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Human

A clinical trial has begun at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, where 75 adults were vaccinated with an Army-developed Zika vaccine candidate.
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Humping 2

The Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, along with a privately-held technology company, have developed a way for troops to fuel and replenish those power sources with their own moving bodies.
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Graphic of the U.S. Space Surveillance Network, operated by the Air Force Space Command. SFSC graphic

DARPA has transferred to the Air Force a Space Surveillance Telescope that revolutionizes space situational awareness and the kinds of space debris that can be seen from Earth.
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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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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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At the Defense One Tech Summit the topic was today’s future warfare technology and DoD experts discussed an interesting one — machine autonomy.
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Aurora 2

Aurora Flight Sciences tested new capabilities of the Autonomous Aerial Cargo/Utility System in Bealeton, Virginia.
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M40 guides snipers to target

There are staples of weaponry in the armory of the Marine Corps that define the battlefield. One of these weapons is the M40 sniper rifle, which is the premier weapon of choice for the Marine Corps for long-range enemy engagements.
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