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U.S., and British ships conduct exercise in Arctic aim to counter Russia

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The U.S. Navy released a statement on Friday saying that U.S. 6th Fleet (C6F) conducted a bilateral naval anti-submarine warfare (ASW) exercise with the U.K., above the Arctic Circle. The statement noted the four ships from two nations, a U.S. submarine, and a U.S. P8-A worked together, in the Norwegian Sea, to conduct training in […]

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U.S. military health officials issues statement on deadly coronavirus

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The U.S. Military Health System Communications Office has issued a statement on the deadly coronavirus: what providers and patients should know. With news of the contagious and potentially deadly illness known as novel coronavirus grabbing headlines worldwide, military health officials say that an informed, common-sense approach minimizes the chances of getting sick. Many forms of […]

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U.S. military to receive new device to capture potable water from ambient arid air

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The Pentagon’s research division, which is called DARPA (Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency), launces new Atmospheric Water Extraction (AWE) program sets out to sharply reduce delivering water risk by giving deployed units the technology to capture potable water on the spot from the air in quantities sufficient to meet daily needs of the warfighter, even […]

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Lockheed Martin’s experts details laser weapon program

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Lockheed Martin’s experts have revealed details of directed energy and laser weapon system programs. Directed energy and laser weapon systems are a proven solution that effectively addresses tech-driven threats with more accurate, flexible and affordable performance than offered by traditional ballistics. “They’re designed to be precise, to yield minimal collateral damage and, in essence, offer […]

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U.S. Army showcases new electronic warfare technology

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Within the last years, the U.S. Army has delivered new electronic warfare prototype Electronic warfare systems in response to the increase of battlefield threats. Electronic warfare, known as the battle in the electromagnetic spectrum, relies on data and signals to survey, fight and defend and the complex mission executed by the Army’s electronic warfare Soldiers […]

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U.S. Army discloses some effective ‘GPS spoofing’ countermeasures

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GPS-dependent positioning, navigation, and timing synchronization procedures have a special influence on the conduct of modern warfare. Currently, ‘GPS spoofing’ is a much-discussed cyber-threat to modern military systems. Spoofing can generate position and timing inaccuracies on a battlefield, resulting in the potential lead to the uselessness of modern weapons systems. According to the latest analysis […]

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France considers acquiring CH-47 Chinook helicopters

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The French Air Force is considering the purchase of an undisclosed number of U.S.-made CH-47 Chinook heavy-lift helicopters. The reporter of Challenges business magazine, Vincent Lamigeon said in a separate Twitter post on Monday that according to the Special Operations Command (COS) press kit, the Air Force is considering the acquisition of CH-47 Chinook heavy helicopters for […]

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U.S. Special Forces Soldiers train with Polish, Latvian allies in West Virginia

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The West Virginia National Guard has announced that members of the U.S. Special Forces train with Polish and Latvian allies in West Virginia. West Virginia Army National Guard (WVARNG) Special Forces Soldiers with the 2nd Battalion, 19th Special Forces Group (Airborne) recently completed the first irregular and unconventional warfare training iteration for members of the Polish […]

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NASA to buy lightweight, semi-automatic rifles

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The National Aeronautics and Space Administration, or NASA, will acquire lightweight, semi-automatic rifles, a solicitation released via the US government’s Federal Business Opportunities website on 25 Jun revealed. NASA Shared Services Center posted a notice for procurement of a lightweight, 5.56×45mm, magazine-fed, gas-operated semi-automatic rifle designed to perform multiple uses under various conditions. This rifle, […]

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U.S. Special Forces train Red Flag Rescue at Camp Navajo

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Soldiers assigned to 7th Group Special Forces are taking part in Red Flag Rescue, the largest air combat training exercise in the world which involves multiple air platforms from all branches and components of U.S. Service, as well as foreign militaries, exercising together in the most realistic training conditions the military can provide without being […]

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