Tag Archives: U.S. department of defense

American Forces Press Service l ‘Inclusion’ Helps Asians, Islanders Land High-Level Jobs

As a senior Navy official, Roger Natsuhara says part of his role is to support Asian-Americans and Pacific islanders who want to enter senior government service. President Barack Obama proclaimed May as Asian-American and Pacific Islander Heritage Month. This year’s theme is “Striving for Excellence in Leadership, Diversity and Inclusion.” Natsuhara — principal deputy assistant […]

Market Watch l Aerospace & Defense Industry Poised for a Mergers & Acquisitions Boom: Deloitte

Strategic pre-deal planning, execution are key to a successful transaction Following years of uncertainty, the aerospace and defense (A&D) industry is on the brink of a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) boom, according to a new Deloitte report. Specifically, the study shows many companies are well-positioned to take strategic advantage of consolidation opportunities, particularly at the […]

Space News l U.S. Air Force Expects To Order Another Wideband Global Satellite with Allies’ Help

The U.S. Air Force constellation of satellites designed to transmit high-resolution imagery and videos continues to expand as U.S. allies appear ready to pledge financial support for one spacecraft and Congress provides funding for another. As a result of steadily rising demand for global satellite communications services, the Air Force’s Wideband Global Satcom (WGS) fleet […]

AW l Army Tests Wireless Detection Technology

The U.S. Army isn’t shy about promoting its efforts to revolutionize the way it buys communications gear, sensors and ground robotics, while at the same time refocusing doctrine to push tactical decision-making down to its rifle squads as much as possible. The two efforts go hand-in-hand. Over the past two years, the service has been […]