It still has nuclear-tipped cruise missiles, though.
Monthly Archives: May, 2017
The Navy is sticking with its high-tech aircraft launching system, despite Trump’s call to go back to ‘goddamned steam’
“You must have seen paperwork that I haven’t seen.”
Ground troops will be able to better navigate, “see” through buildings with augmented reality vision.
The stronger, faster, and much safer replacement for the popular but vulnerable Humvee is finally here. And we got to drive it.
The goal is to more closely simulate a North Korean ICBM aimed at the U.S. homeland.
DARPA wants a stealthy, fuel-scavenging hybrid-electric motorcycle for special forces
LCLC, Inc., d/b/a Center for Military Relationships and Families (LCLC), of Seattle, Washington, challenges the award of a contract to TechWerks, LLC, of Arlington Heights, Illinois, by the Department of the Navy, Naval Special Warfare (NSW) Command, under solicitation No. H92240-16-T-0084, for a resilience program. The protester challenges the evaluation of TechWerks’s technical proposal and the selection decision.
We deny the protest.
A senior U.S. Air Force acquisition official on Thursday defended a decision to award a contract to L3 Technologies Inc. to pick a replacement Compass Call electronic attack platform, following a protest from The Boeing Co., saying that L3’s prior experience made it the most timely and cost-effective choice.
One-third of vetted posts weren’t doing routine information security checks.