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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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Raytheon Aims to Straddle DoD Missile Defense Satellite Portfolio [Sponsored]

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Wallis Laughrey, Raytheon Vice President for Space and Airborne Systems, says it is possible that the Air Force will keep both Raytheon and Northrop Grumman as Next-Gen OPIR GEO payload providers “if funding is available.”

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Q&A with Leonardo DRS Chief Operating Officer John Baylouny [Sponsored]

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He discusses the elements that have made the company one of the world’s most successful mid-tier defense electronics firms, providing the U.S. military and others with decades worth of innovative, mission-critical technology and capabilities. 

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New US/Japanese Missile Readying For New Generation Of Threats [Sponsored]

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The joint venture on the SM-3 Block IIA interceptor between Raytheon and the Japanese defense industry could point the way for international defense cooperation in the future.

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Artificial Intelligence: Ethics, Congress, Data And The Tech [Sponsored]

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Join me as I explore the intricacies of ethics, technology, policy and politics with three experts on this somewhat arcane subject.

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Navy’s New Tomahawk Plan Targets Ships, Bunkers and Distance [Sponsored]

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WASHINGTON: As the Navy continues to look for ways to reach out and touch — or preferably deter — potential adversaries at greater range, it is turning to the latest version of a decades-old weapon to do it.

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Raytheon Presses Hard For More Army Biz: NGCV, DeepStrike, Coyote [Sponsored]

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The growing threat from potential near-peer adversaries, such as Russia and China, has propelled the Army into an all-out drive to rapidly modernize with an array of weapons ranging from technologically enhanced ground combat vehicles to long-range precision-guided missiles. The Army showed its commitment to that quest in its recently released fiscal 2020 budget that… Keep reading →

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One Missile, Many Missions: Raytheon’s Standard Missile-6 [Sponsored]

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When it comes to Raytheon’s Standard Missile-6, there really is no comparison. It was most recently described by the Missile Defense Agency as the “Swiss-Army knife of missiles,” boasting three missions within one effector. That means a great deal to Navy commanders who have limited space onboard their ships and can wield anti-air warfare, ballistic… Keep reading →

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