Forging the defense industrial base for the digital age
Former US Deputy CTO Nick Sinai argues the Pentagon must embrace Silicon Valley’s entrepreneurial culture and work to ensure the latest technology reaches the battlefield.
Army conducting market research for kamikaze drones
The Army is conducting market research with an eye on loitering munitions and other unmanned aerial system technology that could make squads and other units more lethal.
DOD sending more air-defense assets to Ukraine in new $400M security package
The Pentagon said air defense assets remain “an urgent priority” in this fight.
DOD estimates Ukraine ‘successfully engaged' at least 50% of Iranian drones deployed by Russia
Russia has bought Iranian-made drones that it's using to attack Ukraine.
How the war in Ukraine is forcing DOD to think differently about armed conflict and cyber's impact
"We have to think very differently about how we think about armed conflict and cyber in light of this conflict," Mieke Eoyang, deputy assistant secretary of defense for cyber policy, said Wednesday.
How Estonia is 'stepping up' digitally for Ukraine
DefenseScoop recently conducted an exclusive with Estonia's cyber director.
Estonia's cyber lead urges better threat intel-sharing in NATO
In an exclusive interview with DefenseScoop, Liisa Past reflected on new cybersecurity challenges NATO partners have been jointly confronting since Russia invaded Ukraine.
US more than doubling its commitment of Phoenix Ghost kamikaze drones to Ukraine
The United States has committed to sending an additional 1,100 Phoenix Ghost loitering munitions to Ukraine as part of a new $400 million security assistance package.
'War of the robots' — how the race to acquire drones is shaping the Ukraine-Russia conflict
The nation that can best ramp up production and field these types of platforms in large numbers will have an edge as the war evolves.