The September issue of the JED magazine is now available in our interactive digital edition.
The DOD has released its third major Broad Agency Announcement of FY2023 under its Small Business Innovative Research program. The SBIR solicitation covers nearly 90 research topics, several of which address Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations-related efforts, including directed energy projects.
AI can drive your car, write your term paper, help you create emails with the appropriate tone, it only stands to reason there are potential military applications as well.
In the soon-to-come October 2023 issue of JED, editor John Knowles references this JED archives story from September 2010 by then Lt. Col. Jeffrey H. Fischer.
By Richard Scott The Israeli Navy has completed sea trials of the latest DESAVER Mk…
US Strategic Command activated its Joint Electromagnetic Spectrum Operations Center in a July 26 ceremony at Offutt AFB, NE.
The Korean War was the first conflict in which helicopters were employed at a large scale, principally in the medical evacuation role. In the 70 years since, rotorcraft have gone on to assume a multiplicity of roles over the battlefield, notably scout/reconnaissance, tactical air mobility, logistic support, anti-armor, armed escort and interdiction.
The August issue of the JED magazine is now available in our interactive digital edition.
Josh Fordyce, of the Mercer Engineering Research Center, led a professional briefing of Multi-Asset Gamespace Engagement Simulator (MAGES) at a Warner Robins, Georgia restaurant on July 27.
DARPA is holding its annual ERI Summit conference from Aug. 22-24 in Seattle, Washington. This year’s Summit is focused on the theme, “Reinventing Microelectronics Manufacturing,” in particular “ERI 2.0” and 3D Heterogenous integration (3DHI).