Tag Archives: science

Electromagnetic railguns, exoskeletons, cockroach-sized robotics – these are all things the DoD’s research labs are working on to protect our fighting force.
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Air Force Capt. Heather Stickney, whose childhood love of science and flight got her into aerospace engineering, gives advice to young people who share that love.
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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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Scientists working at the Defense POW/MIA Accounting Agency in Hawaii now have a state-of-the-art, centralized space to help them identify lost service members.
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CERDEC’s direction for developing mission command capabilities under its data to decisions initiative.
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