• June 20, 2024, 10:27 pm
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[ad_1] This article was originally featured on KFF Health News. The Department of Defense relies on hundreds, if not thousands, of weapons and products such as uniforms, batteries, and microelectronics read more
[ad_1] This story was first published on June 3, 2013. It covered the most up-to-date technology in bomb detection at the time, with a focus on research based off canine
[ad_1] American soldiers fighting in Afghanistan in the 2000s and early 2010s had a problem. The country’s terrain, with steep mountains, sharp hills, and deep valleys, made it easy for
[ad_1] On March 3, the Department of Defense announced it would be sending mobile bridges to Ukraine. The bridges are the signature part of the Pentagon’s 33rd offering of existing
[ad_1] This article was originally featured on Task & Purpose. Amid severe winter storms that have left parts of California flooded or trapped under feet of snow, the California National
[ad_1] In Overmatched, we take a close look at the science and technology at the heart of the defense industry—the world of soldiers and spies. ON THE COLORADO PLAINS just
[ad_1] The Air Force is asking Congress for 1,000 new combat drones to accompany planes into battle. The announcement, from Air Force Secretary Frank Kendall, came March 7, as part
[ad_1] On March 8, in the ocean between Iran and the Arabian Peninsula, the US Navy tested out a new drone. Called the Aerovel Flexrotor, it rests on a splayed