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Air Force medevac teams recently got a helping hand from one of the nation's leading trauma surgeons. Doctor Thomas Scalea, who heads up the Cowley Shock Trauma Center in Baltimore, recently boarded a C-17 Globemaster to see firsthand how medevac crews tend to wounded warriors in midflight. Its part of C-STARS, and effort to get civilian specialists to shape future training for military medical teams worldwide.
The U.S. Air Force has awarded IBM a contract to design and demonstrate a secure cloud computing infrastructure capable of supporting defense and intelligence networks.
The Senate voted to terminate further production of the Air Force's topline F-22 fighter jets Tuesday, giving President Barack Obama a major spending victory and siding with the Pentagon's desire for smaller jets better suited to 21st century wars. F-22 supporters complained the action would be a blow to long-term national defense - and cost thousands of jobs in the middle of the recession.
Harry Radugue, Principal Author
Cybersecurity for the 44th President Report
January 22, 2009
Pentagon officials try to ease lawmakers' fears about whether renewable energy projects are affecting military functions. DoD has set up a task force to look at this issue, and wants to use advanced technology to help plan for projects.
Services react with relief and expectation for what new organization can do for the military. Alexander says securing DoD networks is foremost focus.
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Brig. Gen. Shugg takes on role that has been vacant since October.
Experts say command would better organize military capabilities
Corps issues a new paper asking commanders their thoughts. The paper details issues that would lead the Marines to identify challenges and propose solutions.