Officials are touting the results of the first system-level tests of SPY-6(V)2, the Enterprise Air Surveillance Radar (EASR) at the Surface Combat System Center at Wallops Island, Va.
“Moving quickly from radar installation at Wallops Island to tracks on glass in less than three months is a... Read More »
A new antibiotic workaround for drug-resistant infections is the focus of a collaboration between the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services, Department of Defense and VenatoRx Pharmaceuticals, Inc.
“Developing new antibiotics that represent an improvement over standard of care... Read More »
The United States has finally cleared a medical product known as Silverlon for use in treating mustard gas-induced blisters, marking a first for the Food and Drug Administration (FDA).
Mustard gas -- or sulfur mustard -- saw its most first and most devastating widespread use in World War I, but... Read More »
Jack Gumtow, the Defense Intelligence Agency’s chief information officer, and Lt. Gen. Robert P. Ashley, Jr., the agency’s director, opened the Department of Defense Intelligence Information Systems Worldwide Conference on Tuesday in Tampa.
The theme of this year’s conference is how... Read More »
BAE Systems has launched a Robotic Operations Center (ROC) to deploy software robots that automate high-volume, repetitive tasks in support of U.S. national security missions.
The ROC leverages machine learning and robotic process automation (RPA) to transform large volumes of data into... Read More »
Legislation recently introduced in the House would change the penal code structure to prosecute domestic terrorism crimes the same way as international terrorism crimes.
The change would allow federal law enforcement officers and prosecutors to charge those committing acts of domestic terrorism... Read More »
Rep. Seth Moulton (D-MA) recently urged the Trump administration to protect the lives of the Afghan translators who worked with the U.S. or the Taliban will kill them. Moulton’s warning comes as the administration is negotiating a potential peace deal with the Taliban.
There are nearly 20,000... Read More »
BAE Systems recently launched its next-generation XTS Guard 7, a cybersecurity tool that has differing levels of security classification and allows U.S. intelligence organizations to share information.
"Our product is the guard of choice for Department of Defense and other Intelligence Community... Read More »
Customs and Border Protection (CBP) authorities said personnel staffing the Camp Bounds Forward Operating Base adjacent to the Antelope Wells Port of Entry recently apprehended 194 illegal aliens there.
The group, from Guatemala, Honduras, and El Salvador, illegally entered the camp and was... Read More »
The danger of malaria is growing worldwide, according to Dr. Mark Travassos, assistant professor of Pediatrics at the University of Maryland School of Medicine (UMSOM), and that demands greater access for those with serious cases to intravenously-administered (IV) drugs.
At present, access to... Read More »
Rep. Susan Brooks (R-IN) is urging national passage red flag laws, which will allow state law enforcement to seize weapons from individuals perceived as a danger to themselves or others.
Brooks said the effort is in the wake of the latest round of mass shootings across the country. She noted... Read More »
Reps. Jared Golden (D-ME) and Pete Stauber (R-MN) introduced last week a measure designed to enhance the nation’s fire station infrastructure.
The Fire Station Infrastructure Safety Act provides data on the age and conditions of every fire station in the country, which the legislators maintain... Read More »
U.S. Sens. Todd Young (R-IN) and Bob Menendez (D-NJ) recently introduced legislation to significantly increase U.S. efforts in prevention, research, and technology development to help end the global tuberculosis epidemic.
The End Tuberculosis Now Act of 2019 would alter the existing Foreign... Read More »
The Maine Cyber Range, a cybersecurity training center at the University of Maine at Augusta, recently held its official launch.
The facility is the first of its kind in New England and will allow faculty and students to learn the best ways to combat cyberattacks and deterrence practices. The... Read More »
The National Institute of Standards and Technology’s Public Safety Communications Research division (PSCR) and the Western Fire Chiefs Association have partnered to bring data analytics to firefighters nationwide.
Fire departments traditionally use one-way systems to maintain incident records,... Read More »