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USS Constitution Commemorates 75th Anniversary of D-Day Underway

Story by PO3 Casey S Scoular on 06/07/2019 In commemoration of the 75th Anniversary of the Allied invasion of Normandy, USS Constitution and her crew took more than 350 guests underway, including World War II-era veterans and active-duty Soldiers, from the ship's berth in Charlestown, Mass., June 7. The purpose
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A systematic approach

A collaborative approach to systems biology may hold the key to breakthroughs from pain management and treatment of chronic eye injury to precision medicineand wise use of funding. by Dr. Valerie T. DiVito and Dr. Jessica M. Calzola Nearly 100 of the brightest minds from DOD came together at Fort
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U.S. Army launches first-ever Army Week' in Boston

Story by SSG Shawn Morris on 04/08/2019 BOSTON--The U.S. Army kicked off its first-ever Army Week here April 8 with an event at the city's historic Faneuil Hall. "On behalf of the people of Massachusetts, welcome to all the members of the Army for Army Week," said Massachusetts Governor Charlie
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Perceptive Dragon 2: Honing Integrated Early Warning Capabilities

Time and space to maneuver saves lives on the modern battlefield. More information, with more time to decide, allows commanders to make quick decisions that protect warfighters and allow them to accomplish their mission. The Defense Threat Reduction Agency's Chemical and Biological Technologies Department recently held an Advanced Technology Demonstratio
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Additive manufacturing holds great potential, Army looks for next step

y Steve Stark Additive manufacturing shines with promise. The discipline, also known as 3D printing, holds the promise of being the most powerful, efficient and versatile method of manufacturing, enabling a whole new world of productscomplex shapes, compound geometries and compound materials that no designer could envision without it. It
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Parachute Testing

Story by CPT Jerry Duong on 01/09/2019 By Capt. Jerry Duong and 1st Lt. Andrew Garrido CAMP ARIFJAN, Kuwait - Soldiers and Marines partnered to train with and test a low-cost parachute system at Camp Buehring, Kuwait, Dec. 10, 2018. Special Purpose Marine Air-Ground Task Force Crisis Response-Central Command Marine
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Army researchers looking to neurostimulation to enhance, accelerate Soldiers' abilities

Story by Gary Sheftick on 12/28/2018 WASHINGTON -- Can the Army produce faster, stronger and smarter Soldiers through electrical stimulation of the brain? Neurostimulation is not actually a process the Army intends to use for creating "super Soldiers." However, Army researchers have been experimenting with it as a means to
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NAD Commander visits District, regional stakeholders

Story by AnnMarie Harvie on 12/19/2018 Maj. Gen. Jeffrey Milhorn, North Atlantic Division Commander, went on site visits and met with federal and local partners during his trip to the New England District Oct. 23 and 24. The general stated in his Oct. 11 virtual town meeting that he had
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Warfighters Test Drive Tomorrow's Technology

When supercars are produced they aren't introduced to the racing circuit right away. Designing high-performance equipment requires careful testing and evaluation. Test drivers provide feedback, which is incorporated in painstaking adjustments. Warfighter protective technologies requires this diligence as well. To evaluate new chem/ bio defense tools, the Defense Threat Reductio
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Next-gen water purification system hits fleet; Marine Corps, Army team recognized for award-winning design

Story by Edward Shank on 11/20/2018 In a ceremony held at the Pentagon Oct. 16, Marine Corps Systems Command's Expeditionary Water Systems Team was recognized for its creation of a water purification system that is now being issued to deploying Marines. Designed to enable deployed warfighters to filter contaminated, potentially
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Research with a difference

Dr. Philip Perconti leads the Army's "corporate lab" with the intimate involvement of warfighters, businesses, academia and other labs in a high-stakes, high-risk, no-time-to-waste environment focused on finding and developing blockbuster disruptive capabilities. by Mr. Michael Bold When Philip Perconti was 8 or 9, he discovered technology in the back
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