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Thank you all for your excitement around the launch of DefenseScoop. We're going to keep the momentum going throughout launch week, which coincides with our first-ever Defense Tech Week and DefenseTalks on Thursday. We can't wait to see you there! Welcome to the DefenseScoop newsletter, Sept. 13, 2022.

Defense innovation experts urge US to get organized in tech competition with China

The future of the “free” world will be shaped by technology competition unfolding between China and America in this decade — and the next few years present a pivotal window in which the U.S. must act to ensure it can maintain its global technological dominance, national security experts argue in a new report released Monday. Brandi Vincent reports.

A Message From AWS Educate

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This is DefenseScoop

Maybe you heard — yesterday marked the official launch of DefenseScoop. To celebrate our brand new publication, the DefenseScoop team dove into some of the top trending stories and themes in the defense tech space, from the future of JADC2 and Project Maven to Fix Our Computers and the Cyber Command's warfighting platform. Read more in our special launch package

An imperative to modernize

In an exclusive op-ed, CIO John Sherman shares why modernization is urgently needed across the DOD. John Sherman writes for DefenseScoop.

Pentagon acquisition chief optimistic — but not certain — that hypersonics will transition into production soon

The Pentagon’s top weapons buyer is optimistic that U.S. hypersonic weapons will finally move into large-scale production in the coming years, but said “the proof will be in the pudding.” Jon Harper has this.

Air Force to install new manager to oversee next-gen command and control

The Air Force will soon install a new leader to oversee all of its complex command, control and communications initiatives and ultimately empower the military branch to better support the Pentagon’s ambitious vision for a more connected way of conducting warfare, according to Secretary Frank Kendall. Brandi Vincent has the story.

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