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Navy ready to move from 30- to 150-kilowatt powerful shipboard laser weapon

Electro-optics industry group wants new organization to steer high-power laser manufacturing

Intel considering sale of its cyber security business

First picture of China's secretive new nuclear-powered Shang attack submarine, the Type 093B

The hunting approach to defeating cyber attacks

GPS jamming is a growing threat to satellite navigation, positioning, and precision timing

How much do you trust and rely on your personal GPS satellite navigation device to tell where you are or how to get to where you're going? It may be subject to GPS jamming.

DARPA to kick off AFRE program for hypersonic propulsion on future aircraft and missiles

U.S. military researchers will brief industry next month on a new program to develop a full-scale reusable propulsion system for future hypersonic aircraft and missiles that can fly at least five times the speed of sound.

DARPA approaches industry for new battlefield network algorithms and network protocols

U.S. military researchers are asking industry for new algorithms and protocols for large, mission-aware, computer, communications, and battlefield network systems that physically are dispersed over large forward-deployed areas.

SRA International machine learning experts to help humans and robots trust one another

Machine learning experts at SRA International, a CSRA company in Chantilly, Va., will develop new approaches for machine learning to enable humans and robots to trust one another enough to work together under terms of a $7.5 million U.S. Air Force contract announced Friday.

Lockheed Martin to install Navy shipboard undersea warfare systems in potential $169.5 million contract

Anti-submarine warfare (ASW) experts at Lockheed Martin Corp. will install and support AN/SQQ-89A(V)15 will install and support U.S. Navy shipboard undersea warfare systems under terms of a $14.3 million contract.

Harris wins potential $1.7 billion radio contract (finally) for Afghanistan and other countries

U.S. Army radio communications specialists finalized a potential $1.7 billion contract with Harris Corp. on Wednesday to provide military radio equipment to Afghanistan and other U.S. allies under the Foreign Military Sales (FMS) program.

MORSECORP joins DARPA program for air-drop unmanned aircraft that melt for stealth and secrecy

U.S. military researchers have chosen a third company to develop small unpowered and unmanned aircraft to air-drop small packages for forward-deployed forces. After delivery, the unmanned aircraft melt without any detectable trace to keep them out of enemy hands.

BAE Systems to develop advanced electronic warfare (EW) to counter enemy programmable radar

Electronic warfare (EW) experts at BAE Systems are moving forward with the second phase of a U.S. military research program to find ways to detect and counter digitally programmable radar systems that have unknown behaviors and agile waveform characteristics.

Motorized three-axis gimbal mount for lasers, optics, and instruments introduced by OES

Optimal Engineering Systems Inc. (OES) in Van Nuys, Calif., is introducing the AU300-XZ motorized three-axis gimbal mount for lasers, cameras, optics, and instrumentation for pointing, scanning, tracking, positioning, and other applications.

Broadband RF and microwave power amplifier for power-limited uses introduced by NuWaves

NuWaves Engineering in Middletown, Ohio, is introducing the NuPower 11C01A broadband RF and microwave power amplifier for VHF to S-band radio communications transmitters and data radios.

Rugged small system to gather encrypted data from unmanned vehicles introduced by Curtiss-Wright

The Curtiss-Wright Corp. Defense Solutions division in Ashburn, Va., is introducing the Data Transport System 1-Slot (DTS1) small form factor SWaP-optimized data storage solution for storing large amounts of data on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV), unmanned underwater vehicles (UUV), and intelligence surveillance reconnaissance (ISR) aircraft.

COM Express embedded computing module for cyber security introduced by WIN Enterprises

WIN Enterprises Inc. in North Andover, Mass., is introducing the MB-73450 COM Express embedded computing module for cyber security applications like security key handling, encryption and de-encryption, managing network traffic, and virus protection.

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