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DNA analysts work side-by-side to extract samples from captured enemy material.
Lab Techs Examine Enemy Weapons

Two Air National Guard pilots sit in front of a wall of computer screens  while flying a remotely piloted aircraft.
Remotely Piloted Aircraft Key to Fighting Wildfires

A woman sits in the dark leaning forward on a table.
Drug Monitoring Helps Providers Help Their Patients

A closeup photo of silk fibers.
Scientists Study Artificial Silk for Body Armor, Parachutes

A man takes a selfie with a NASA aircraft in the background.
Navy Postgraduate Student Lands NASA Internship

A soldiers shows his prosthetic leg.
Modern Prosthetics Put Soldiers Back on Battlefield

An airman leaps over a gap between planks during a leadership obstacle course.
Faster, Stronger, More Resilient: Air Force Prepares Next-Gen Special Operators

A big military aircraft begins a turn before landing in a blue sky.
Gigantic C-5 Galaxy Offers Massive Airlift Capability

A man holds an electronic tablet.
DoD Information Technology Efforts Focus on Warfighter, Competitive Edge

A person stand in front of a classroom.
West Point Promotes STEM Learning in South Africa

A group of kids prepare to launch an autonomous robotic boat during the finalsof an international RoboBoat Competition in Florida.
Next-Gen Engineers Test RoboBoats

Five soldiers stand together looking at an electronic device.
Soldiers Train to Detect, Defend Against Electronic Warfare

Two people sit on a stage speaking.
Defense Intelligence Agency Brings Forewarning Into 21st Century

Airmen review procedures for using the vital signs monitor/defibrillator.
Networks, Innovation Key to Air Force Philosophy

Acting Secretary of the Air Force Lisa Disbrow and Air Force Chief of Staff Gen. David L. Goldfein discuss the importance of Defense Digital Service and what they bring to the fight with Chris Lynch, the team leader, right, and Paul Tagliamonte, a section member at the Pentagon, April 12, 2017. The DDS section is a unique team of industry experts assisting the Air Force. Air Force photo by Wayne A. Clark
Defense Digital Service Emphasizes Results for Service Members

U.S. Air Force Tech. Sgt. Ryan Thompson, loadmaster for the 145th Operations Group, briefs children of North Carolina Air National Guard members as they enter a C-17 Globemaster III aircraft at the N.C. Air National Guard Base, Charlotte-Douglas International Airport, June 18, 2018. The children are part of the annual Department of Defense STARBASE summer camp program and learn various applications of science, technology, engineering and math.
Kids Learn STEM at Summer Camp

Three people work in a room with computers and charts and maps on a screen.
Chinese Actions Threaten U.S. Technological Base, DoD Officials Say

Air Force Gen. Paul J. Selva, vice chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, speaks while sitting on stage beside a moderator.
U.S. Must Act Now to Maintain Military Technological Advantage, Selva Says

A cell phone demonstrating an app.
Free Military App Helps Save Lives in Emergency

The profile of a Marine's head against a purple and red sky.
Next-Generation Binoculars Contribute to Battlefield Survivability

Coast Guard personnel repair a navigation aid.
Coast Guard Receives Hurricane Response Award

A person stands looking at other on computers.
Cybercom, NSA Senior Enlisted Leader Discusses Technology, Challenges

Representatives of the U.S. Army Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center, out of Natick, Massachusetts, had an array of combat helmets on display at the Pentagon, May 24 and 25, 2018, as part of a "Close Combat Lethality Tech Day." This helmet, a NSRDEC prototype, provides equal protection to earlier helmets but at less weight.
Army Developing High-Performance, Lightweight Helmet

he Office of Naval Research TechSolutions-sponsored MK29 Mixed Gas Rebreather system developed at the Naval Surface Warfare Center Panama City Division undergoes testing at the Naval Experimental Diving Unit in Panama City, Fla.
New Rebreather Helps Navy Divers Under the Waves

