The Defense Department's cost assessment and program
evaluation office is improving cooperation between the Pentagon and
contractors to ensure acquisition programs are kept on track, said Jamie Morin, CAPE director, on Sept. 15 at AFA's Air & Space Conference.
Air Force is moving forward with the recapitalization of its E-8 JSTARS fleet,
but the commander of the service’s sole E-8 wing told reporters Monday there is
work to do in explaining the command and control mission to stakeholders in the
Defense Department and Congress.
The Homeland Security Department is trying to find new ways to attract “cyber security talent,” said DHS Secretary Jeh Johnson during his address at AFA’s Air & Space Conference in National Harbor, Md., on Wednesday.
The Air Force’s new blended learning construct will put the emphasis back on the learner, CMSAF James Cody told reporters at AFA’s Air & Space Conference in National Harbor, Md., on Wednesday.
Force structure reductions will make the combat
air force smaller, but leveraging technology and advancements will enable USAF to
have a “more capable force with the ability to counter our most dangerous
threats,” Air Combat Command boss Gen. Mike Hostage said.
The Air Force is set to broaden and deepen Air Force Reserve participation in the cyber mission coming years, AFR Chief Lt. Gen. James Jackson told reporters on Wednesday at AFA’s Air & Space Conference outside Washington, D.C.
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