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09/14/2022
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The Biden administration's choice to be chief of space operations wants to develop and deploy more advanced electronic warfare capabilities in the near-term. And from the authors of "Ghost Fleet," a creative take on how new unmanned technologies could lead to both new threats and complicate the understanding of fast-moving crisis scenarios in future conflict. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Sept. 14, 2022.

Nominee for Space Force chief commits to fielding new electronic warfare tech

The Space Force needs to develop and deploy more advanced electronic warfare capabilities in the near-term — for both offensive and defensive purposes — as threats from U.S. competitors escalate, President Biden’s nominee to be the next chief of space operations told lawmakers Tuesday ahead of his confirmation hearing. Brandi Vincent reports.


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Point of Origin: What Comes Next in a World of Advanced Tech Gone Global?

P.W. Singer and August Cole, the authors of "Ghost Fleet: A Novel of the Next World War," use the mechanism of "useful fiction" to help readers visualize how new unmanned technologies, and especially their proliferation to a wide array of state and non-state actors, could lead to both new threats and complicate our understanding of fast-moving crisis scenarios. Read more from Singer and Cole exclusively on DefenseScoop.


Army issues awards for next phase of aerial sensor intelligence modernization

The Army has awarded phase 2 contracts to two companies to continue developing electronic sensors as part of a broader aerial intelligence modernization project, the service announced Tuesday. Mark Pomerleau has more.


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