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How Cameras Changed War

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How Cameras Changed War

Written by on Thursday, December 29th, 2011

Cameras emerged a few decades before the American Civil War, and they have been used to capture the effects of warfare ever since. The camera, which started as a simple, bulky, and unwieldy contraption, has slowly evolved over the years, ...

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New Flight Simulator Revolutionizes F-35 Training

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New Flight Simulator Revolutionizes F-35 Training

Written by on Wednesday, December 28th, 2011

The F-35 Joint Strike Fighter program has ensured that the F-35 is one of the world’s most widely used aircraft. That principle also holds true in the U.S., where the F-35 is the aircraft of choice for most missions. With ...

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Japan Purchases 42 F-35s

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Japan Purchases 42 F-35s

Written by on Tuesday, December 27th, 2011

In many ways, the F-35 is a super plane. It may not be the single fastest, stealthiest, or most maneuverable jet ever made, but when a plane gets a solid A in all categories, it more than makes up for ...

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Twitter, Facebook Valuable Tools in Air Force Arsenal

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Twitter, Facebook Valuable Tools in Air Force Arsenal

Written by on Saturday, December 24th, 2011

The United States has a reputation for getting involved in the affairs of other countries, which is sure to ruffle a few feathers. And as a branch of the military, the Air Force is often the target of resentment. Despite ...

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ADAPTIV System Cloaks Aircraft Under Infrared

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ADAPTIV System Cloaks Aircraft Under Infrared

Written by on Thursday, December 22nd, 2011

The ability to gather valuable intelligence can be game-changing in a combat scenario. Counterintelligence therefore becomes equally important. Camouflage is an excellent example of counterintelligence, because it is technology that acts to prevent enemies from detecting troops and vehicles. Camouflage ...

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