Maryland Guard cyber warfare operators from the 175th Wing's Cyber Operations Group support Exercise Hedgehog May 7, 2018, in Southern Estonia. The Cyber personnel advise and assist Estonian Defense Force and Estonia Defense League members to evaluate internal policy for cyber-related activities.
Maryland Guard, Estonian Service Members Conduct Cyber Exercise

A person stands looking at other on computers.
Cyber Mission Force Achieves Full Operational Capability

An eye doctor prepares for surgery.
New Surgical Technique Saves Airmen’s Eyesight, Careers

Maj. Gen. Sarah Zabel, the Air Force’s director of Information Technology Acquisition Process Development at the Pentagon, cuts the ribbon for the Kessel Run Experimentation Lab opening in Boston May 7
Kessel Run Lab Hits Hyperdrive

Tweezers hold a small square platform with a artificial hair sensor.
Air Force, National Science Foundation Boost Cooperation for National Security

Defense leaders take part in a ceremony.
Cybercom Rises to Combatant Command, Changes Leaders

Army Maj. Robert Solano, with U.S. Special Operations Command Special Operations Forces Acquisition, Technology and Logistics directorate, demonstrates an MH-47 Chinook helicopter virtual trainer during Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics Day at MacDill Air Force Base in Tampa, Fla.
Near-Peer Adversaries Strive to Surpass U.S. in Technology, DoD Official Says

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Advancing at the Speed of Relevance

Air Force Staff Sgt. Jerome Duhan, a network administrator with the 97th Communications Squadron, inserts a hard drive into the network control center retina server at Altus Air Force Base, Okla.
Cybercom to Elevate to Combatant Command

A person stands looking at other on computers.
Cybercom To Become DoD’s 10th Unified Combatant Command

Two children run near aircraft.
Base Showcases Space, STEM

A graphic shows various chemical compounds on a blue background.
Scientist Uses Math in Chemical Research

Army Sgt. Victor Sanchez operates an advanced field artillery tactical data system to calculate aiming data for an M119A2 105mm howitzer during an air assault artillery raid at Fort Drum, N.Y., June 9, 2017. Sanchez is a fire direction coordinator assigned to Alpha Battery, 1st Battalion, 258th Artillery Regiment, 27th Infantry Brigade Combat Team of the New York Army National Guard. Army photo by Sgt. Alexander Rector
Cloud Data to Give Warfighters Edge in Battlefield, DoD Official Says

An unmanned aerial vehicle launches over the Potomac River in Maryland/Virginia.
Navy Demos Unmanned Surface Vehicle

A civilian and a Marine general stand behind a podium.
Defense Department Moves Closer to Cloud Computing

A soldier from Program Executive Office Soldier shows off the new enhanced binocular night-vision goggles helmet during a demonstration at Fort Belvoir, Va.
Next-Generation Equipment Helps Build More Lethal Force

A Marine looks through an optical device with four blue lenses.
DoD Must Be More Agile in Technology Development, Official Says

Staff Sgt. Ashlie Robledo and Senior Airman Thao Bui, 11th Special Operations Intelligence Squadron analysts, participate in a data-tagging training event Aug. 24, 2017, at Hurlburt Field, Fla. Data-tagging is designed to assist them with analyzing imagery. (U.S. Air Force photo by Senior Airman Lynette M. Rolen)
Artificial Intelligence Is Vital to Future Warfare, DoD Official Says

Laila Jeanjulien, 9, observes a vial used in a science activity at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington.
DoD Participates in ‘Where Can STEM Take You’ Expo

A graphic featuring the logo for the computer-based strategy game CyberWar: 2025.
Navy Students Create Cyber Training Computer Game

A soldier kneels on the ground near a Puma aviation system.
Future Tech: Soldiers Test, Evaluate New Equipment in Germany

A British and two U.S. soldiers operate a remote device.
Armed With Science: Unmanned Technology - Breaching the Battlefield

