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A new college semester may have just started, but you’re already thinking ahead to next summer’s internship opportunities. The DoD is offering a new one that’s paid, and it can fit for several different majors.
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The DoD has come up with a lot of cool gadgets over the years. Several of them have changed our lives completely. Here are six that we can’t seem to live without.
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Marines work through early hours of the morning to build an obstacle course in Belize.
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The Army Corps of Engineers tunneled underneath Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan, leading to improved drainage and connecting Coyote Creek.
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Get an inside look into the daily workflow for an Air Force electrician deployed to Southwest Asia, alongside the Prime Base Engineer Emergency Force squadron.
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