CIA Drops In for Tea
Recently feted on his retirement from the US Air Force, [...]
The US Air Force is overseen by the Department of Defense. It carries out general air missions such as air superiority, air support, ISR (Intelligence, Reconnaissance and Surveillance) missions as well as being responsible for nuclear dissuasion, cyberspace technology and rapid force deployment.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency (NGA) has just signed a new [...]
Shaken like its counterparts by the current credit crunch, the Carlyle private equity firm has invested anew in the more stable government services sector by laying out USD 2.54 billion for the defense and intelligence operations of the Booz Allen [.
The U.S. Air Force Research Laboratory has put out a call for help in developing ways of gaining access to any remotely located computer systems.
The Defense Department's new Joint Intelligence Laboratory is counting on a small firm of consultants to help it identify emerging technology.
Relying increasingly on unmanned aerial vehicles (UAVs) for surveillance missions in Iraq and Afghanistan, the Pentagon could find itself short of pilots to operate them.
The Paris daily Le Figaro published a report on March [...]
Speaking before the House of Representatives' armed services committee in [...]
The former chief-of-staff of the US Army, Peter Schoomaker, has [...]
The Defense Science Board is to form a panel to advise the Pentagon on its policy regarding the purchase of intelligence technology.
On the cutting edge in electro-magnetic and space intelligence, the US. Air Force would also like to have an effective human intelligence capability as well.
The U.S. intelligence budget (S. 1538) adopted on May 24 [...]
Autonomy Lands MoD Contract. The British publisher of information-processing software, [...]
Figuring among Washington's loyal allies in the region, the United Arab Emirates (UAE) also acts as a leading supply platform for Iran, notably in the military sphere - the Bush administration is determined to put an end to that state [.
Ex-general James Clapper's most recent venture into the private sector [...]
The leading consumer of gasoline in the United States, the Department of Defense, is desperately seeking ways to reduce its energy bill and limit its dependency on oil and gas. But that operational objective could shortly take a more political [.