Vol. 101 Nbr. 763, June 2017
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- NDIA has never forgotten its roots.
- U.S. lags developing a key military materiel.
- Assessing an ethics and compliance program.
- Promised military buildup yet to begin.
- Naval buildup requires sustained political support.
- New bomber 'on track' despite rinding cut.
- Textron betting on live air-training market.
- Raytheon system could counter cyberattacks.
- BAE pushes advancements in electronic warfare.
- 'Digital Ocean' concept could connect sensors at sea.
- Other transactions contracts: Poorly understood, little used.
- Defense contract audit agency loses focus.
- Weaponizing the brain: Neuroscience advancements spark debate.
- Pentagon wants mora missile defense capabilities in space.
- Contractors eye booming polish defense market.
- 'Iron man' suit on track, but hurdles remain.
- Lockheed martin plugs into energy security market.
- Fuel cells fail to make inroads with the military.
- Power-hungry devices challenge army researchers.
- Precision strike association presents Perry award.
- Next month.