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The U.S. Army has awarded Oshkosh $255 million to build 250 Mine Resistant Ambush Protected All-Terrain Vehicle (M-ATV) ambulances for Afghanistan.
Several of the most promising technological research projects at University System of Maryland-related labs are getting a strategic infusion of federal cash to help them through the most difficult phase of development, and toward the commercial market. Maryland's Jacques Gansler explains.
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Computer networks and social networks depend on interaction between individuals -- whether it's individual machines or human beings. The science of these complex interactions shares some common underlying themes, and a team of Army researchers hopes that examining these networks will provide feasible solutions.
MACE program taking commercial technology and modifying it to make it more secure and rugged. The Army is asking for vendor ideas on how to do this and what apps are possible in theater.
The Army is developing technology for soldiers to use smart phones on the battlefield.
DoD is on a mission to develop a preventive HIV vaccine for U.S. military personnel and for the global community.
The Army has kicked off the competition to develop son of the Future Combat System.
The Army Times received more than 70 e-mails from active-duty, civilian and retired users. Almost all of them expressed some dissatisfaction with the site.
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