The VOCkit system is being developed as a prototype that uses a colorimetric detection assay to provide a unique signature of chemical agent or bio hazard.
The $60,000 Avatar III tactical robot from Robotex Inc. can open doors, move objects and includes a two-way communication system.
Like many police departments across the country, Saginaw Police will begin using the Axon body cameras from TASER International.
Henry Repeating Arms honors six veterans alongside NRA instructors at the Great American Outdoor Show.
Marines E2C seeking off-the-shelf technologies with potential to address current Marine Corps energy, water and waste capability gaps.
The US Navy's Submarines Road Show is spreading the word that the submarine force is now open to female enlisted Sailors from E-1 to E-8.
February 10 - April 1, enter to win goods Nemo Arms, Kryptek, Gemtech, PROOF Research, Magpul CORE, and other industry partners in the Big Gun Giveaway!
The New York Police Department (NYPD) will use a $7.3 million plan to upgrade 13,000 bulletproof vests starting in May 2015.
The Superior Supplier Incentive Program (SSIP) uses performance data to rate the 25 largest companies doing business with each of the three services.
Five women can now move on to the Army's Ranger course after completing the first-ever, gender-integrated Army Ranger Training Assessment Course (RTAC).
The all new VIEVU Solution is a low-cost and flexible option for law enforcement agencies in need of body worn video cameras.
A joint purchase of $44 million nets the US Air Force 158 acres of land for its KC-46A Pegasus aerial refueling aircraft.