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ARL Develops Coatings to Help Helicopter Engines Get Rid of Sand
ARL Develops Coatings to Help Helicopter Engines Get Rid of Sand

Scientists and engineers at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory are developing "sandphobic" coatings that work to enable helicopter engines to get rid of sand during operations. read more...


Army Taps Leidos to Provide Driver Trainer Systems
Army Taps Leidos to Provide Driver Trainer Systems

The U.S. Army's Program Executive Office for Simulation, Training and Instrumentation has tasked Leidos to provide 14 Common Driver Trainer simulator systems under a potential $10 million contract. read more...


DoD Sends More Ammunition For US Military Forces in Europe
DoD Sends More Ammunition For US Military Forces in Europe

The Defense Department has sent more than 620 shipping containers carrying ammunition for U.S. Army and Air Force personnel assigned in Europe in an effort to continue U.S. support for NATO allies and to counter potential Russian threats in the region. read more...


Army to Send New Version of Stryker Combat Vehicle to Europe in 2018
Army to Send New Version of Stryker Combat Vehicle to Europe in 2018

The U.S. Army is set to deploy a new version of the Stryker Infantry Carrier Vehicle to Europe in 2018 following the service branch's urgent call for more firepower for its 2nd Cavalry Regiment in Germany. read more...


New ARCYBER Commander Highlights Need to Recruit, Train Cyber Forces
New ARCYBER Commander Highlights Need to Recruit, Train Cyber Forces

Lieutenant Gen. Paul Nakasone, the new commander of the U.S. Army Cyber Command, has said that the ARCYBER has to continue enlisting and training cyber forces next fiscal year following its works in 2016. read more...


Army to Send 1,700 Paratroopers to Help Iraqi Forces Reclaim Mosul
Army to Send 1,700 Paratroopers to Help Iraqi Forces Reclaim Mosul

The U.S. Army is set to deploy 1,700 soldiers from the 82nd Airborne's 2nd Brigade Combat Team this winter in an effort to provide training and assistance for Iraqi Security Forces that conduct operations to reclaim the city of Mosul from the Islamic state militant group. read more...


Army, General Motors Release First Cell-Powered Military Vehicle
Army, General Motors Release First Cell-Powered Military Vehicle

General Motors and the U.S. Army’s Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center have released the off-road fuel cell vehicle Chevrolet Colorado ZH2. read more...


Air Force Develops Cloud-Based Data-Sharing Technology
Air Force Develops Cloud-Based Data-Sharing Technology

The U.S. Air Force's Kill Chain Integration Branch at Hanscom Air Force Base has started the Data-to-Decisions campaign in an effort to provide a fast way to distribute data among warfighters. read more...


Navy EOD Technicians Conduct Training Exercise With Army Specialists in Kuwait
Navy EOD Technicians Conduct Training Exercise With Army Specialists in Kuwait

The U.S. Navy's Explosive Ordnance Disposal technicians conducted a week-long training exercise with the U.S. Army EOD specialists at Camp Buehring in Kuwait from Oct. 23 to 31. read more...


Army Soldiers Join Warfighting Assessment Exercise
Army Soldiers Join Warfighting Assessment Exercise

More than 145 Soldiers of the U.S. Army's 379th Chemical Company joined the Army Warfighting Assessment Exercise conducted at Fort Bliss in Texas from Oct. 17 to 30. read more...


AM General Secures $32M Army Contract
AM General Secures $32M Army Contract

AM General has received a potential $32 million, indefinite-quantity contract from the U.S. Army to produce transmissions for high mobility multipurpose wheeled Humvee vehicles. read more...


Army Taps NCI to Provide C4I/IT Systems Assistance to INSCOM
Army Taps NCI to Provide C4I/IT Systems Assistance to INSCOM

The U.S. Army Information Systems Engineering Command has tasked NCI to provide engineering and integration assistance for the Army Intelligence and Security Command at Fort Meade in Maryland under a $10 million task order. read more...


Comtech Receives Additional Funds to Support Army's Satellite Program
Comtech Receives Additional Funds to Support Army's Satellite Program

The U.S. Army has tasked Comtech Telecommunications' Command and Control Technologies Group to continue to provide the company's Secret Internet Protocol Router and Non-Secure Internet Protocol Router Access Point Very Small Aperture Terminal satellite systems under an additional $8.8 million order. read more...


USAMRIID to Use Xybion's Pristima Suite For Military Members' Protection
USAMRIID to Use Xybion's Pristima Suite For Military Members' Protection

The U.S. Army Medical Research Institute of Infectious Diseases will use Xybion's Pristima Suite for the institute's biosafety facility at Fort Detrick, Maryland in an effort to protect military service members from biological threats. read more...


Army NSRDEC Looks For Contractor to Provide Velocity Detection Equipment
Army NSRDEC Looks For Contractor to Provide Velocity Detection Equipment

The U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center seeks a contractor that will provide velocity detection equipment to be used in ballistic material evaluation. read more...


