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Joint Base San Antonio
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Innovation critical to success as DOD faces competition with China
May 11, 2023
— The Department of Defense's propensity to innovate will be vital to deterring future conflict and maintaining the U.S. military's strategic edge going forward, Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen H. Hicks said May 9...
DOD aims to improve network security, leverage new technologies
May 3, 2023
— The Defense Information Systems Agency and the Department of Defense Information Network are looking for ways to repurpose cutting-edge technology to protect the DOD's global network, the director of those organizations said...
DOD investing in wearable technology that could rapidly predict disease
May 1, 2023
— The Defense Innovation Unit, in partnership with the private sector, has developed a wearable device that identifies infections...
Leaders say TikTok is potential cybersecurity risk to U.S.
April 6, 2023
— The Chinese social media company TikTok is a potential threat to the United States, John F. Plumb, assistant secretary of defense for space policy and principal cyber advisor to the secretary of defense, said during testimony on Capitol Hill April 6...
DOD makes headway on cloud computing
March 30, 2023
— The Department of Defense is moving ahead quickly on the adoption of cloud computing and implementation of a "zero trust" computing environment, the Defense Department's chief information officer said...
DOD aims to shield warfighters from novel biological agents
January 10, 2023
— The Department of Defense is modernizing its approach for developing medical countermeasures to protect warfighters from novel biological agents...
DOD office moving ahead in mission to identify 'anomalous phenomena'
December 20, 2022
— The Defense Department's All-domain Anomaly Resolution Office was set up to document "unidentified anomalous phenomena" that might pose a threat to national security and the operations of both the military and other federal agencies. ...
Air Force offering hands-on experience to future researchers
December 12, 2022
— The Air Force Research Laboratory is accepting applications through Jan. 20, 2023, for a fully funded graduate student internship program...
World gets first look at B-21 Raider
December 3, 2022
— As the first strategic bomber in more than three decades, the Air Force's B-21 will serve as the backbone of America's bomber force, Secretary of Defense Lloyd J. Austin III said...
B-21 bomber to be unveiled first week in December
September 23, 2022
— The Air Force confirmed plans to reveal the B-21 Raider, a long-range, highly survivable, penetrating strike stealth bomber that will incrementally replace the B-1 and B-2 bombers...
Modernization of armed forces a collaborative effort, official says
September 12, 2022
— The Defense Department, in collaboration with academia, industry, allies and partners, is developing cutting-edge technology to ensure the warfighter has the upper edge on the battlefield. ...
Deputy Defense Secretary: DOD must field capabilities faster
September 1, 2022
— In the face of the pacing challenge from China and threats from Russia, Iran, North Korea and extremist groups, DOD must transition from experimentation and prototyping to fielding capabilities much more quickly, the deputy defense secretary said...
CHIPS Act advances DOD's emphasis on microelectronics
August 11, 2022
— The CHIPS Act provides both investment and incentive funding to build semiconductor manufacturing facilities in the U.S. and to advance research and development activities at both the national and regional levels...
DOD preparing for climate change impacts
June 16, 2022
— Climate change is dramatically increasing the demand for military operations and impacting our readiness and our ability to meet those demands, the Defense Department's chief sustainability officer and senior advisor for climate said...
Innovation continues with Det. 24’s change of command
June 14, 2022
— Lt. Col. Steve “Tiger” Briones took command of Detachment 24 from Lt. Col. Ryan “Motor” Riley during a change of command ceremony at the Kendrick Club at Joint Base San Antonio-Randolph June 10. Maj. Gen. Craig Wills, Nineteenth Air Force commander, presided over the ceremony and talked about the ground breaking progress within pilot training because of Det. 24. ...
Leadership key to moving Defense Department toward data-driven future
June 13, 2022
— Getting after what motivates people — the incentives — is how the department will further its data and AI goals, said Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen H. Hicks...
DOD: It's not just state actors who pose cyber threat to U.S.
May 23, 2022
— It's not just hackers operating at the behest of adversarial nation-states who pose a threat to U.S. cyber infrastructure — it's also cybercriminals who are just in it for the money, the deputy assistant secretary of defense for cyber policy said...
DOD must take action to keep tech edge
May 16, 2022
— As America's strategic competitors advance their technological advantage, the U.S. must take action to avoid losing its edge, the undersecretary of defense for research and engineering said recently...
AI-powered app aims to discover talent in Guard, Reserve
May 12, 2022
— Members of the Reserve and National Guard are highly skilled across a variety of private-sector industries and have the potential to make substantial contributions to Defense Department missions, a DOD official said. ...
DOD reignites cancer research initiative to 'end cancer as we know it today'
May 5, 2022
— Defense Department health officials will discuss cancer research efforts with the aim of reducing cancer prevalence and cancer-related deaths across the Military Health System. ...