The Army is "ready to accept any help that others can provide" on Long Range Precision Fires, according to the service's vice chief of staff.
Following an earlier misstep, the Army recently announced a five-year, potential $1.7 billion contract for foreign military sales procurement of "Harris family of radios, ancillaries, spare parts and services."
The four-star admiral in charge of U.S. Fleet Forces Command says the Navy's budding "distributed lethality" initiative is becoming more embraced as a "fleet concept" through doctrine, exercises and training.
The Army has asked the Office of the Secretary of Defense for permission to proceed with its signature overhaul of aviation platforms, according to the program manager for the Improved Turbine Engine Program and Future Vertical Lift.
Senate Armed Services Committee Chairman John McCain (R-AZ) sought to defend his effort to alter the Pentagon's management structure to include more "cross-functional teams" during a Tuesday hearing with a panel of management experts, including retired Gen. Stanley McChrystal.
A congressionally mandated panel on technical data rights, which has met twice so far, is seeking public input, according to a new Federal Register notice.