Blog: Inside DOD

Blogs from around the Defense Department.

Armed With Science

Armed With Science

In 1956, Robert Barger III traveled with the Air Force on a Antarctic expedition to set up a military base at the South Pole. Now, 65 years later, he's finally getting recognition for his work.
The Defense Department’s Cyber Crime Center Vulnerability Disclosure Program welcomes certain hackers to keep them on their toes.
The approval of an Ebola vaccine represents the culmination of nearly two decades of efforts by DOD teams and the public and private sectors.

Know Your Military

Know Your Military

Since World War II, deployed troops and military families stationed overseas have been able to stay connected and informed through a vital resource — the American Forces Network.
To mark Women's History Month, Dulles International Airport outside Washington, D.C., is featuring artwork by female veterans.
Army Maj. Walter Reed's contributions to medicine were many. Thanks to him, few know anything about yellow fever and typhoid — diseases that once ravaged military encampments.