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30
Mar

Barkhane : 20 000 h de vol pour le drone Reaper dans la bande sahélo-saharienne

Opération Barkhane : l’indispensable Reaper (2018-01-25)

Source : SIRPA Air — Paris, le 30 mars 2018.

L’expertise des équipages et la qualité des capteurs font du système Reaper un élément décisif. Après plusieurs années de montée en puissance soutenue de cette nouvelle capacité ISR, le détachement drone de la force Barkhane est un élément essentiel du dispositif militaire français au Sahel.

Thu
08
Mar

En matière de renseignement, l’Europe de la défense existe déjà

Commission de la défense nationale et des forces armées — Audition du général Jean-François Ferlet, directeur du Renseignement militaire (DRM) — Paris, le 8 mars 2018.

Les États-puissances font leur retour et de nouveaux acteurs proliférants apparaissent. Nous suivons leur évolution, leur stratégie et leur montée en puissance. Nous nous devons en effet de nous prémunir contre toute surprise stratégique…

Fri
16
Feb

Small Unmanned Aircraft Prove Worth in Battlefield Reconnaissance Role

By Army Staff Sgt. David Overson, Joint Multinational Readiness Center Hohenfels — (DoD News) — Hohenfels, Germany — February 16, 2018.

Small drone aircraft the Army is using are proving their worth as a useful tool for battlefield reconnaissance and intelligence gathering.

Wed
15
Nov

Cybercom Challenges Industry: Be Agile, Precise

By U.S. Cyber Command — (DoD News) — Fort George G. Meade, Maryland — November 15, 2017.

At U.S. Cyber Command’s first-ever industry day, leaders from across the command briefed nearly 400 members of private industry about the command’s acquisition priorities at the National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency.

Sat
22
Jul

Pace of Change Complicates Signals Intelligence World, NSA Chief Says

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By Jim Garamone — (DoD News) — Washington D.C. — July 22, 2017.

The National Security Agency has never seen the field of signals intelligence change as rapidly as it is right now.

Tue
23
May

DIA Director Testifies on Top Five Global Military Threats

By Cheryl Pellerin — (DoD News) — Washington D.C. — May 23, 2017.

Marine Corps Lt. Gen. Vincent R. Stewart testified before the Senate Armed Services Committee to discuss worldwide threats. North Korea, Russia, China, Iran and extremist organizations are the top five military threats facing the nation.

Fri
19
May

Reconnaissance Aircraft Makes Historic Appearance at Northern Edge

By Air Force Staff Sgt. Jeffrey Schultze, 9th Reconnaissance Wing — (DoD News) — Joint Base Elmendorf-Richardson, Alaska — May 19, 2017.

This year, the distinctly black U-2S Dragon Lady reconnaissance aircraft from Beale AFB, Cal., flew for the first time.

Mon
27
Feb

Air Force to Retire MQ-1 Predator Drone, Transition to MQ-9 Reaper

By Air Force Senior Airman Christian Clausen, 432nd Air Expeditionary Wing — (DoD News) — Creech Air Force Base, Nevada — February 27, 2017.

For the past 21 years, the Air Force has flown the MQ-1 Predator unmanned vehicle in combat, and for the last 10, the MQ-9 Reaper. 

Thu
17
Nov

Cooperation Between Intel, Defense Never Better, Work Tells Lawmakers

By Terri Moon Cronk — (DOD News) — Washington D.C. — November 17, 2016.

The intelligence community’s support to the Defense Department has never been better, Deputy Defense Secretary Bob Work told the House Permanent Select Committee on Intelligence here today. 

Sat
22
Oct

Advanced Space Surveillance Telescope Has Critical Military Applications

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By Cheryl Pellerin — (DOD News) — Washington D.C. — October 22, 2016.

The most sophisticated space surveillance telescope ever developed is ready to begin tracking thousands of space objects as small as a softball. It’s a boon to space surveillance and science and a new military capability.

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