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- RT @StationCDRKelly: Day 158. Chasing the next sunrise among the #stars over evening lights. Good night from @space_station! #YearInSpace h… about 23 minutes ago
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- RT @StationCDRKelly: Day 157. At the end of the day, #sunrise will come again. Good night from @space_station! #YearInSpace http://t.co/P5U… 07:52:25 AM September 01, 2015
- What if our #military aircraft had a "magic cloak" a certain wizard had. @DoD_HDIAC http://t.co/3b2WC1jhBp http://t.co/cvVdj6GdPu 08:30:42 AM August 31, 2015
- How cool would it be to remotely charge a UAV's battery? Thanks to @USNRL that tech is here. http://t.co/wfzJJVaoI7 http://t.co/tHveezKyVr 10:32:28 AM August 28, 2015
Tag Archives: navy
As the largest consumer of energy in the U.S., the DoD has requisitioned the deployment of renewable energy to power military facilities by 2025.
To become a game-changing technology, the electromagnetic railgun needs to be further developed and transitioned onto the ship of the future.
Brighter, longer-lasting and more energy-efficient lighting will be used on U.S. Navy ships under construction to save fuel and prevent shipboard injuries.
New research will develop a prototype diving helmet that could revolutionize diving missions and make Navy divers safer.
The U.S. Navy is working to improve its ability to forecast and predict where ice is so that ships won’t be damaged.
The Navy soon will begin using an Office of Naval Research technology to predict injuries and improve medical responses in any kind of attack on ships.