Tag Archives: intelligence

Today hundreds of thousands of cyber security-related jobs are in the workforce and vacant. Find out how you can become part of this high demand world through programs offered by the NSA.
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Marines take to the mountains during Mountain Exercise 2014 to build the necessary skills to operate in mountainous terrain.
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DARPA has released plans for what could possibly be the coolest unmanned aerial vehicle ever made.
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NRL’s technology has led to self-sustaining ocean floor sensors, which are leading the way in learning more about our oceans.
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Armed With Science

From the lights in our houses to our mobile devices, we are an energized society. And future energy sources could come from some pretty unlikely places.
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