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The MAC program, which began as a summer program this year, will place Military Academy cadets, midshipmen and officers in tours of duty within science, technology, engineering, national security and relevant fields at any of the NNSA sites. NNSA's Greg Simonson explains how it works.
It's John McCain versus Lady Gaga on Tuesday as the Senate takes up the emotional issue of repealing the ban on gays serving openly in the military.
Google is adding another layer to its security outfit. The additional step will make it harder for computer hackers and other impostors to get into e-mail accounts or other services that are protected by passwords.
Senate looks to reform the FPS
From remotely opening garage doors to controlling appliances, to gaming, banking, shopping, to enabling the use of infrared and radar sensors, GPS, and satellite communications by fisherman, firemen and fighter aircraft the Electromagnetic Spectrum touches lives. We learn more from Blair Levin, co-author of the FCC's national broadband plan.
The Defense Intelligence Agency has signed a 523,482-square-foot lease at Boston Properties's Patriots Park in Reston, with plans to fill the entire two-tower property by 2013.
A recent hearing by the Commission on Wartime Contracting in Iraq and Afghanistan took a look at whether Defense has made adequate plans and actual progress to improve the federal workforce that oversees billions of dollars in contracting activity. Former Congressman Chris Shays is the co-chairman of the Commission brings us up to speed.
There's a new type of naval warrior. Commander of Navy Cyber Forces, Rear Admiral Tom Meek explains.
Republicans threaten to block appropriations bills, Lew promises to address USPS pension problems, Pentagon cost-cutting may hit Marines in the lunchbox
The putatively invading viruses have imaginative names: black in the white house, Olympic Torch, midget census workers kidnapped, etc.