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PLA to Get Missile-Borne Anti-Jamming AntennaDefenceTalk.com

China’s missile-borne anti-interference antenna for its State-own BeiDou Navigation Satellite System will be delivered to the country’s People’s Liberation Army (PLA) within this year, according to a defense technology firm spokesperson on Thursday. Jin Zhongshu, deputy general manager of the Beijing Li Gong Navigation Technology Co, made the remarks during …

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GAO Decision Threatens US Military Dominance; Reject It « Breaking Defense

Bill Greenwalt is sort of the Pied Piper of military acquisition policy. Where he leads, others often follow. (Of course, there’s a major difference from the legend. Greenwalt is not making extravagant promises.) After he wrote a series of op-eds for Breaking Defense recommending major changes to the Pentagon’s acquisition …

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Cyber Researchers Don’t Think Feds or Congress Can Protect Against Cyberattacks

Only 15 percent of cyber researchers think the U.S. can defend against a critical infrastructure cyberattack, according to a survey. The federal government doesn’t understand cybersecurity and won’t be able to respond to a digital disaster such as a destructive hack aimed at the energy or financial sector, according to …

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Czech passive reconnaissance and surveillance system showed its potential in Germany

The modern passive reconnaissance and surveillance system called the VERA-NG has shown its potential in an international Baltic CESMO Trial 2018 (BCT18) at PUTLOS military training area on North of Germany. The VERA-NG passive electronic support measure tracker developed by Czech communications specialist ERA a.s.. The system could provide the most advanced and state-of-the-art …

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