stepping up in space. A French-led, Europe-wide effort to modernize space capabilities had been announced in 2010, but it had been stalled for lack of urgency and funding. Now that’s changing.

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DARPA, Army & Team Platypus: Big Boosts For Artificial Intelligence

Posted by Sydney J. Freedberg Jr. on


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The near-term payoff for military AI isn’t replacing human soldiers in the physical world, but empowering them to understand the world of radio waves. That’s an invisible battlefield which Russia’s powerful electronic warfare corps is poised to dominate in a future war, unless the US can catch up.

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New Tests Prove IBCS Missile Defense Network DOES Work: Northrop

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“There’s a real capability that can be deployed as soon as the government says it can be,” Northrop Grumman’s Rob Jassey told me, possibly even in “months.”

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