Blue lines over a black background.
Armed With Science: Army Scientists Explore Fiber Optics

A gloved hand holds a tubed medical sample.
Air Force Epi Lab Tests Medical Samples From Across the World

Maj. Devon Meister, pilot, and Maj. Ashley Lundry, aerial reconnaissance weather officer, are members of the 53rd Weather Reconnaissance Squadron, referred to as the Hurricane Hunters, which is a unit in the Air Force Reserve's 403rd Wing at Keesler Air Force Base, Mississippi. (U.S. Air Force photo by Staff Sgt. Heather Heiney)
Women of Weather: Hurricane Hunters Make A Difference

A sailor tests a virtual reality device.
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iLab: See Where Sailors and Innovation Meet

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Hedy Lamarr: Hollywood “It Girl” Turned Inventor

An air force officer sits in front of a computer monitor.
Armed With Science: Computers to Help Navy Recruit Drone Operators

A military doctor looks at some papers while sitting at her desk.
Armed With Science: Uniformed Physicians Honored on Doctor's Day

Marines run to cover during a night exercise under lights.
Deputy Secretary Explains Priorities in Evolving Future Force

A Marine looks through an optical device with four blue lenses.
DoD Restructures its Acquisition, Technology, Logistics Organization

Workers reconnect power lines in Puerto Rico.
Armed With Science: Army Engineers Restore Majority Of Puerto Rico Power Grid

A computer illustration of soldiers and aircraft.
Leap-Ahead Tech to Increase Soldier Readiness in Future

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Armed With Science: Hollywood 'It Girl' Turned STEM Inventor

Chief of Naval Operations Adm. John Richardson inspects new technologies
Senior DoD Official Discusses Future of Directed Energy Weapons

An airman stands in front of an operating table.
Air Force Surgeon Puts Military Career on Medical Student's Radar

An Airman looks up behind black wires.
Citizen Cyber: Air Guard Built For Rapid Change of Digital Battlespace

Women who have succeeded in information technology share views with women aspiring to IT careers
DoD Leaders Encourage Women to Choose IT Careers

Navy Petty Officer 3rd Class Daniel Pastor examines a 3-D printer during a 3-D design and production course at Old Dominion University in Norfolk, Va., May 13, 2017, as part of the university’s FleetMaker program. The program teaches service members how to design and print objects and parts that can help the fleet. Pastor is an information systems technician. Navy photo by Petty Officer 2nd Class Rawad Madanat
U.S. Faces Global Science, Technology Competition, DoD Official Says

Air Force Brig. Gen. David A. Krumm, the Joint Staff’s deputy director for requirements, speaks during the JEDI Cloud Industry Day in Arlington, Va.
DoD Officials Emphasize Role of Cloud Infrastructure in Supporting Warfighters

A person stands looking at other on computers.
Military Officials Highlight Cybersecurity Challenges, Advances

A Marine stretches out his arm and yells while other Marines move past.
Speedier Acquisition Needed to Stay Competitive, Defense Official Says

Yellow and green glow sticks sit on a counter.
Armed With Science: New Uses for Glow Sticks on Battlefields

A soldier works at her computer.
Is Cyber For You? This Historian Soldier Didn't Think So - She Was Wrong

An airman looks up at a large satellite antenna.
Airmen Connect ‘Eyes in The Sky’ to Boots on the Ground

The chief Pentagon spokesperson briefs reporters from behind a podium.
Department to Hold Cloud Acquisition Industry Day

A man speaks to a reporter while surrounded by others.
DARPA Chief Describes Promising Future Technologies

A woman crouches on a weight scale in a black and white photograph.
Armed With Science: Eating Disorders - The Personal Struggle for Balance

A woman fist bumps a female hockey player.
Military Sports Medicine Doctors Support Olympic Athletes

