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Data and technology contract for U.S. Navy aims to transform cyber approach - News

March 11, 2021

CHANTILLY, Va.  Digital-engineering firm VTG has begun work on a three-year, $13 million contract to support the U.S. Navy Digital Integration Support Cell (DISC) in its effort to integrate data and technology into all areas of naval operations.

Comms

Technology to fix electronics in the field adopted by U.S. Marine Corps - News

January 04, 2021

ARLINGTON, Va. The U. S. Marine Corps announced that its Marine Corps Systems Command will field an upgraded maintenance system that enables repair of circuit cards within electronics, communications, and other systems used by Marine personnel. 

Radar/EW

Open-architecture comms testing by USAF, Marines brings "military Internet of Things" a step closer - News

December 15, 2020

U.S. ARMY YUMA PROVING GROUND, Ariz. U.S. military forces "took another step toward achieving a military Internet of Things" -- according to a news release from the U.S. Air Force -- when tests run with fifth-generation aircraft overcame longstanding connectivity issues to share actionable operational data in their native secure digital “languages” with and through multiple sources for the first time. This early-December 2020 test was the latest demonstration run with the open architecture underpinning the Advanced Battle Management System (ABMS).

Comms

Ruggedized, small-form-factor WAN modules from PacStar chosen to upgrade U.S. Marine Corps data networks - News

December 08, 2020

ASHBURN, Va. PacStar, a division of Curtiss-Wright Defense Solutions, has won a $25 million contract to upgrade a portion of the U.S. Marine Corps Combat Data Network (CDN) that the company says will enable the Marine Corps to extend the benefits of advanced network communications to tactical environments.

From The Editor

Populating the field (with engineers) - Story

November 16, 2020

We’ve all heard the phrase “the graying of the workforce,” especially when it refers to the engineering and defense industries. It’s a fact that the average age for electrical and electronics engineers – many of whom are engaged in the defense industry – is older compared to the median age of other American workers. The median age of employed electrical and electronics engineers in 2019 was 44 years old, according to the most recent information from the U.S Bureau of Labor Statistics (BLS).

From The Editor

Marines bring their tech and equipment to the desert - Other

September 10, 2015
Phoenix was in the sporting spotlight when the Super Bowl XLIX came to town earlier in the year. Around that same time, we also saw Brooks Koepka win the final round at the infamous Phoenix Open with Ryan Palmer and Bubba Watson trailing behind. Now Phoenix is once again in the spotlight as we host Marine Week, where over 600 marines come flooding down our dusty gates to showcase their technology, their equipment, and especially their brawns.
Comms

Marines test augmented reality system during live-fire training exercises - News

September 01, 2015
ARLINGTON, Va. Engineers at the Office of Naval Research (ONR) and Marines taking the Infantry Officer Course teamed up to test ONR’s Augmented Immersive Team Trainer (AITT) system during a live-fire training exercise.