ARCYBER Commanding General Highlights Importance of Recruiting, Maintaining Soldiers
ARCYBER Commanding General Highlights Importance of Recruiting, Maintaining Soldiers

Lieutenant Gen. Paul Nakasone, commanding general of the U.S. Army Cyber Command, has said that encouraging new and retaining soldiers is important due to the growing relevance of cyber domain operations in the service branch's future. read more...


Army Scientists to Conduct Trial of PowerWalk Device Next Year
Army Scientists to Conduct Trial of PowerWalk Device Next Year

Scientists from the U.S. Army will conduct field trials next year on the PowerWalk device that works to enable soldiers to generate energy and recharge batteries through walking. read more...


Army Sends More Soldiers to South Korea
Army Sends More Soldiers to South Korea

The 12th and final group of soldiers from the 1st Infantry Division of the U.S. Army's 1st Armored Brigade Combat Team has arrived at Osan Air Base Friday as part of a rotational mission in South Korea. read more...


ARL Develops Tool to Identify Enlisted Personnel MOS
ARL Develops Tool to Identify Enlisted Personnel MOS

Psychologists at the Army Research Institute for the Behavioral and Social Sciences are working on the development of the Adaptive Vocational Interest Diagnostic tool that works to help enlisted U.S. Army personnel identify the military occupation specialties that fit their skills and knowledge. read more...


Eric Fanning Launches 'Hack The Army' Program
Eric Fanning Launches 'Hack The Army' Program

U.S. Army Secretary Eric Fanning has launched the Hack the Army program that will challenge hackers to legally operate against the Department of the Army’s websites in an effort to identify vulnerabilities and further develop the service branch’s security. read more...


NY Army National Guardsmen Join Warfighter Exercise
NY Army National Guardsmen Join Warfighter Exercise

Two hundred aviation soldiers from the New York Army National Guard participate in a warfighter exercise organized to assess the soldiers' ability to operate aircraft in a modern battlefield. read more...


Rockwell to Support Avionics System on Army's CH-47F Aircraft Fleet
Rockwell to Support Avionics System on Army's CH-47F Aircraft Fleet

The U.S. Army has awarded Rockwell Collins a contract to support the Common Avionics Architecture System cockpit equipment onboard the Army's CH-47F helicopter fleet over a five-year period. read more...


Leidos to Continue Support For Army's Counter-IED Platform Under $71M Contract
Leidos to Continue Support For Army's Counter-IED Platform Under $71M Contract

The U.S. Army has awarded Leidos a $71 million contract to continue the company's operations and sustenance support for the Saturn Arch aerial system that Army aircraft use in conducting intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance to identify and remove improvised explosive devices. read more...


Army Secretary Eric Fanning: New Missions Include Shore-Based Defense Against Warships
Army Secretary Eric Fanning: New Missions Include Shore-Based Defense Against Warships

U.S. Army Secretary Eric Fanning has said the Army will attack enemy warships using missile systems stationed on shore as part of its future missions. read more...


Army to Build New Cyber Command HQ at Fort Gordon
Army to Build New Cyber Command HQ at Fort Gordon

The U.S. Army will establish a new facility at Fort Gordon in Georgia that will house the Army's cyberspace operations and cyber-related training, skill development and education programs. read more...


Army to Demo Mobile Surgical Tents at University of Southern Indiana
Army to Demo Mobile Surgical Tents at University of Southern Indiana

The U.S. Army medical department is set to bring its Deployable Rapid Assembly Shelters to the University of Southern Indiana from Nov. 18 to 19 to allow students to tour the mobile surgical tents and discuss Army services with the service branch's personnel. read more...


Army, Stormont Vail Join Forces to Provide Job Opportunities for Ex-Soldiers
Army, Stormont Vail Join Forces to Provide Job Opportunities for Ex-Soldiers

The U.S. Army has collaborated with Stormont Vail Health in an effort to provide jobs for soldiers when they leave the service branch under the Partnering for Youth Success program. read more...


National Guard Joins Three-Year Military Community Health Pilot Program
National Guard Joins Three-Year Military Community Health Pilot Program

The National Guard will participate in the Building Healthy Military Communities pilot program that aims to provide soldiers assigned to remote locations more access to education opportunities, financial advisers and mental health service providers. read more...


Army Tests New Device to Immobilize Enemy Drones
Army Tests New Device to Immobilize Enemy Drones

The U.S. Army is assessing the new Raytheon-built Phaser anti-air device that works to immobilize multiple unmanned aerial vehicles using a beam of microwave radiation. read more...



Army Begins AimLock Stabilized Weapon Platform Trial
Army Begins AimLock Stabilized Weapon Platform Trial

The U.S. Army has started the live fire testing for the AimLock Stabilized Weapon Platform designed to facilitate aim stabilization and targeting accuracy during operations. read more...


Octo to Support Army's Military Health Record System Modernization
Octo to Support Army's Military Health Record System Modernization

The U.S. Army’s Medical Communications for Combat Casualty Care product management office has picked Octo Consulting Group to support the advancement of the Army's military health records system under a three-year, $5 million contract. read more...


