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Armed With Science

Armed With Science

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.
I. Vision for AI ResearchArtificial Intelligence, or AI, remains in an age of discovery. To create a pipeline of breakthroughs for tomorrow’s economy and security, we must deepen our commitment to AI research and engineering, as part of a reinvigoration of research and invention in the United States.A common idea spans the work of Vannevar Bush, director of defense

Know Your Military

Know Your Military

Kids love the holiday season. It brings cookies, hot cocoa, Santa’s sleigh and all the gifts that come with it, and plenty of spirit to go around.But thousands of U.S. military families don’t get to celebrate with all of their loved ones. Many service members are stationed far from home during the holiday season. Others have their immediate families with them, but they
Black Hawks, Chinooks, Lakotas, Apaches - it’s pretty clear that U.S. Army helicopters are named after Native American tribes and figures. Here’s how that tradition came about.
Marine Corps K-9 Sgt. Yeager saved numerous lives in combat. After surviving an explosion that took his handler’s life, he’s now enjoying retirement and getting all the recognition he deserves.