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New Instrument Could Help Scientists Tailor Plasma to Produce More Fusion Heat

Creating heat from fusion reactions requires carefully manipulating the properties of plasma, the electrically charged fourth state of matter that…

Breathing Room

A fast-acting, broad-spectrum therapeutic can treat the Joint Force after exposure to one of the most dangerous neurotoxins. A new,…

Personal Protective Equipment (PPE), Radiation Testing, Gas Testing, Chemical Testing, Exercise, Hill Air Force Base, Ready Eagle, Medical Readiness Training

Around the World: JPEO-CBRND Gathers Global Data to Enhance Threat Detection Capabilities

In recent years, the public has become more familiar with rapid biological diagnostic technologies for diseases due to the prevalence…

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NATO Researchers Hold Lab Field Trial with DEVCOM CBC Scientists

DEVCOM CBC scientists completed four years of collaborative research with NATO partner nations on developing a better field sensor with…

Air Force member trains with a new respirator

563rd OSS Mask Modernization

The U.S. Air Force Chemical, Biological, Radiological and Nuclear Defense Systems Branch fielded new respirator masks to the 563rd Operational…

Two scientists performing an experiment in a laboratory.

DEVCOM CBC Researchers Explore 3-D-Printed Sensors

Dr. Brian Hauck, a U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Chemical Biological Center (DEVCOM CBC) research chemist, and his research…

Two firefighters spraying fluid onto a fire in a training exercise

Fluorine-Free Foam Flows to U.S. Air Force Bases as DoD Removes PFAS From Firefighting Activities

U.S. Department of the Air Force installation fire departments are replacing current stocks of aqueous film forming foam, or AFFF,…

Defense Innovation Unit and National Guard Bureau Leverage Bellwether’s Aerial Imagery Processing Technology to Enhance Response to Natural Disasters

In an effort to improve natural disaster responses, the Defense Innovation Unit (DIU) and the National Guard Bureau (NGB) partnered…

Explosive Ordnance Disposal personnel suited up in a desert landscape.

Explosive Ordnance Disposal Techs Pioneer Innovative Method to Clear Stuck Artillery Round

FORT SILL, Okla. – U.S. Army Explosive Ordnance Disposal (EOD) technicians demonstrated flexibility, ingenuity, and resourcefulness during a recent response…

Stethoscope and dog tags laying on a Flag of the United States.

DoD-Supported, Lifesaving Autoinjector to Combat Ultra-Potent Opioid Exposure Available Through DLA

FORT DETRICK, MD – Long approved for pain control in civilian and military medicine, synthetic opioids are substances that are…

Large aircraft being prepared for its first mission in the Sub-Arctic region.

NRL Participates in International Campaign Investigating Polar Low Phenomena

WASHINGTON – U.S. Naval Research Laboratory (NRL) research meteorologist James Doyle, Ph.D., joins an international team of scientists to investigate…

A medical needle and vial.

Sandia Collaboration Produces Improved Microneedle Technology

ALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — Microneedles measure only two to three times the diameter of human hair and about a millimeter long….