November 24, 2017

Technology Lag Biggest Threat to US

technology

The US is losing ground in the technology war. China is investing in artificial intelligence and information-aimed equipment and capabilities the US is “presently unable to match,” says the Marine Corps’ assistant director of intelligence.

Next Gen Jammer Passes Review at Pax

Next Gen Jammer Passes Review at Pax

The Next Generation Jammer program has passed its design review during recent testing at NAS Pax River, NAVAIR officials say.

Hoyer to NASA: Protect Vital Missions

Seniors

Congressman Steny H. Hoyer has joined US Sen. Chris Van Hollen and all of the Democratic members of the Maryland congressional delegation to urge NASA to protect two missions that are vital to Maryland’s leadership in earth and space science.

DoD Sets Sights on Low-Ball Bids

low-ball bids

The Pentagon is looking for ways to end low-ball bids for development project from contractors banking on collecting other DoD funds later.

Confrontations Escalate in Persian Gulf

Iran escalates confrontations with US warships in the Persian Gulf.

F-35B Debuts at Rugged Exercise Red Flag

Attack Aircraft

The Marine Corps’ F-35B Joint Strike Fighter is getting a workout — and a good report.

NIST: Rethink Cyber Hardware, Software Design

cybersecurity

The National Institute of Standards and Technology wants to change the way software and computer designers think about cybersecurity.

Homeland to Share Cyber Indicators with Industry

New Normal on the Internet cyber

The Department of Homeland Security will start automatically sharing cyber-security threat indicators — not incidents — with industry.

Sponsors Sought for Pax River Museum Event

Pax River Museum

A dinner to celebrate the opening of a new Patuxent River Naval Air Museum building is planned for Nov. 6 and sponsors are being sought.

Drone Boon @ Wallops Island

Wallops Island

NASA predicts drone traffic could increase 10-fold at Wallops Island.