In energy-saving projects, Army reaches $1 billion

In energy-saving projects, Army reaches $1 billion

In less than five years, the Army has engaged in 127 energy-saving projects with the private sector that now exceed $1 billion in investments, announced Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning. Fanning made the announcement Aug. 11 at the Department...
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Soldiers test robot tech during visit by Army Secretary Fanning

Soldiers test robot tech during visit by Army Secretary Fanning

Hawaii — Secretary of the Army Eric Fanning visited the Pacific Manned-Unmanned Initiative training site Tuesday, July 26, as part of his trip to U.S. Pacific Command. During the training initiative, which lasted more than two weeks, Soldiers of the...
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Aero Vironment begins US Army’s Switchblade Block 10C production 8

Aero Vironment begins US Army’s Switchblade Block 10C production 8

AeroVironment has started producing a Switchblade tactical missile system upgrade to address the US Army’s lethal miniature aerial missile system (LMAMS) capability. Known as Block 10C, the upgrade incorporates AeroVironment Digital Data Link (DDL) for i...
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The Most Advanced Weapon Systems Being Tested By US Military

The Most Advanced Weapon Systems Being Tested By US Military

HEL MD photon cannon   A collaborative effort from the United States Army and Boeing’s defense and security division entails a brand new Directed Energy Weapon (DEW) that is capable of emitting a highly focused beam of energy. In other...
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Operators cyber electromagnetic activities

Operators cyber electromagnetic activities

Cyber electromagnetic activities Spc. Casey Payne, left, a Soldier assigned to the 201st Expeditionary Military Intelligence Brigade, and Sgt. Andrew Lee, a Soldier assigned to D Company, 14th Brigade Engineer Battalion, 2-2 ID (SBCT), pull security for a Sold...
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