US Air Force and Raytheon Are Studying How Distributed Ledgers Could Help Command the Skies

US Air Force and Raytheon Are Studying How Distributed Ledgers Could Help Command the Skies

A USAF Airman participating in command and control drills near Dyess Air Force Base, Texas. (Staff Sgt. Kaylee Clark/USAF)

The U.S. Air Force’s (USAF) continuing series of blockchain investments is entering the realm of battle management systems with a nearly $500,000 contract award to defense giant Raytheon.

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