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4 Opportunities to Support Our Troops this Independence Day

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4 Opportunities to Support Our Troops this Independence Day

Written by on Friday, June 29th, 2012

The Fourth of July is just around the corner, and people all across America will be celebrating the country's 236th birthday! The holiday will remind us of the importance of the principles of freedom and equality upon which our nation ...

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Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Exploring the World in the USAF

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Oh, the Places You’ll Go! Exploring the World in the USAF

Written by on Thursday, June 28th, 2012

"You get to see the world." That's a phrase every single American has heard at some point in his or her life. And unless you're the type of person who hangs out with private airplane salesmen, the context of that ...

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Building Bridges Out of BACN: How Northrop’s BACN Unites the Military

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Building Bridges Out of BACN: How Northrop’s BACN Unites the Military

Written by on Wednesday, June 27th, 2012

Communicating with another person is easy. See? I'm doing it right now. You could send somebody an e-mail, call them on the phone, carve hieroglyphics into a rock, use smoke signals, or try any other form of communication you like. The human ...

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The Problem with Drones: They Work Too Well

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The Problem with Drones: They Work Too Well

Written by on Tuesday, June 26th, 2012

Drones are the superheroes of the jet world. They're new, they're flashy, and they're saving the day by providing constant, cheap surveillance without endangering any US soldiers. You can even give them the equivalent of super strength or eye lasers ...

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Set Your Phasers to Pain: The Military’s Pain Ray

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Set Your Phasers to Pain: The Military’s Pain Ray

Written by on Monday, June 25th, 2012

The US military may have initially come to the Middle East to combat terrorism, but it stayed for the democracy. Now, one of the main missions of the military is to help create a stable government that will survive after the US ...

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