Future Defense Department technological superiority hinges on the department’s ability to out-innovate its adversaries, rethink how it sources technology and perhaps rethink its models for product delivery.
Defense Secretary Ash Carter and Japanese Defense Minister Tomomi Inada met at the Pentagon yesterday to discuss the rapidly evolving security environment. It was the first meeting between the defense leaders.
The 9/11 attacks drove “fundamental change” in the way the U.S. government uses and shares intelligence, the director of the National Security Agency said during a panel discussion yesterday.
Forward-deployed to support security and stability in the vast Indo-Asia-Pacific region, the U.S. 7th Fleet is involved in a wide array of activities in this critically important part of the world.
Transparency and intelligence seem like mutually exclusive terms, but they are not. Citizens’ expectation of transparency in intelligence has grown since 9/11. The key is finding the right balance for transparency.
President Barack Obama and Defense Secretary Ash Carter today condemned North Korea’s latest nuclear test in the strongest possible terms and both leaders reaffirmed to regional allies America’s unwavering commitment in the face of Pyongyang’s […]
Defense Secretary Ash Carter and his British counterpart Michael Fallon signed a first-of-its kind agreement to together advance offensive and defensive cyber capabilities.