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  1. Eyes on the Threat: A US Air Force tactical air control party member (left) observes the compass and the area while an Air Force combat controller talks on the radio during Emerald Warrior 2014 on Hurlburt Field, Florida, May 1. A new US Special Operations Command program would use online information to give operators on the ground a better view of nearby threats.

    SOCOM wants to data-mine the open web

    • Oct. 30, 2014

    AVATAR program would be run by SOCOM staffers at the 'tactical, strategic and operational levels' of action.

  1. US soldiers perform pre-launch checks on a Patriot missile launcher as part of a field training exercise. A Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments report suggests that the Army use land-based forces to deny access to the air and sea, defend coastlines and constrain enemy movements.

    Report: Army should embrace anti-access/area-denial mission

    • Oct. 30, 2014
  2. DISA's new cloud role coming into focus

    • Oct. 30, 2014

    As DISA backs off from being DoD's cloud broker, its emphasis shifts to security.

  1. Limiting automation in a cyber-insecure world Oct. 30, 2014
  2. Airbus developing ship-based UAV Oct. 30, 2014
  3. Airborne ISR market to reach $28 billion Oct. 30, 2014
  4. VIDEO: DARPA seeks next-gen ground-vehicle tech Oct. 30, 2014
  1. Defense budget outlook offers few bright spots Oct. 30, 2014
  2. VIDEO: Fire Scout passes sloped landing test Oct. 30, 2014
  3. ScanEagle 2 is here Oct. 29, 2014
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DISA Update

  1. DISA storefront goes live Oct. 31

    Mobility services will be among the capabilities Defense Department users can purchase through the Defense Information Systems Agency's new online storefront, launching Oct. 31. U.S. Marines
    • Oct. 29, 2014

    The Defense Information Systems Agency's new online storefront will go live with network offerings on Oct. 31.

The JRSS program is underway

The Pentagon has launched the first joint regional security stack of the JIE. Get full details, including a map of the planned locations, here: With first JRSS, DoD reaches for the cloud and JRSS paves the road to JIE.

Net Defense Blogs

  1. Mark Hagerott
    Mark Hagerott is Deputy Director, U.S. Naval Academy Center for Cyber Security Studies

    Limiting automation in a cyber-insecure world

  2. Kevin Coleman
    Kevin Coleman is a senior fellow at SilverRhino and former chief strategist at Netscape

    The cyber-view from the very top

  3. Melissa S. Hersh
    Washington, D.C.-based risk analyst and Truman National Security Fellow

    Autonomous platform mission creep - which way?

  4. Harry Raduege
    Director, Deloitte Services LP, and Chairman, Deloitte Center for Cyber Innovation, and retired USAF Lt. Gen./former DISA director

    Florida makes cybersecurity strides

  5. Jeff Hoyle
    Director of Technology, Defense and Intelligence Group, AtHoc, and retired Navy captain/former JTRS waveform program manager

    Cloudy, with a chance of more delay

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  1. Eyes on the Threat: A US Air Force tactical air control party member (left) observes the compass and the area while an Air Force combat controller talks on the radio during Emerald Warrior 2014 on Hurlburt Field, Florida, May 1. A new US Special Operations Command program would use online information to give operators on the ground a better view of nearby threats. Senior Airman Colville McFee/ / 3rd Combat Camera

    SOCOM wants to data-mine the open web

    AVATAR program would be run by SOCOM staffers at the 'tactical, strategic and operational levels' of action.

    • 12:12 PM
  2. US soldiers perform pre-launch checks on a Patriot missile launcher as part of a field training exercise. A Center for Strategic and Budgetary Assessments report suggests that the Army use land-based forces to deny access to the air and sea, defend coastlines and constrain enemy movements. Airman 1st Class Maeson L. Elleman/ / Air Force

    Report: Army should embrace anti-access/area-denial mission

    Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel recommended the Army return to an old mission on the home front.

    • 3:48 PM
  3. DISA's new cloud role coming into focus

    As DISA backs off from being DoD's cloud broker, its emphasis shifts to security.

    • 3:44 PM
  4. Airbus developing ship-based UAV

    French shipbuilder DCNS is collaborating on the project.

    • 3:29 PM
  5. The global market for airborne ISR systems is expected to grow in future years. Boeing

    Airborne ISR market to reach $28 billion

    The U.S., China, Russia and India are the largest buyers.

    • 3:11 PM
  6. VIDEO: DARPA seeks next-gen ground-vehicle tech

    The Ground X-Vehicle Technologies program looks to advance armored vehicles' situational awareness, mobility and survival.

    • 3:49 PM

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