In today's Federal Newscast, the Army is embedding nutritionists, physical fitness experts and coaches into active duty brigades in hopes of increasing performance and cutting down on injuries.
Joe Biden is making promises to military families, while Trump is pointing to readiness gains as the election gets closer.
From aircraft to tanks to munitions, the Army is trying to determine how many of the thousands of spare parts in its inventory can be built via new advanced manufacturing technologies.
According to the study, under normal conditions on a commercial jetliner, it would take several consecutive days onboard an aircraft for one COVID-infected passenger to infect another.
The purpose is to change the connotation around soldiers who do not report to duty and to actively look for them.
The Army is expecting to save another $10 billion through its Night Court process in 2022 by divesting from legacy systems and reinvesting that money in higher priority weapons. Army Secretary Ryan McCarthy told reporters…
The Defense Information Systems Agency moved its cloud based internet isolation program into production after testing it out for the last year under a $199 million Other Transaction Agreement.
In the first of what's set to become an annual event, the Army applied AI and machine learning technologies to get its first real experience with hyper-connected warfare systems.
The Army is changing the way it trains, deploys and modernizes to focus on its people.
Billions have been spent to overhaul the Army's aging weapons plants, but officials say the system needs a fundamental rethinking to make it agile enough to keep up with military requirements.
The Defense Department will also begin using the Department of Veterans Affairs' Video Connect platform later this fall for telehealth visits in the military health system. The Video Connect platform is responsible for an 1000% increase in VA telehealth appointments since the pandemic began in mid-March.
A major reason for hitting 2020 goals, however, was less attrition and more personnel staying with the service.
DISA received the 2020 Verdure award from the Defense Department for demonstrating fresh approaches to balancing the development of efficient procurement methods and the utilization of small businesses under its systems engineering, technology and innovation contract.
The Defense Department is putting $600 million into 5G in five new military installations.