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New GEOINT strategy will direct agencies to look at commercial services first

The NGA is trying to flip the script on how U.S. spy agencies consider geospatial intelligence sources.

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defense budget

DoD wants transformational 2023 budget, but will take some cuts to pay for it

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This Air Force civilian engineer is the brainpower behind an exciting new weather satellite

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Air Force award for professional services spurs bid protest over price ‘realism’

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(Air Force Research Laboratory artwork)A Skyborg conceptual design for a low cost attritable Unmanned Combat Aerial Vehicle. (Air Force Research Laboratory artwork)

Air Force AI-driven drone program makes step into the future

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Military moving season proving as chaotic as expected

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(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)FILE - In this May 7, 2020, file photo, the entrance to the Labor Department is seen near the Capitol in Washington. Unemployment fraud in the U.S. has reached dramatic levels during the pandemic: more than $63 billion has been paid out improperly through fraud or errors since March 2020. Criminals are seizing on the opportunity created by the pandemic and are making false claims using stolen information. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, File)

Agencies embracing cloud for records digitization, virtual reality during and after pandemic

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(U.S. Air Force photo by Nicholas Pilch)Lt. Col. Glenn Cameron, 60th Civil Engineer Squadron commander, participates in a test-virtual reality program meant to replace the suicidal awareness computer-based training Feb. 18, 2021, at Travis Air Force Base, California. The suicidal prevention training is being tested at Scott and Travis AFBs and is the only training across the Department of Defense of its kind. (U.S. Air Force photo by Nicholas Pilch)

Air Force turns to virtual reality to combat sexual assault

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What the FY 2022 Defense budget request says about a future fight with China

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(AP Photo/Carolyn Thompson)The new USS Little Rock arrives at Buffalo harbor with a police and fireboat escort, Monday, Dec. 4, 2017, in Buffalo, N.Y. The littoral combat ship will be docked on the Lake Erie waterfront until its commissioning Dec. 16, 2017. (AP Photo/Carolyn Thhompson)

Pentagon faces political battle to retire old weapons systems — and some newer ones

The Navy and Air Force want to shed existing weapons systems to free up funds for great power competition. Many of those systems really are old, but not all.

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In this photo made available by the U.S. Navy, the guided-missile submarine USS Georgia, front, with the guided-missile cruiser USS Port Royal, transit the Strait of Hormuz in Persian Gulf, Monday, Dec. 21, 2020. The vessels traversed the strategically vital waterway between Iran and the Arabian Peninsula on Monday, the U.S. Navy said, a rare announcement that comes amid rising tensions with Iran. (Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Indra Beaufort/U.S. Navy via AP)

First look at Senate NDAA adds $35B to DoD, takes all nonmilitary crimes out of chain of command

The additional money funds a variety of accounts, mostly ones that increase the capacity of the military by spending billions of dollars to procure more…

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(AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite)In this file photo from Wednesday, March 3, 2021, members of the Michigan National Guard join the U.S. Capitol Police to keep watch over the Capitol grounds in Washington, in the wake of the Jan. 6 insurrection by a mob loyal to former President Donald Trump. The Guard mission is ending as Democrats and Republicans spar over whether to form an independent bipartisan commission to investigate the attack that sought to overturn Trump's loss to Joe Biden. (AP Photo/J. Scott Applewhite, file)

National Guard readies severe budget measures to cover this year’s Capitol security costs

Funding shortfalls will have serious consequences in the final quarter of this fiscal year because of unexpected bills related to security at the Capitol, National Guard officials warn.

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