Archive: Science and Technology

Showing 1300-1400 of 2908 items, Subscribe to RSS Feed
 
  • New MRAP ambulance prototypes many improvements

    Nov 18, 2010

    A Pentagon team is working with the Army Medical Command and BAE Systems to build a new Caiman Mine-Resistant Ambush-Protected Ambulance vehicle that offers a host of technological innovations.

  • Army showcases newest version of Lakota

    Nov 18, 2010

    As part of upgrading the Army's air fleet, 140 of 345 planned UH-72A Lakota Light Utility Helicopters have been delivered so far and are currently being broken-in throughout the force.

  • Team Michigan wins robotics challenge in Australia

    Nov 18, 2010

    With a squad of 14 robots that worked together autonomously in a complicated mapping exercise, the University of MichiganAca,!a,,cs team won the inaugural Multi Autonomous Ground-robotic International Challenge in Australia.

  • Soldiers share combat perspective with Army scientists

    Nov 16, 2010

    Fifteen I Corps Soldiers fresh from combat tours in Afghanistan collaborated with Army scientists during a two-week tour of U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command facilities Nov. 8-19.

  • Army to upgrade force-tracking system

    Nov 15, 2010

    The Army is in the midst of several high-tech upgrades to its force tracking system - Force XXI Battle Command Brigade-and-Below, known as FBCB2 - to include new, next-generation software and a new, faster satellite network, service officials said.

  • Safer explosive tested & qualified at Picatinny named a TIME Best Invention of 2010

    Nov 15, 2010

    A safer, more stable explosive that was tested and qualified by engineers at Picatinny Arsenal as a replacement for TNT in Army projectiles was recently named by TIME Magazine as one of the 50 Best Inventions of 2010.

  • PEO GCS talks weapon systems modernization

    Nov 12, 2010

    Scott Davis, Program Executive Officer for Ground Combat Systems, and his management team led the PEO GCS panel discussion for industry leaders Tuesday at the 2010 NDIA Combat Vehicle Conference.

  • Researchers begin Army-wide anthropometric survey

    Nov 4, 2010

    An Army-wide Anthropometric Survey, called ANSUR II, which will update the Army's anthropometric database used for a wide range of human engineering-related applications is now being conducted by staff from the Natick Soldier Research, Development and Engineering Center.

  • Electricity 'bills' coming soon: Energy conservation program to begin for on-post resident

    Nov 4, 2010

    Go green and get a little green. That is the incentive for a new energy-conservation program in family housing.

  • DARPA effort speeds bio-threat response

    Nov 3, 2010

    Spurred by the 21st century's first flu pandemic, the Defense Department has developed new, faster ways to make vaccines that could save lives around the world.

  • Army striving for 'net-zero' energy use

    Nov 2, 2010

    The Army has a goal of "net-zero" energy consumption by 2030 -- one of three challenges laid out by the service's assistant secretary for installations, energy and the environment.

  • Rolling quietly into the future at Natick

    Nov 2, 2010

    As he rolled up the hill near Building 45 at U.S. Army Garrison Natick, Rich Valcourt flipped the high-gear switch on the right side of the steering column, stepped on the accelerator, and reached the top with power to spare.

  • Corps of Engineers, Commissary agency build sustainable facilities in Europe

    Nov 2, 2010

    The $21.5 million Ansbach facility will be the greenest commissary to date, with energy-saving features and sustainable initiatives.

  • Army researchers develop futuristic helmet

    Nov 2, 2010

    Imagine a future when a Soldier's helmet is an integrated communications center with a heads-up computer display, night vision, thermal sensors and enhanced hearing. That future is nearer than many think.

  • Army fields flame-resistant uniforms

    Oct 29, 2010

    The Army has begun to deploy special, high-tech flame-resistant uniforms engineered to safeguard Soldiers in aircraft and armored vehicles who could be exposed to fire and flames during an attack, service officials said.

  • Soldiers fly UAV, prepare to deploy

    Oct 28, 2010

    Oklahoma Army National Guard Soldiers fly unmanned aerial vehicles, prepare to deploy

  • Army building smarter robots

    Oct 28, 2010

    The U.S. Army is exploring ways to upgrade its fleet of roughly 3,000 small tactical robots in Iraq and Afghanistan designed to safeguard Soldiers by clearing buildings and caves and using sensors to sweep areas for Improvised Explosive Devices, service officials said.

  • Army leaders emphasize efficiency in modernization

    Oct 27, 2010

    The Army is working vigorously to institutionalize methods of finding efficiencies in order to meet Soldiers' needs, service leaders said Tuesday at a modernization panel.

  • Army plans large manned-unmanned demo

    Oct 27, 2010

    The U.S. Army is planning a largest-of-its-kind demonstration - called Manned Unmanned Systems Integration Concept, or MUSIC - at Dugway Proving Ground, Utah, in September of next year, service officials said.

  • Kiowa enhancements to give aging warrior new life

    Oct 27, 2010

    The Kiowa Warrior OH-58D, the Army's primary armed reconnaissance scout aircraft in Iraq and Afghanistan, is about to get a makeover that will extend its life well into the future.

