ON THE FIGHT
The Pentagon has released its Sexual Assault and Prevention Response Strategy yesterday afternoon.
An Algeria-based al-Qaeda affiliate said in an online video yesterday Muslims have an obligation to attack French interests around the world because of France’s military intervention in Mali, and urged them to step up attacks on Western installations and personnel.
The US intelligence community is finding it extraordinarily difficult to collect the information needed to guide national policy on North Korea, and the sources in this New York Times story have had enough of it.
IN THE FORCE
By all appearances, the Pentagon will weather the sequester just fine. A budgetary process, known as reprogramming, will allow the Pentagon to shift funds to the areas it deems most important and mission-critical.
The Navy’s Littoral Combat Ship is riddled with software bugs and physical deficiencies, and according to a recent internal report — prepared by the Navy itself — may have a hard time just staying afloat.
The Defense Intelligence Agency: victim of self-imposed austerity measures? Find out June 27th.
Popular Science’s technology correspondent Kelsey Atherton attended a drone conference, and wrapped up his findings in a helpful format.
If your government client or employer is moving to Windows 8 and you want your Start Menu back, worry not — we’ve got you covered.
ON SECRECY – OR LACK THEREOF
Mayor Bloomberg, reacting to criticism of NYPDs alleged surveillance of Muslims: “We don’t do anything that’s illegal.”
The contract award for the Gray Eagle Unmanned Aircraft Systems — drones — operated in Afghanistan and elsewhere around the world by the Army was modified, with a few million added to sweeten the deal.