A man rides an exercise bike while a trainer stands next to him.
Focusing on the Future: Shooting Survivor Works Toward Recovery

A person attaches a device to a service member's helmet.
Armed With Science: Navy SEALs Research Impacts of Blast Exposure

A man looks into a device.
Armed With Science: Infrared Technology Expands Search Capabilities

Three people pose for a photo near a stage.
DoD Celebrates Engineers Week, Honors Excellence

A researcher works in a lab.
In Opioid Crisis, Military Research May Protect Citizens, Warfighters

Four fighter jets fly across a blue sky.
Airframe Profiles: F-16 Fighting Falcon

Col. Debra Lovette, 81st Training Wing commander, receives a briefing from 2nd Lt. Nina Hoskins, 81st Surgical Operations squadron room nurse, on robotics surgery capabilities inside the robotics surgery clinic at Keesler Medical Center, Miss., June 16, 2017. The training program was stood up in March, 2017 and has trained surgical teams within the Air Force and across the Department of the Defense. (U.S. Air Force photo by Kemberly Groue).
Robotic Surgery Program Aims to Improve Patient Outcomes

A C-5 sits on a runway.
Armed With Science: Big Gas Mission, Small Team

A civilian speaks to reporters while standing with a Marine behind a lectern.
Safety of DoD Personnel, Families Drives Electronic Device Review

A Navy ship moves across the water.
Navy to Commission Littoral Combat Ship Omaha

A soldier meditates in an empty room.
Armed With Science: Army Advances PTSD, Other Cognitive Research

A woman shows a fitness tracker on her wrist.
DoD Studying Implications of Wearable Devices Giving Too Much Info

A photo of an orange moon.
Armed With Science: Here's How to See This Week's Very Rare Super Blue Blood Moon

A curving beam of light illuminates a dark blue sky as a rocket launches.
Air Force Successfully Launches New Satellite From Cape Canaveral

Army Staff Sgt. Curtis Graham shows 1st Security Force Assistance Brigade soldiers how to shoot the new XM17 pistol during a demonstration at the Joint Readiness Training Center at Fort Polk, La.
Soldiers Test New Modular Handgun System

A sailor tests a virtual reality device.
Armed With Science: iLab - Where Sailors, Innovation Meet

A person sits in the cockpit of an electronic aircraft.
Armed With Science: Researchers Test Virtual Reality Flight Training

A Marine uses a new application on a phone.
Armed With Science: Marine Designs Mobile Solution for Common Problem

A transport dock ship leaves Naval Base San Diego.
USS Anchorage Participates in NASA’s Orion Mission Test

Tweezers hold a small square platform with a artificial hair sensor.
Defense Innovation Board Approves Recommendations At Quarterly Meeting

A service member works with teens on a STEM project.
Armed With Science: Army Showcases STEM for High School Students

A woman holds a syringe.
DoD, FDA Partner to Develop Medical Products for Warfighters

As seen from above, a station in Antarctica.
Armed With Science: Air Force Supports Science With Operation Deep Freeze

A man speaks to a group.
Thinkers Strategize in DoD’s Innovation Corps Boot Camp

The vice president speaks to a group of people.
Armed With Science: What Happens in Vegas Stays in Vegas-Unless It's New Tech

A graphic of the Earth shows a large purple and blue circle which are areas with the least ozone.
Armed With Science: Ozone Hole Smallest Since 1988

A woman looks through a microscope.
Armed With Science: Joint Efforts in Search for Tropical Diseases Cure

A Marine sitting on the ground with 3D printed materials, wires and tools.
Armed With Science: Marine Maker - Course in Innovation

A woman with a prosthetic leg runs on an indoor track.
Armed With Science: Active Duty Amputees Stay on Course After Injury

A woman holds a bucket of oysters.
Armed With Science: How The Military Uses Oysters to Protect Shores

Two gloved hands hold a vial of blood.
Armed with Science: Air Force Antibody Research Could Save Lives