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11/22/2022
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How the DOD is thinking about irregular warfare in potential great power conflict. DARPA seeks industry help to give its U.S. military drones reinforcements with AI. And the Pentagon has new numbers on how well Ukraine has defended itself against drones deployed by Russia. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Nov. 22, 2022.

In light of great power competition, DOD reevaluating irregular warfare and info ops

As the Department of Defense is still transitioning from over two decades of counterinsurgency operations and doctrine to now challenging nation-states, it is examining what irregular warfare and information operations look like against these sophisticated actors. Mark Pomerleau reports.


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DARPA calling for AI ‘reinforcements’ to bolster US air combat capability

The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency is asking industry to develop new AI capabilities that could give U.S. drones an edge in air-to-air combat. More from Jon Harper.


DOD estimates Ukraine ‘successfully engaged' at least 50% of Iranian drones deployed by Russia

Amid what some have called the world’s largest drone war, Ukraine has been able to defeat more than half of the Iranian-built unmanned aerial systems that Russia has launched against it, according to a top Pentagon official. Brandi Vincent has the story.


White House gives federal agencies May 2023 deadline to provide list of quantum-vulnerable cryptographic systems

The Office of Management and Budget has given federal agencies until May 4 next year to provide an inventory of assets containing cryptographic systems that could be cracked by quantum computers. Read more on FedScoop.


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