Army's Eric Fanning: Army Should Focus on Capability, Not Quantity
Army's Eric Fanning: Army Should Focus on Capability, Not Quantity

U.S. Army Secretary Eric Fanning has said the Army should focus on the service branch's capability needs instead of the quantity of soldiers. read more...


Army's Eric Fanning: New Personnel Rules May Remain Through Trump Administration
Army's Eric Fanning: New Personnel Rules May Remain Through Trump Administration

U.S. Army Secretary Eric Fanning has said the recent personnel changes that allow women to have combat roles and openly homosexual troops to join the Army might remain under the new administration. read more...


BP Products North America to Supply Fuel to Navy, Army, Air Force
BP Products North America to Supply Fuel to Navy, Army, Air Force

The Defense Logistics Agency has chosen BP Products North America to supply fuel products to the U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force under a one-year, $559 million contract. read more...



Sen. Jeff Sessions Potential DoD Chief Under Trump Administration
Sen. Jeff Sessions Potential DoD Chief Under Trump Administration

U.S. Army Reserve veteran Sen. Jeff Sessions, chairman of the Senate Armed Services Subcommittee on Strategic Forces, might lead the Defense Department under Donald Trump's administration. read more...


DoD Funds Temple University R&D Project to Reduce Traumatic Brain Injuries
DoD Funds Temple University R&D Project to Reduce Traumatic Brain Injuries

The Defense Department has given Temple University a $20 million fund to sponsor the study and development of new materials that work to alleviate traumatic brain injuries. read more...


RT Logic to Provide Tech For Army's Telemetry Modernization Program
RT Logic to Provide Tech For Army's Telemetry Modernization Program

The U.S. Army has tasked RT Logic, a Kratos Defense & Security Solutions subsidiary, to provide the Telemetrix 400 Range Receiver telemetry system in support of the Army’s telemetry modernization program at an unnamed test site. read more...


CACI to Provide Call Center Support to SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic
CACI to Provide Call Center Support to SPAWAR Systems Center Atlantic

The Defense Department has chosen CACI International to provide travel call center assistance to the Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Atlantic under a $26 million task order. read more...


RiteNet Taps Intelsat General to Provide Satellite Services for Army Warfighter Network Tests
RiteNet Taps Intelsat General to Provide Satellite Services for Army Warfighter Network Tests

Intelsat General will provide satellite connectivity to RiteNet in support of the U.S. Army's network assessment at Fort Bliss and nearby White Sands Missile Range in New Mexico. read more...


USACE, NJ Agency to Solicit Input For Study on Flood, Storm Protection
USACE, NJ Agency to Solicit Input For Study on Flood, Storm Protection

The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers and the New Jersey Department of Environmental Protection are set to solicit ideas from the public on Dec. 1 at Stockton University’s Galloway campus for the Back Bays Flood Risk Management study that seeks to examine ways to protect coastal areas from storm surge and flooding. read more...


General H.R. McMaster Says US Army Should Upgrade Combat Systems
General H.R. McMaster Says US Army Should Upgrade Combat Systems

Lieutenant Gen. Herbert Raymond McMaster, director of the U.S. Army Training and Doctrine Command’s Army Capabilities Integration Center, has said that the Army needs to update the service branch's ground combat platforms in order to react to the growing lethality of the modern battlefield. read more...


Cray Receives Supercomputing Contract From DoD
Cray Receives Supercomputing Contract From DoD

The Defense Department has awarded Cray a $26 million contract under the High Performance Computing Modernization Program to provide XC40 supercomputer and three Sonexion storage systems for the U.S. Army Engineer Research and Development Center. read more...


Army Eyes Development of New Synthetic Training Technologies
Army Eyes Development of New Synthetic Training Technologies

The U.S. Army is looking into technologies for the Synthetic Training Environment program that seeks to use virtual gaming and cloud-based technology to train troops. read more...



TrellisWare to Develop Narrowband Soldier Radio Waveform for Army
TrellisWare to Develop Narrowband Soldier Radio Waveform for Army

The U.S. Army has chosen TrellisWare Technologies, a member of the National Spectrum Consortium, to develop the Mobile Ad-hoc Networking narrowband mode of the Army's Soldier Radio Waveform over a three-year period. read more...


CACI to Provide Systems Engineering Support for Army Intelligence Ops Under $79M Deal
CACI to Provide Systems Engineering Support for Army Intelligence Ops Under $79M Deal

The U.S. Army Intelligence and Information Warfare Directorate has awarded CACI International a three-year, $79 million task order to support the Innovative Intelligence Solutions and Systems Engineering Support program. read more...


Army Commences Project to Build New ARCYBER Headquarters in Augusta, Georgia
Army Commences Project to Build New ARCYBER Headquarters in Augusta, Georgia

The U.S. Army has conducted the groundbreaking ceremony for the new headquarters of the Army Cyber Command in Augusta, Georgia. read more...



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