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The Navy launched an airplane from a ship for the first time on November 14, 1910. That test was the start of US naval aviation,... [Read More]
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With the new IVAS headsets, soldiers will be able to see enemy locations right in their visor so they're ready to fight the moment they... [Read More]
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Business Insider recently participated in a soldier touch point event, an exercise intended to inform the development of new technologies, at Fort Pickett in Virginia.... [Read More]
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Business Insider recently participated in a soldier touch point event, an exercise intended to inform the development of new technologies, at Fort Pickett in Virginia.... [Read More]
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US Army Futures Command is a newly-established four-star command aimed at the rapid development and fielding of new technology for future warfare. The command, backed... [Read More]
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The US Marine Corps is developing a robot breaching vehicle that can clear mines and other obstacles in the surf for forces storming a contested... [Read More]
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The US Marines Corps was founded on November 10, 1775, and in their 244 years, the Devil Dogs have fought and won some hellish battles.... [Read More]
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Since the establishment of the Corps on 10 November, 1775, US Marines have earned a reputation for being some of the world's most feared warriors.... [Read More]
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New US Army systems depend on an upgraded network, and an extended continuing resolution could toss a big wrench into the service's plans. [Read More]
The US Army, currently undergoing its largest modernization in decades, is facing the possibility of an extended continuing resolution as Congress struggles to pass a... [Read More]
The Pentagon is preparing to radically overhaul its cybersecurity standards for contractors, and these new standards will eventually become a determining factor on who does... [Read More]
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