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Army’s Trauma Innovations are Saving Lives on the Battlefield

First responders are keeping service members wounded on the battlefield alive with medical advancements.

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Navy Chemists Develop Lightweight Transparent Armor

The development allows damaged armor surfaces to be repaired on the fly in the field.

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Navy Aims to Protect Warfighters & Stop Malaria’s Effect on Global Health

Malaria has had a greater impact on manpower than enemy fire in all of the conflicts that have occurred in tropical regions in the 20th century. The Navy is working to change that.

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Dr. Jeffrey Calcaterra: From a Childhood Engineering Dream to the Air Force Safety Hall of Fame

Dr. Jeffrey Calcaterra dreamed of becoming an aerospace engineer at the young age of 13. Now, he's the newest inductee into the Air Force Safety Hall of Fame.

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DARPA Successfully Tests Radiation Detectors in Nation’s Capital

The DARPA program that works to prevent "dirty bomb" attacks concluded its biggest and longest test deployment of vehicle-mounted radiation detectors in Washington, D.C.

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3-D printing is improving the Navy’s warfighting capabilities and readiness. It’s also saving lots of money.
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First responders are keeping service members wounded on the battlefield alive with medical advancements.
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The development allows damaged armor surfaces to be repaired on the fly in the field.
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Malaria has had a greater impact on manpower than enemy fire in all of the conflicts that have occurred in tropical regions in the 20th century. The Navy is working to change that.
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Dr. Jeffrey Calcaterra dreamed of becoming an aerospace engineer at the young age of 13. Now, he’s the newest inductee into the Air Force Safety Hall of Fame.
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The DARPA program that works to prevent “dirty bomb” attacks concluded its biggest and longest test deployment of vehicle-mounted radiation detectors in Washington, D.C.
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Two university researchers are advancing the preservation of DoD aircraft and ship platforms with the help of grants from the Air Force and Navy.
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Walter Reed is the only DoD hospital to implant the new FDA approved leadless pacemaker.
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Specialized military teams are at the ready and strategically positioned around the country to detect potential threats with advanced technology.
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