Armed With Science Twitter
- The brightest #engineering students competed in the #InternationalSubmarineRaces. The winners: http://t.co/9MbS7HLsNi http://t.co/RmGUxIbvf9 about 15 hours ago from Engagor
- Going #wireless helps command posts shed cabling & reduces network set up & tear down times: http://t.co/GrfwiyTf6I http://t.co/kMwWkjWA6Z about 19 hours ago from Engagor
- Find out how @DeptofDefense is committed to renewable energy, one solar cell at a time: http://t.co/A90PkELrTk http://t.co/aDehjzw8L1 02:10:03 PM June 28, 2015 from Engagor
- #Flashback: Check out the #Soyuz spacecraft that launched crew who will spend a #yearinspace http://t.co/eUe3t63gZe http://t.co/uj0kxokvQI 02:00:03 PM June 27, 2015 from Engagor
- #Innovation: @USArmy engineers have developed lightweight ballistic wallpaper. Find out more: http://t.co/SQZHyRMiPJ http://t.co/joH70EX7N9 01:00:03 PM June 26, 2015 from Engagor
One day, soldiers may wear uniforms and chemical protective suits that decontaminate themselves and are cool enough to wear for extended periods.
Missile systems go through multiple security checks, dry runs and simulations to ensure the nuclear deterrence mission is ready to launch.
Future Air Force munitions will likely feature wide field-of-view imaging seekers that provide warfighters with multiple advantages.
The Electronic Warfare Planning and Management Tool, or EWPMT, will allow for greater control and enhancement of EW capabilities.
The U.S. Army science and technology community is charting the future of military vertical lift aviation that will enable warfighters to accomplish missions not possible today.
A new process at McAlester Army Ammunition Plant, or MCAAP, will make more recovered projectile bodies viable for reuse and provide the military with a cheaper and safer munition.