A joint program by the Defense Advanced Research Project Agency (DARPA)/ US Army Operational Fires (OpFires) has picked a total of three defense companies to develop and demonstrate a novel ground-launched system enabling hypersonic boost-glide weapo
Army scientists are trying to figure out the best way to design hard exoskeletons to fit "fleshy" human bodies so they're comfortable enough to wear in combat.
A $145 million construction project was awarded Wednesday to build roughly six miles of border wall in Texas, Customs and Border Protection (CBP) announced on Friday.
The U.S. inked $55.6 billion in foreign military sales during fiscal year 2018, easily smashing past the previous year's total -- and the Pentagon's point man for security cooperation expects more in the future.
Lockheed Martin revealed a giant crewed lunar lander concept and showed how the reusable lander aligns with NASA's lunar Gateway and future Mars missions.
The former founder and CEO of Blackwater says he needs just six months and roughly 3,600 men to make the Afghan War look far different from the shitshow it is now.
The Secretary of the US Air Force presented a plan to grow the Air Force from 312 squadrons today to 386 by 2030.
Private sector (2005–2013) In the fall of 2005, Comey announced that he was leaving the Department of Justice. In August 2005, it was announced that Comey would enter the private sector, becoming the General Counsel and Senior Vice President f
The Department of Defense invited proposals for a $10-billion contract called JEDI, short for Joint Enterprise Defense Infrastructure, as they plan to move all of the DOD's data, including classified material, into one place in the cloud, instead o
Jeff Bezos, the consummate Technocrat and head of Amazon, is gobbling up the swamp while President Trump seems to welcome the intrusion. Yesterday, as Trump signed the gargantuan $717 billion defense bill, compare Bezos' $10 billion contract to the
Law allows Pentagon to keep doing business with suspended companies
-Implicating Lockheed Martin, While Comey Was Lockheed
Headlines will crow of the fact that US Factory Orders rose 0.4% MoM in May (better than the expectations), rebounding from the 0.4% drop in April (pushing factory order growth up 9.2% YoY - highest since June 2017).
The National Security Agency (NSA) is scrubbing several years worth of call records swept up in foreign intelligence surveillance wiretaps that it was never authorized to collect - claiming that "technical irregularities" caused the oversight, accord
Reality L. Winner, a former Air Force linguist who was the first person prosecuted by the Trump administration on charges of leaking classified information, pleaded guilty on Tuesday as part of an agreement with prosecutors that calls for a sentence
The NSA's Hidden Spy Hubs in Eight U.S. Cities
The NSA's Hidden Spy Hubs in Eight U.S. Cities
Special Counsel Robert Mueller has been provided "total access" to Blackwater founder Erik Prince's phones and computer, and is voluntarily cooperating with the Russia investigation, reports ABC News.
The National Security Agency is all-in on cloud.
A $24 million dollar order of two refrigerators produced by Boeing and intended for operation on Air Force One was canceled by the Air Force and the White House Military Office.
Google said it won't renew its Project Maven contract, but that doesn't mean its leaving the war business.
Part 1- Western & Far East Allies of the U.S. War Industry
The National Security Agency collected more than 530 million U.S. call records in 2017, representing a dramatic increase over the previous year.
Lockheed Martin has secretly been developing a game-changing compact nuclear fusion reactor that could potentially fit into a fighter jet.
Lockheed Martin has released a new video showing one of its two S-97 Raider prototype attack helicopters strutting its aerial stuff.
Microsoft withdrew a bid protest that allows U.S. Transportation Command to begin migrating data to Amazon's secret cloud region.
Just an innocent private IT company? Yeah right, it's part of the military-industrial complex, profiting from empire's endless wars and up to its elbows in blood
Congress wants the Defense Department to buy technology faster. Now it's beginning to do just that.
The U.S. war industry is out of control. It has been since 1945. It finances political campaigns, thereby purchasing loyalty from elected officials.
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