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Cyber Command and DARPA signed an MOA to better transition tech across the valley of death. A top lawmaker sounds off on the military's adoption of AI. And the Pentagon is sending more aid to Ukraine from its stockpile. Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Nov. 28, 2022.

Cyber Command, DARPA ink agreement to transition innovative technologies for operational use

U.S. Cyber Command and the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency have developed a memorandum of agreement to transition cyber technologies to the command in an attempt to bridge the dreaded "valley of death." Mark Pomerleau has the scoop.

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HASC lawmaker Seth Moulton urges faster adoption — and more restraint — of military AI

While the Department of Defense lags in embracing artificial intelligence, the United States is also moving too slowly in establishing international guidelines for the ethical military use of the technology, according to a House Armed Services Committee member who intends to prioritize these issues during the next Congress. Jon Harper has more.

Space Force puzzling out future support for combatant commands

With the activation of its first-ever overseas service component for a geographic combatant command, the Space Force still has a lot to flesh out regarding all the ways its personnel will support joint force activities in the Indo-Pacific and other regions in the future, a senior official suggested. Brandi Vincent reports.

DOD sending more air-defense assets to Ukraine in new $400M security package

The Pentagon will send munitions for air defense National Advanced Surface-to-Air Missile Systems (NASAMS) and 150 heavy machine guns with thermal imagery sights to counter enemy drones as part of a new $400 million aid package to support Ukraine’s military with capabilities from the U.S.’s stockpile, the White House announced Wednesday. Brandi has this too.

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