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10/04/2022
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Why Pentagon leaders are concerned by China's maturing space component. An exclusive op-ed from the chief information officer of the Department of the Navy. And the U.S. isn't having any trouble getting its hands on loitering munitions, according to one top DOD official. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Oct. 4, 2022.

China's acceleration of aerospace technology seen as building block for 'combat loop'

China’s maturing space and cyber military component has roughly doubled its number of satellites in orbit over the last three years, according to the U.S. Space Force’s intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) director — and that escalation is raising concerns for Pentagon leadership. Brandi Vincent takes you inside.


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Cyber Ready: Modernizing the Department of the Navy's cybersecurity approach

In an exclusive op-ed, Department of the Navy CIO Aaron Weis shares how he's working to modernize the service's cybersecurity. Read CIO Aaron Weis' strategy on DefenseScoop.


Pentagon acquisition chief sees ‘lots of different options’ for procuring kamikaze drones

The United States and its allies are working through supply chain issues as they seek to expand their defense industrial bases and weapons production. But one type of system that the Pentagon’s acquisition chief isn’t too concerned about in this regard is loitering munitions. More from Jon Harper.


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In a recent panel discussion, DISA director Roger S. Greenwell and Google Cloud executive Josh Marcuse talk about leaning on partnerships to realize the agency’s data strategies. They discuss leveraging cloud, artificial intelligence and machine learning capabilities to expand capabilities for the DOD as well as taking a missions-outcomes approach to implementing these capabilities, with the ultimate goal of improving the warfighter’s needs. Read more insights from the discussion.


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