The commercial sector is developing key technologies and applications that have the potential for cost-effective adaptation for defence use and use in modelling and simulation (M&S) applications such as defence planning, training, operations, and capability development.
Applicants will develop prototypes that address the challenges often associated with distributed mission training events, such as interoperability and configuration management. Submissions are open now until 21 April, with cash prizes totaling $100,000.
American Soldiers from the 92nd Chemical Company (Hazardous Response) “Rock Steady” and the 756th Ordnance Company (Explosive Ordnance Disposal) “Blasters” supported the 2nd ABCT, 3rd Infantry Division, during Decisive Action Rotation 23-05 at the National Training Center (NTC) on Fort Irwin, California.
Pilots from five nations have joined the Royal Air Force (RAF) for the UK’s biggest aerial training exercise, Exercise Cobra Warrior, which boosts interoperability and helps to develop joint tactics in the air.
The U.S. Air Force (USAF) 36th Airlift Squadron, Japan Air Self-Defense Force 2nd Tactical Group, and Japan Ground Self-Defense Force (JGSDF) 1st Airborne Brigade conducted bilateral airborne operations at remote islands in Kagoshima Prefecture.
Dynepic has been awarded an Impact Level 4 (IL4) Authorization to Operate (ATO) for MOTAR from the United States Air Force, solidifying the secure platform across the US Air Force’s NIPRNet, used for unclassified communications.