A look back at some of the top military and maritime stories of 2016. The news was full of stories about research, development, and acquisition, as well as testing, fielding, and planning for ships, aircraft, and weapon systems.
China’s “passive” radar detection device may be able to track the F-35 stealthy fighter at distances of up to 400 kilometers.
Four years before the JSF is expected to enter naval aviation service, the US Navy is looking at F135-C modifications for future missions.
The 2014 Performance of the Defense Acquisition System report analyzes prime contractors in terms of contracted products and services.
2014 will be a tough year for defense contractors, but if companies can endure the fiscal year the worst could soon be in the past.
The bi-partisan budget bill on its way toward final approval makes big winners of big defense contractors, especially in aerospace and arms. Investors can expect a happy new year.
Large defense firms fared better than small firms in the first round of sequestration and small companies are urged to raise their visibility as analysts predict budget contractions will continue.
Obama would offset sequestration in other areas by cutting the Pentagon.
Learn about the latest acquisition priorities of the Naval Air Systems Command Wednesday.
Hope nearly fades out for avoiding sequestration.