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Skyeton develops light surveillance drone capable of 24-hour flight

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Ukrainian-based aerospace company Skyeton has developed a new family of surveillance unmanned aircraft called the Raybird 3 and the Defence Blog decided to meet with the founder and current CEO of the company to chat about a new drone that can be flown for more than 24 hours depending on mission requirements. The Defence Blog: Skyeton company developed a […]

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U.S. Army still relies on carbon-based fuels, report says

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The U.S. Army still relies on carbon-based fuels, which will likely remain the primary fuel, according to a report released by Dr. David J. Gorsich and Dr. André Boehman. Army’s chief scientist for ground vehicle systems Dr. David J. Gorsich and professor of mechanical engineering at the University of Michigan, director of the university’s Walter […]

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U.S. Army set to release new solicitation for next-generation vehicles

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The U.S. Army plans to publish a new solicitation for the next-generation vehicles that will change the battlefield. According to recent notice at the U.S. government’s main contracting website, the Army Contracting Command, Army Contracting Command – Detroit Arsenal (ACC-DTA), Warren, MI, intends to issue a full and open Request for Proposal for the Optionally […]

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U.S. Army looks technologies that create 10-x factor advantage in lethality chain

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U.S. Army Futures Command held a virtual roundtable with more than 1,250 participants across industry and academia to discuss the Army’s Project Convergence, Dec. 1, 2020. “There’s a lot of smart people in the Army, but there’s a lot more smart people that are outside the Army helping us solve problems and thinking about how […]

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U.S. Military to study use space launch vehicles to transport supplies

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U.S. Military is taking the potential for use of space launch vehicles to transport supplies in an emergency, according to a recent service news release. In a release last week, the U.S. military command that oversees logistics operations said that it has signed an agreement with two private spaceflight companies to study the potential for […]

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U.S. Army plans to field augmented reality goggles by 2021

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The U.S. Army is pushing forward with plans to field a new augmented reality, do-it-all goggles to outfit close combat forces. The new augmented reality systems will be integrated into Soldier’s goggles to improve situational awareness capabilities as they fight, train and rehearse missions, according to a recent service news release. The ‘mixed reality’ goggles […]

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Textron Systems’ Aerosonde aircraft tested extensively at U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground

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Aerosonde, Textron Systems’ versatile unmanned aircraft, has undergone extensive testing at U.S. Army Yuma Proving Ground (YPG) for most of its existence, according to Mark Schauer. “We test here whenever we have changes to the system,” said Kyle Petesch, Aerosonde site lead. “The YPG personnel are very attentive to what we ask for and easy […]

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Interview: Vladislav Belbas shares the latest on Ukrainian future combat vehicles

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Dylan Malyasov sits down to talk with the new head of Ukrainian Armor Design and Manufacturing Company, Vladislav Belbas, to talk his priorities for his new job and about Ukrainian future combat vehicles… Ukrainian Armor is a privately-held company specializing in designing and manufacturing modern armored vehicles and weapons for the Ukrainian Army and the […]

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I am Navy Medicine: Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Marc Gasbarri

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A passion for helping others is a quality a Sailor from Truckee, Calif., has possessed since he was a child. To fulfil those supportive values, Hospital Corpsman 3rd Class Marc Gasbarri enlisted in the United States Navy to enter the Navy Medicine field. “I have always wanted to help people and be the one they […]

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Roshel CEO talks about new armored vehicles spotted at NASA historic mission to ISS

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Roshel Defence Solutions CEO Roman Shimonov talks about his company’s armored vehicles spotted at the NASA historic mission to International Space Station (ISS) and Roshel’s innovative approach to the industry Roshel Defence Solutions is located in Mississauga, Ontario, Canada, and it specializes in design and manufacturing of a wide range of armored vehicles equipped with […]

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