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US Navy seeking new technologies for Gun-launched guided projectile (GLGP) or Hypervelocity projectile (HVP)

Gun-launched guided projectile (GLGP), previously known as the hypervelocity projectile (HVP) is the new weapon of US Navy that could improve the ability of Navy surface ships to defend themselves against missiles, unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs), and surface craft.   As the Navy was developing EMRG, it realized that the …

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USAF Offensive Cyberspace Operations (OCO) program developed Cyber Mission Platforms, Cyber Weapons Platform & Command and Control Mission System

The Department of Defense (DOD) defines cyberspace as a global domain within the information environment consisting of the interdependent network of information technology infrastructures and resident data, including the internet, telecommunications networks, computer systems, and embedded processors and controllers. The DOD Information Network (DODIN) is a global infrastructure carrying DOD, …

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China’s Missile Arsenal of hypersonic, long range land-attack, air to air , and carrier killer missiles has propelled China as a major military power

“The greatest military threat to U.S. vital interests in Asia may be one that has received somewhat less attention: the growing capability of China’s missile forces to threaten U.S. bases in the region,” write Thomas Shugart and Javier Gonzalez in a report released last month by the Center for a …

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Countries Advancing Satellite ELINT / COMINT constellations for countering adversary’s Military Radars and communications

Electronic Warfare EW, encompasses, in all battle phases, military actions involving the use of EM energy to determine, exploit, reduce or prevent hostile use of EM spectrum and the actions, which retain friendly use of the EM spectrum. EW consists of three related sectors, viz., Electronic Protection (EP), Electronic Attack …

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DARPA DRBE developing Super Computers for Live Virtual Constructive training to test AI enabled Radar and EW systems

According to a 23 January DARPA solicitation, the cost, complexity, and limited availability of military ranges mean that operational training and system test and evaluation will increasingly take place in completely virtual environments. Furthermore, the increasing adoption of artificial intelligence (AI) will require orders of magnitude of more test and …

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