U.S. Army Tries to Out-Flank Shortfalls Of Future Combat Systems

Credit: Boeing
Never one to retreat easily, the U.S. Army is revamping how it will acquire new combat networking gear and information technology (IT) still seen as vitally critical for soldiers, despite high-profile setbacks to date. The move comes after the implosion of the Future Combat Systems (FCS), a decade...

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