In an EOD Tech’s World, Precision, Cool Heads Prevail

Constantly wading into explosive-laden areas isn't for the faint of heart, but it's life for an EOD tech. Learn more about their world, where precision is key and the costs are high.

In an EOD Tech’s World, Precision, Cool Heads Prevail In an EOD Tech's World, Precision, Cool Heads Prevail

DoD 101: Air Force Air Commandos, Navy Ships, SEALs

23 civilians were guests of Defense Secretary Ash Carter as they got to experience activities of the Air Force Special Operations Command and Navy SEAL capabilities.

DoD 101:  Air Force Air Commandos, Navy Ships, SEALs DoD 101:  Air Force Air Commandos, Navy Ships, SEALs

5 Things You May Not Know About the End of World War II

World War II ended 70 years ago on Sept. 2. Here are a few things you may not know about the end of the war.

5 Things You May Not Know About the End of World War II 5 Things You May Not Know About the End of World War II

DoD 101: Army Special Operations; Making New Marines at Parris Island

Guests of Defense Secretary Ash Carter were part of a group who got to see first hand about Army Special Operations and how Marines are made at Parris Island.

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DoD 101: Hurlburt Field, Ladders and a SLEP Superstar

The CEO of Little Giant Ladders tours Hurlburt Field, only to find out that he and his product, which many in the military use, are the hit of the event.

DoD 101: Hurlburt Field, Ladders and a SLEP Superstar DoD 101: Hurlburt Field, Ladders and a SLEP Superstar
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Wading into a bomb scene isn’t for the faint of heart, but it’s life for an EOD tech. Learn more about their world, where precision is key and the costs are high.
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23 civilians were guests of Defense Secretary Ash Carter as they got to experience activities of the Air Force Special Operations Command and Navy SEAL capabilities.
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World War II ended 70 years ago on Sept. 2. Here are a few things you may not know about the end of the war.
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Guests of Defense Secretary Ash Carter were part of a group who got to see first hand about Army Special Operations and how Marines are made at Parris Island.
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The CEO of Little Giant Ladders tours Hurlburt Field, only to find out that he and his product, which many in the military use, are the hit of the event.
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70 years ago, a naval engineer accidentally created one of America’s most iconic and enduring toys — the Slinky.
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Memories of Hurricane Katrina are still strong a decade later. Three service members who were part of the relief effort reflect on all that happened.
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During the second day of the Secretary of Defense Senior Leader Engagement Program, members learned about SouthCom and it’s responsibilities.
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The DoD, coordinating with the FEMA, recently completed its largest-ever relief mission after Typhoon Soudelor plowed through Saipan.
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