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US Air Force Launches 3 ‘Space Neighborhood Watch’ Satellites

A Delta 4 rocket carrying three space situational awareness satellites for the U.S. Air Force blasts off from Florida’s Cape Canaveral on July 28, 2014.Credit: ULA The United States Air Force has launched three satellites designed to help the country keep better tabs on its valuable space assets, as well as those of other nations. [...]

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Boy’s Body Found in Wheel Well of US Air Force Plane

A boy was found dead in the wheel well of a U.S. Air Force plane that landed at Ramstein Air Base in Germany, a senior defense official told NBC News. The C-130 originated in Mali, but made several stops along the way to Germany — some at remote, undeveloped grass or dirt airstrips. The discovery [...]

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Air Force Plans Shift to Obtain High-Tech Weapon Systems

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US Army researchers weigh the benefits of 3D-printed warhead parts

It’s no secret that 3D printing is making big strides for the future of not just technology, but medicine and space exploration as well. And the United States Army is looking to leverage the platform for its warhead production. 3D printing is nothing new to this particular branch of the military, as it has been [...]

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US Army medic gets the gift of life

NEW HAVEN, Conn. (WTNH) — Her tour of duty brought her to the front lines of war. Then Holly Audet returned to Bristol, only to find herself in the midst of a personal battle. The U.S. Army veteran needed a heart transplant. Proud to wear Army fatigues, the trained combat medic Audet, served in Iraq [...]

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US Army developing ‘pocket-sized’ video surveillance drone

The US Army has developed a “pocket-sized aerial surveillance device” for combat troops operating in “challenging ground environments.” Researchers at the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center in Massachussetts are working on the “The Cargo Pocket Intelligence, Surveillance and Reconnaissance program,” or CP-ISR, to develop a mobile sensor that can provide soldiers with live [...]

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Inside look at the US Coast Guard parade of ships

Related Coverage GRAND HAVEN, Mich (WOODTV) All this week events are taking place in Grand Haven for the Coast Guard Festival. Monday, all different types of U.S. Coast Guard ships came into the Grand Haven port as part of the annual parade of ships. Our crews were able to get an exclusive look inside the [...]

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US Coast Guard Emphasizing Safety After 40 Drownings This Summer

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UPDATED: US Coast Guard completes search – WCSH

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US Marines perfecting autonomous evacuation and supply vehicle

Photo credit: TORC Robotics As the world’s largest naval drills continue near Hawaii, the US Marine Corps says it has successfully tested a self-driving car capable of hauling supplies to troops and evacuating wounded soldiers. Dubbed the “Ground Unmanned Support Surrogate” (GUSS), the vehicle was recently used in training exercises during the ongoing, multi-national Rim [...]

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