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Elbit To Supply African Nation With Wise Intelligence Technology System

Elbit To Supply African Nation With Wise Intelligence Technology System

Elbit Systems has been awarded an approximately $40 million contract to supply a country in Africa with the Wise Intelligence Technology (WiTTM) System for Intelligence Analysis and Cyber Defense. The system will be supplied within two years. A highly advanced […]


Cuts Make Intelligence Failures Likely, Top Intel Official Says

Cuts Make Intelligence Failures Likely, Top Intel Official Says

Speaking to a Senate panel about the effects of sequestration on the national security environment, the director of national intelligence said today that he’s “seen this movie before.” During a Senate Armed Services Committee hearing on current and future worldwide […]


Intelligence Leak Confirms Missile Threat Commission’s Predictions

Intelligence Leak Confirms Missile Threat Commission’s Predictions

In the late 1990s, defense hawks and doves were involved in an intense debate over missile defense. The Clinton Administration had stomped on the brakes, reducing the Reagan-Bush program to a research effort. Official intelligence estimates saw the threat to […]


US Customs and Border Protection Receives Seventh Upgraded P-3 Orion

US Customs and Border Protection Receives Seventh Upgraded P-3 Orion

Lockheed Martin delivered a P-3 Orion with new Mid-Life Upgrade (MLU) modifications to U.S. Customs and Border Protection (CBP). This is the seventh CBP P-3 the team has delivered ahead of or on schedule from its facility in Greenville, S.C., […]


Officials: Cuts, Unstable Budget Threaten Intelligence Mission

Officials: Cuts, Unstable Budget Threaten Intelligence Mission

Along with al-Qaida, nuclear proliferation and cyber threats, budget instability and the prospect of further deep spending cuts are among the nation’s most pressing national security challenges, top defense intelligence officials told a congressional panel yesterday. Michael G. Vickers, undersecretary […]


US Air Dominance: Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance

US Air Dominance: Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance

The United States has enjoyed global air dominance for many decades. No U.S. soldier on the ground has been killed by hostile aircraft since the Korean War, and no U.S. pilot in the air has been killed by hostile aircraft […]


Agency brings real intel to aerial combat exercise

Agency brings real intel to aerial combat exercise

For the first time in 38 years, realistic intelligence will be an integral part of the Air Force’s signature aerial combat training exercise. The Air Force Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance Agency, via its 526th Intelligence Squadron, will be a key […]


JSTARS Expands Missions Across the Globe

JSTARS Expands Missions Across the Globe

During November, Team Joint STARS epanded their mission by flying in five unified combatant commands within 13 days. The Homeland Defense, Counter Terrorism, Counter Insurgency, and Intelligence Surveillance and Reconnaissance missions-strategically planned at the national level-served customers in all military […]


Global Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

Global Cyber Security Market 2013-2023

The proliferation of cyber attacks over the past decade has meant that many companies and government organizations are now fully aware of the dangers exposed to them through under-protected networks or from individual negligence. The growth of the internet has […]


Report on Global Trends Discusses Game Changers

Report on Global Trends Discusses Game Changers

The pace of change in the world has accelerated and Global Trends 2030 — a publication of the National Intelligence Council — lists what experts consider game changers that will drive world events over the next 18 years. The Office […]


 
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