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Virginia's BAE Systems Electronics Intelligence and Support is developing a system able to track thousands of people and vehicles over a large-area battlefield. Under the terms of an $11.4 million contract BAE Systems Electronics, Intelligence and
The incoming commander of the Air Force Space and Missile Systems Center praised the center Friday at her induction ceremony and emphasized the critical nature of its work. In the change-of-command ceremony at Fort MacArthur in San Pedro, Lt...
Pawlikowski will be promoted to a lieutenant general when she takes command of the center at a ceremony Friday at Fort MacArthur in San Pedro. Pawlikowski, who worked at SMC earlier in her career, will be the first woman commander at the Air Force's
Phase II contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory. The Phase I project was completed in December of 2010. The Company demonstrated in Phase I that its proprietary "Nested High Voltage" insulation geometry successfully reduces the volume
Department of Defense is issuing 27 awards to academic institutions to perform multidisciplinary basic research. The awards under the Multidisciplinary University Research Initiative program are expected to be worth more than $191 million over five
Air Force Research Laboratory at Edwards Air Force Base in California will continue to receive research and support services from Jacob's Engineering. Jacobs Engineering Group announced receipt of a follow-on award for its services that has a
Air Force has contracted Camgian Microsystems Corp. of Mississippi to develop a new ultra-low power RF transceiver. The contract from the Air Force Research Laboratory is a Phase III Small Business Innovation Research vehicle...Application Specific
The architecture was developed by Lockheed Martin and the Air Force's Space and Missile Systems Center Space Development and Test Directorate. Air Force to fly multiple constellations of spacecraft with various missions from the single ground station.
Putting 1,760 Sony PlayStation 3s in one room might make for the most awesome ``Call of Duty: Black Ops'' game ever. And, as Air Force researchers have discovered, they can also create the Defense Department's largest interactive supercomputer. The
The United States Air Force has transformed almost 2,000 Japanese Sony PlayStation consoles into a powerful supercomputer suitable for military tasks. The new device will handle tasks, including artificial intelligence research, The Telegraph reports.