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Finnish Marines prepare to board on a Swedish CB90-class fast assault craft ahead of an amphibious assault demonstration during the Nordic Response 24 military exercise on March 10, 2024, at sea near Sorstraumen, above the Arctic Circle in Norway. Nordic Response 24 is part of the larger NATO exercise Steadfast Defender. The exercise involves air, sea, and land forces, with over 100 fighter jets, 50 ships, and over 20,000 troops practicing defensive maneuvres in cold and harsh weather conditions. (Photo by Jonathan NACKSTRAND / AFP)

Latest NATO expansion includes massive increase in DIANA innovation accelerator sites

The number of DIANA accelerator sites across the multinational network will more than double, as will the number of related test centers, the alliance announced.
A NATO flag is set up prior to the signing ceremony of the law, ratifying the NATO Protocol on Finland and Sweden’s membership, on board the Polish Navy frigate ORP Kosciuszko in Gdynia in July 22, 2022. (Photo by MATEUSZ SLODKOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

NATO picks 44 companies for DIANA projects

The first cohort has been selected for the Defense Innovation Accelerator for the North Atlantic.
A NATO flag is set up prior to the signing ceremony of the law, ratifying the NATO Protocol on Finland and Sweden’s membership, on board the Polish Navy frigate ORP Kosciuszko in Gdynia in July 22, 2022. (Photo by MATEUSZ SLODKOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

NATO unveils first opportunities for its new innovation accelerator program

NATO’s new DIANA initiative is set to officially go into operation on Monday, with the kickoff of its first-ever pilot challenge.
A NATO flag is set up prior to the signing ceremony of the law, ratifying the NATO Protocol on Finland and Sweden’s membership, on board the Polish Navy frigate ORP Kosciuszko in Gdynia in July 22, 2022. – Finland and Sweden dropped their history of military non-alignment and announced plans to join NATO after Russia invaded Ukraine at the end of February. (Photo by MATEUSZ SLODKOWSKI / AFP) (Photo by MATEUSZ SLODKOWSKI/AFP via Getty Images)

Tech leader leaving Pentagon role to chair new NATO innovation accelerator

Barbara McQuiston recently moved on from her tenure as the Pentagon’s deputy chief technology officer for S&T to serve in a full-time capacity as chair of the…
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