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Africom Commander Concerned About New Chinese Naval Base
Africom Commander Concerned About New Chinese Naval Base
As great power competition heats up, the commander of U.S. Africa Command is concerned about a new Chinese naval base being constructed in Djibouti.
Military Not Taking Advantage of New Commercial Satellites
Military Not Taking Advantage of New Commercial Satellites
The commercial satellite industry, which the U.S. military relies heavily upon to communicate with its global forces, is launching systems that have throughputs that are orders of magnitude higher than any previous spacecraft.
Navy, Marine Corps Planning Large-Scale Technology Demonstration
Navy, Marine Corps Planning Large-Scale Technology Demonstration
The Navy and Marine Corps are gearing up to host a major exercise that will bring together members of industry, scientists, engineers and war fighters to experiment with new technologies that could shape the future force.
Navy Officials No Longer Talking Publicly About Laser Weapon Systems
Navy Officials No Longer Talking Publicly About Laser Weapon Systems
As the U.S. military faces increased competition from near-peer competitors, the chief of naval operations said March 29 he would start keeping details of some of the Navy�s most high profile technology programs closer to the vest.