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Donna Gregg, former mission area executive for cyber operations at the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory, has moved into a new role as head of the lab’s asymmetric operations sector. Gregg will be responsible for overseeing APL’s work in cyber operations, homeland protection and special operations, the lab said Friday. She assumes the role previously held by 40-year […] More
The Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory has announced the launch of a research project to collect electromagnetic field data on suborbital spaceflights. APL will gather the information by using an instrument that will fly onboard a Virgin Galactic space plane as part of a NASA-funded science mission with a launch date still to be […] More
The National Aeronautics and Space Administration is launching a project with John Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory that will use a massive balloon to get a glimpse of a comet above the skies of New Mexico, the Baltimore Sun reported Sept. 27. Scott Dance writes that the balloon will be equipped with a telescope that will […] More
Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory helped the Missile Defense Agency plan and design a recent test of the Standard Missile-3 Block IB missile and the Aegis combat system. The Aegis weapon system guided the SM-3 to intercept a ballistic missile target launched from the Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai, Hawaii May 16, Johns […] More
Johns Hopkins University“™s Applied Physics Laboratory and the Armed Forces Health Surveillance Center have engineered an open source software suite that intends to help monitor disease outbreaks. The Suite for Automated Global Electronic bioSurveillance works to help users download software products to fulfill the World Health Organization’s surveillance and reporting requirements, APL said Monday. APL collaborated […] More
Dr. Mark Lewellyn spent 30 years at the Center for Naval Analyses, where he earned the Navy Meritorious Public Service Award, prior to joining the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Lab to head the National Security Analysis Department. In this position, Lewellyn is in charge of 200 personnel dedicated to defining emerging national security challenges, characterizing […] More
The Naval Surface Warfare Center has awarded six contracts to develop additive manufacturing prototypes as part of efforts to protect military technologies from a possible breach or compromise, Defense News reported Thursday. General Electric, Lockheed Martin’s rotary and mission systems segment, Mercury Systems, ReLogic Research, Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory and Charles Stark Draper […] More
Microsoft was named as founding member of the Space Information Sharing and Analysis Center, an organization that fosters exchanges of intelligence on security threats faced by the space industry. The company will share its global threat insights to help the space community secure critical infrastructure and expand cybersecurity expertise, Tom Keane, corporate vice president for […] More
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