Marines Leaving Australia After 6-month Training Rotation
More than 1,100 Marines are leaving Australia after a six-month training rotation in the nation's Northern Territory.
U.S. Military Prepares 30-Person Ebola Team for Domestic Cases
The U.S. military is forming a 30-person medical team in preparation for any additional cases of Ebola in the United States.
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DARPA Seeks to Improve Chemical and Biological Detection
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency, better known as DARPA, has put out a request for remote devices to detect biological and chemical agents.
DRS and Rafael Propose Tank Protection System to U.S. Army
DRS Technologies and Rafael Advanced Defense Systems proposed a system to the Army that is designed to instantly locate and destroy approaching enemy fire.
National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial Celebrates 23rd Anniversary Since Official Dedication
The National Law Enforcement Officers Memorial features the names of 20,267 federal, state and local officers who have been killed in the line of duty.
DARPA Awards Boeing Contract for New Phantom Swift X-Plane
Boeing has been awarded a 9.4 million contract modification to continue to refine its design of the experimental Phantom Swift X-Plane.
Coast Guard Seizes More Than $32 Million in Cocaine
The U.S. Coast Guard said it seized more than $32 million worth in cocaine from a freighter in the Caribbean Sea on August 10.
A New Social Media App Uses GPS Tracking to Save Veterans’ Lives
Veteran Jake Wood has used his friend and fellow Marine Clay Hunt's story as the inspiration for the new iPhone app POS REP.
Shelburne Police Department Wins 2014 Vermont Law Enforcement Challenge
The Town of Shelburne’s Police Department was selected as the winner of the 2014 Vermont Law Enforcement Challenge by the Vermont Law Enforcement Challenge committee.