HHC, 20th CBRNE Command gets new commander

Story by Clemens Gaines on 04/04/2019 ABERDEEN PROVING GROUND, Md. - "Captain, take command of your company." With that time-honored phrase, Capt. Ivan N. Cho became commander of the 264 Soldier Headquarters and Headquarters Company for the 20th Chemical, Biological, Radiological, Nuclear, Explosives (CBRNE) Command on Mar. 31. "Ivan i
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I've fallen and can't get up

Robots should rescue Soldiers, not the other way around. So the U.S. Army Research Laboratory is developing software to help robots pick themselves up after a fall. by Jacqueline M. Hames Most real-life robots are a long way from their sentient science-fiction counterparts. You could even categorize them as a
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SD National Guard provides water to Pine Ridge residents

Story by LTC Anthony Deiss on 03/27/2019 PINE RIDGE, S.D. Thirteen members of the South Dakota Army National Guard helped distribute drinkable water to communities on the Pine Ridge Reservation this weekend after recent flooding damaged a main waterline in Oglala County that left more than 8,000 residents without water.
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New Color Changing Materials Discovered for Chemical Threat Detection

Story by Jack Bunja on 03/27/2019 Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD -- A plume of unidentified smoke fills the air ahead of ground units on the battlefield. Immediately, a gray drone deploys, navigating the atmosphere to investigate the plume. As the drone returns, it's no longer gray. It's orange. That color
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Army Researchers Make Groundbreaking Advance in Nanoparticle Production

Story by Jack Bunja on 03/27/2019 Aberdeen Proving Ground, MD -- In the search for new defenses against chemical, biological and radiological threats, researchers often look toward nature, where simple organisms provide clues for new ideas and new capabilities. A variety of microbes have the ability to synthesize intracellular metal
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Staying ahead of modernization requirements, ensuring readiness

Story by Alexandria Soller on 03/01/2019 The United States Army's modernization strategy has one focus: make Soldiers and units more lethal to win our nation's wars, then come home safely. Tobyhanna Army Depot is constantly striving to stay in line with those efforts to leverage commercial innovation, as well a
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