Tag Archives: Department of Defense

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More than 100 athletes put their skills to the test in this years Air Force trials. Here is a look into some of their stories.
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This is a story based on an interview with Dr. Josh Hagen of the U.S. Air Force, about their new skin sensor technology, and how it will affect service members.

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Defense Secretary Chuck Hagel shares his thoughts on the critical roles women play within the DoD and their future within the agency and U.S. armed forces.
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In the interest of redefining how they interact with internal/external audiences, & improve transparency, the NSA hired its first, full-time civil liberties and privacy officer.
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New work could lead to developing the easier production of therapeutics and improved detection and diagnostics against chemical and biological agents.
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