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The Vermont Army Aviation Support Facility in South Burlington, Vermont, recently hosted the U.S. Army Medical Department Board’s Automatic Chest Compression Device proof-of-concept demonstration test.
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At the U.S. Army Research Laboratory, scientists and engineers experiment with coatings in high-temperature environments with the goal of creating something — anything — that will cause sand to slide off the inside of a turbine engine the way an egg slides off a nonstick skillet.
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BIONICS

The University of Pittsburgh and University of Pittsburgh Medical Center, funded by the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency’s Revolutionizing Prosthetics program, has developed a technology that allows someone to experience the sensation of touch directly in the brain through a neural interface system connected to a robotic arm.
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NIGERIA

The JWARG’s mission is to support the Department of Defense’s force health protection requirements for emerging infectious disease while building partnerships in West Africa to address lessons observed in the 2014-2015 outbreak of Ebola virus disease (EVD).
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CYBERSECURITY

The world’s first all-machine hacking tournament wasn’t the answer to all cybersecurity problems, DARPA officials said, but it was a big step forward in a technical area where the Defense Department’s research arm aims to stir up a revolution.
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A Marine wears a prototype dive helmet with the Diver Augmented Vision Display at the Naval Surface Warfare Center at the Naval Support Activity in Panama City, Florida, July 14, 2016. DoD photo by EJ Hersom

Testing equipment and conditions for Navy divers is challenging but entertaining. Check out some of the great things happening at the Navy Experimental Diving Unit.
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DARPA’s all-machine hacking tournament sets the stage for network-speed cybersecurity by computers that look at all the bits all the time.
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DARPA has designed and built the very first robot warship and it represents breakthroughs in autonomous navigation and human-machine collaboration that could change the nature of U.S. maritime operations

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