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A Schematic showing the layering and coordination of anode / cathode structure for a battery structure

Scientists Find New Way to Enhance Durability of Lithium Batteries

Safe and efficient energy storage is important for American prosperity and security. With the adoption of both renewable energy sources…

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EMPOWERing First Responders to Prepare for Severe Weather Events

The increasing frequency of severe weather events across the United States, most recently including hailstorms, tornadoes, and wildfires (and soon…

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Modular Next Generation Chemical Detector to Provide Integrated Layered CBRN Defense to Joint Force

Quickly detecting the presence of chemical agents is critical to joint force survivability. Knowing that danger is near allows commanders…

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FACT SHEET AND REPORT: DHS Advances Efforts to Reduce the Risks at the Intersection of Artificial Intelligence and Chemical, Biological, Radiological, and Nuclear (CBRN) Threats

On October 30, 2023, President Biden signed Executive Order (E.O.) 14110 on Safe, Secure, and Trustworthy Development and Use of…

Medical Military Personnel using new ultrasound equipment on other military personnel.

USAMTEAC Tests New Capability of Ultrasound Field Portable for Operational Use

JOINT BASE SAN ANTONIO, TX – The U.S. Army Medical Evaluation Test Activity (USAMTEAC) recently conducted an operational test of…

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USAMRDC Medical Technology Transfer Office Spotlights Inventions, Fosters Partnerships at BIO International

FORT DETRICK, Md. — Representatives from the U.S. Army Medical Research and Development Command’s Medical Technology Transfer Office showcased new…

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Mass Casualty Exercise Increases Medical Readiness, BALTOPS 24

BALTIC SEA – American, Dutch, and Spanish Sailors and Marines conducted simultaneous medical drills between time zones and geographic boundaries…

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U.S. Navy Efforts Aid in Baltimore Channel Reopening

BALTIMORE — The U.S. Navy’s Supervisor of Salvage and Diving (SUPSALV) led critical efforts in support of the Unified Command…

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Real-Time Cryptocurrencies Monitoring for Criminal Activity Detection: A Comprehensive System

Cryptocurrencies like Bitcoin and Ethereum are gaining popularity due to their decentralized nature and lack of central control. These digital currencies provide a high degree of user anonymity, making it difficult for attackers to identify the actual individuals behind addresses and trace funds transferred between users.

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Protection of Critical Infrastructure in Support of the Deployment of U.S. Forces During Multidomain Operations

The United States is facing an unprecedented set of challenges to our national interests. In the coming years, threat nations will have weaponized all instruments of national power (economic, diplomatic, informational, and military) to undermine the ability of the United States, its allies, and partners to project power to protect their vital interests during all phases of the conflict continuum (competition, crisis, armed conflict, and return to competition), as shown in Figure 1.

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Homeland Defense for the Future Fight: Threats to “Information Advantage” During Contested Deployments

Over the winter of 1990–1991, military leaders in Washington, D.C., identified a new threat to the security of U.S. armed forces deployed around the globe—pizza, i.e., delivery pizza. An enterprising local pizzeria owner noticed that his late-night delivery orders to Central Intelligence Agency Headquarters would spike immediately before an international conflict or to the Pentagon whenever the U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) was preparing to execute a major troop movement [1, 2].

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Impact Resistance and Performance of Custom-Fit, 3-D-Printed Protective Guards

This article explores the effect of the print method and material on the impact resistance of a custom-fit, three-dimensional (3-D)-printed shoulder guard for use as protective gear by sports or tactical athletes, such as Warfighters or police/fire/first responders.