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10/11/2022
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A big first day of AUSA 2022 is in the books. We’ve got the top stories so far from the annual conference and more. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Oct. 11, 2022.

Army's Project Convergence aims to change how joint commanders assign targets across services

The Army hopes that its Project Convergence experimentation will garner a new way for joint task force commanders to be able to assign targets based on data being fed by sensors across all the services. Mark Pomerleau has the news from AUSA.


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Army to explore predictive analytics and autonomous systems for Indo-Pacific logistics

Army Secretary Christine Wormuth has asked Army Materiel Command’s Gen. Edward Daly to lead a comprehensive effort to strengthen the branch’s capacity to provide logistics and sustainment in support of the joint force in the Indo-Pacific region by using predictive analytics and autonomous systems, among other things. Brandi Vincent has the story,


Army assuming ‘a lot of risk’ as it moves to field hypersonic weapons by end of fiscal year

The coming months will be critical for the Army’s modernization enterprise as the service aims to field a new Long Range Hypersonic Weapon by the end of the fiscal year. The officer overseeing the initiative expressed confidence in the program on Monday, but he noted that officials are taking on “a lot of risk” to meet the schedule goal. Jon Harper had this.


Pentagon remains mum on Project Maven as transition is held up by continuing resolution

The timeline for the Pentagon’s high-stakes transition of its pioneering artificial intelligence program Project Maven has shifted back as federal agencies operate under a continuing resolution, DefenseScoop has learned. More from Brandi.


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