A new report from the U.S. Government Accountability Office recently found that U.S. weapon systems developed between 2012 and 2017 have “mission critical” cyber vulnerabilities.
In a stinging rebuke to the Air Force, The House Armed Services Committee wants the service to build a replacement for the aging E-8 JSTARS radar surveillance aircraft, an expense Air Force leaders want to avoid.
The Pentagon’s Silicon Valley office is developing several new computer programs for the U.S. military’s air operations center running the bombing campaign against the Islamic State, one of its largest efforts since launching two years ago.
Making the transition to civilian life and work comes with several factors worthy of consideration: to what extent does military service matter to a prospective employer? Is there a culture of veteran hiring?
Obama officials interpreted three episodes involving fighter jets in the last month as a warning to stay out of the Baltics, but said that would not happen.
If you want to buy a secondhand fighter jet, Albania’s the place to go right now.
By John Ubaldi
Special Contributor for In Homeland Security
The media coverage of November’s midterm election and the Ebola crisis, have effectively drowned out any and all other issues. Perhaps more importantly, it has diluted virtually all discussion regarding the U.S. airstrikes against ISIS.
Brett Daniel Shehadey Special Contributor for In Homeland Security Vandenberg Air Force Base in California and Fort Greeley in…
By Kerry Givens
Since the end of the Cold War, the Russian and Chinese defense industries have lagged far behind in the race for the acquisitions of advanced technology in the global markets. With the acquisition of sophisticated 5th generation radar defense systems, coupled with hypersonic surface to air missile technology and 5th generation fighter aircraft technology the Russian Federation and Chinese Defense Ministries have propelled its global reach.