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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.
Master Sgt. John Malloy and Staff Sgt. Jacob Puente secure the AGM-183A Air-launched Rapid Response Weapon Instrumented Measurement Vehicle 2 as it is loaded under the wing of a B-52H Stratofortress at Edwards Air Force Base, California, Aug. 6, 2020. (Air Force photo by Giancarlo Casem)

Nominee for Pentagon’s new S&T post commits to prioritizing hypersonics, quantum tech 

Aprille Ericsson also pledged to improve DOD's partnerships with small businesses in order to better integrate new capabilities into the services.
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A Royal Australian Air Force (RAAF) F-35A Lightning II, assigned to the No. 3 Squadron, arrives to receive fuel from a U.S. Air Force KC-46A Pegasus from the 13th Expeditionary Air Refueling Squadron over Australia during Talisman Sabre 23, July 26, 2023. Talisman Sabre is the U.S.’s largest bilateral exercise in Australia that demonstrates the capability to rapidly deploy and operate to accomplish a wide range of missions alongside joint and allied partners in the Indo-Pacific. (U.S. Air Force photo by Tech. Sgt. Eric Summers Jr.)

Australia looks to DOD in shaping its new Advanced Strategic Capabilities Accelerator

Officials involved in the accelerator recently put out their inaugural “problem statement” call to industry.
Researchers at the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate in Rome, N.Y. are advancing quantum technologies from the individual quantum bit or qubit, level to the system level, where different qubit types must interface for future capabilities for the US Air Force. Photo by Albert Santacroce.

Air Force Research Lab explores entanglement distribution, a key to future quantum networks

DefenseScoop was briefed about the lab’s unfolding work on the sidelines of AFA’s Air, Space and Cyber Conference.
Researchers at the Air Force Research Laboratory Information Directorate in Rome, N.Y. are advancing quantum technologies from the individual quantum bit or qubit, level to the system level, where different qubit types must interface for future capabilities for the US Air Force. (Photo by Albert Santacroce)

Air Force Research Lab opens new ‘extreme computing’ facility amid international arms race for quantum tech

The deputy director of AFRL’s information directorate said the opening marks “a new era” for accelerating the development, integration and deployment of advanced computing technology for the…
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