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Reliability Testing of Nuclear Power Systems for Space

A DSIAC subject matter expert from the Johns Hopkins University Energetics Research Group provided points of contact from NASA Glenn Research Center and Los Alamos National Laboratory. These contacts were involved in the Kilopower project….

Addressing Technology Gaps in Aircraft Vulnerability

DSIAC subject matter experts (SMEs) assisted in addressing a long-standing technology gap related to a given military aircraft vulnerability for certain combat situations. DSIAC leveraged established relationships with additional experts in the field of survivability and…

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Light Wars: Space-Based Lasers Among Beijing’s Hi-Tech Arms

Arsenal including electromagnetic railguns and microwave weapons aims to neutralize web of satellites that give US its main strategic edge. China’s military is developing powerful lasers, electromagnetic railguns and high-power microwave weapons for use in a future “light war” involving space-based attacks on satellites. Beijing’s push to produce so-called directed-energy weapons aims to neutralize America’s

Space and Air Ops Teams Integrating to Fight ISIS

Integration of space, air and cyber teams, within the guise of the paradigm shift of multi-domain command and control chief of staff of the Air Force Gen. David Goldfien has pushed, is becoming a reality in the fight against the Islamic State group. In a “war story,” Gen. Goldfein described how an MQ-9 Reaper was