April 21, 2019

Russia on Cyber Attack Accusations: Where’s the Proof?

Indicted for Hacking

A Russian government official says the US should prove Russia meddled in US elections or shut up about it.

Navy Embraces 3D Printing Technology

The US Navy is an enthusiastic supporter of 3D printing technology. Naval Air Systems Command has completed some test flights featuring 3D printed critical components. In May, 3D-printed parts for a MV-22 Osprey were used. The Osprey, which was fitted with a partially 3D printed engine nacelle, performed exactly as expected.

Wanted: Private Pilots for Practice Dogfights

The Pentagon is looking for a few good bad guys for practice dogfights.

Google Facing EU Antitrust Charges

Google has run afoul of the European Union’s tough antitrust regulations. Charges believed to be forthcoming.

Drones Rules More Liberal Than Expected

FAA drones rules proposal showing more flexibility on commercial use than had been anticipated.

Budget Cuts All Services & Contractor Pay, But Stocks Rise

A re-work of furlough scheduling qualifies Navy employees for unemployment insurance and a re-think of tactical nuclear strikes is needed now says a Pentagon-respected think-tank.