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How will the Military be Impacted by Sequestration?

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How will the Military be Impacted by Sequestration?

Written by on Friday, November 30th, 2012

On Wednesday, President Barack Obama spoke to House Speaker John Boehner (R., Ohio) about the looming fiscal cliff and sequestration. Although tense and short, it was the first step to bi-partisan cooperation to settle the stormy financial waters that are ...

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Is the U.S. Losing its Technology Edge?

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Is the U.S. Losing its Technology Edge?

Written by on Monday, November 26th, 2012

Unless your head has been in the sand, you know that the U.S. no longer lays claim to having the advantage over other countries when it comes to its technology edge. The U.S. is methodically being torn apart by other countries ...

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Did You Hear? The Air Force a Launched Minuteman III ICBM Yesterday

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Did You Hear? The Air Force a Launched Minuteman III ICBM Yesterday

Written by on Thursday, November 15th, 2012

Technology is progressing at a break-neck pace. Engineers are trying to figure out how to equip battleships with lasers, remote-controlled drones are buzzing around the skies, and cyber warfare has become the new big thing in 2012. With all of this ...

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Something Old, Something New: Venerable AC-130s Get Tech Makeover

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Something Old, Something New: Venerable AC-130s Get Tech Makeover

Written by on Wednesday, November 14th, 2012

If you had to compile a list of the most successful aircraft in US military history, then the line of AC-130 gunships and the C-130 Hercules that they were based on would both be near the top of the list. These massive ...

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Should the USAF be More Concerned with Cyber Security than Missile Defense?

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Should the USAF be More Concerned with Cyber Security than Missile Defense?

Written by on Tuesday, November 13th, 2012

For thousands of years, the best way to figure out which side would win a war was to determine who had the biggest army and the strongest weapons. That’s largely still true today – you’ll never see a hundred people ...

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