  • Army leaders announce Enterprise Email

    Oct 26, 2010

    Army leadership discussed the progress of the LandWarNet enterprise strategy Monday, announcing the roll out of Enterprise Email.

  • Army enters low-rate production for Block III Apache

    Oct 25, 2010

    The U.S. Army has formally entered a low-rate production phase for its AH-64D Apache Block III helicopter -- a next generation attack aircraft with increased power, lift, maneuverability, communication with unmanned systems and hard-landing ability, service officials said.

  • System for burn victims among Army's top inventions

    Oct 25, 2010

    A system that helps restore the right amount of fluids to burn victims was selected recently as one of the Army's 10 Greatest Inventions.

  • BCTC trains with realistic, virtual fire support missions

    Oct 25, 2010

    A Soldier scans the battlefield, his heart pounding with excitement. Suddenly, the sound of small-arms fire fills the air, and 7.62-millimeter rounds kick dirt up around him.

  • 45th IBCT launches new Shadow

    Oct 22, 2010

    Members of the 45th Infantry Brigade Combat Team successfully launched and recovered its first RQ-7 unmanned aerial system at the Henry Post Army Airfield, October 19.

  • Apache helicopter wins DOD performance-based logistics award

    Oct 21, 2010

    The U.S. Army's AH-64 Apache attack helicopter program has been named recipient of a Department of Defense-level award for performance-based logistics.

  • Stryker mobile gun system lights up the sky

    Oct 21, 2010

    With its combination of precision fire, various tactical ammunitions and mobile agility it can be deployed against heavy and light armored vehicles, bunkers, fortified positions and dismounted troops either stationary or moving.

  • Army sees potential in adaptive battlefield network

    Oct 21, 2010

    Maneuvering through thick woods, in rugged terrain or in urban confines, soldiers risk losing radio connectivity and the ability to communicate.

  • Army testing diesel-electric truck

    Oct 20, 2010

    The Army is now testing a new Heavy Expanded Mobility Tactical Truck, or HEMTT A3 -- a 35,000-pound, diesel-electric-powered truck able to improve fuel economy by 20 percent and transport up to 100 kilowatts of exportable power.

  • Army emphasis on energy security evidenced by new senior-level office

    Oct 18, 2010

    The Army solidified its focus on energy security, Oct. 1, by elevating it assistant secretary of the Army-status.

  • Cybersecurity: Every user can be a first line of defense online

    Oct 18, 2010

    October is National Cyber Awareness Month. Cyberspace is an important domain and is vital to our way of life.

  • Upgrade kits for M4 come in 2011

    Oct 15, 2010

    The Army expects to field the new sniper rifle, the XM2010, by January. And the Mounted Solider System will reach a low rate initial production decision by mid-2011.

  • Picatinny lands 3 of the Army's 10 greatest inventions of 2009

    Oct 15, 2010

    Three technologies developed at Picatinny Arsenal were named among the 10 greatest Army inventions for 2009, according to a recent announcement released by the Army.

  • Army astronaut takes command of space station

    Oct 14, 2010

    The first U.S. Army astronaut to command the International Space Station said Wednesday the experience has been the pinnacle of his career.

  • Maneuver Battle Lab evaluates modified rear sight for MK19

    Oct 12, 2010

    The Maneuver Battle Lab just wrapped up a weeklong evaluation of a modified rear sight for the MK19 40mm grenade machine gun, comparing its effectiveness to the current version from mounted and dismounted platforms.

  • Textbook Science Comes Alive For Students

    Oct 8, 2010

    REDSTONE ARSENAL, Ala. -- In groups of about 15, high school students from across north Alabama got an up close view Sept. 29 of the helicopters, missiles and various hardware systems that have established Redstone Arsenal as a leader in engineering and development throughout the Army.

  • Tiny particles, huge impact: Nanotechnology to help warfighters

    Oct 8, 2010

    From the tanks they drive, to the armor they wear, to the ammunitions they fire - the "nano" powders developed by ARDEC's nanotechnology team can have practical applications in nearly every part of the Soldier's inventory.

  • Emergency exercise tests German-American cooperation

    Oct 5, 2010

    All over the world, the U.S. military provides support in emergency management, including during the recent flooding in Pakistan and earthquake in Haiti.

  • Army awards contract for upgraded sniper weapon system

    Sep 30, 2010

    A recently awarded weapons contract means Army snipers can expect to see an improved rifle, with an extended range, in the field by Christmas.

  • Gunnery training goes digital

    Sep 30, 2010

    Bradley Fighting Vehicle and tank crews from the Maneuver Center of Excellence fired on the Digital Multi-Purpose Range Complex this week as part of a government acceptance test, one of the final tasks to complete before the complex is ready for Soldier training.

  • Army partners with University of Maryland for R&D

    Sep 29, 2010

    The U.S. Army and the University of Maryland entered into a Cooperative Research and Development Agreement at the school's Jeong H. Kim Engineering Building Sept. 28.

  • Army talks communication priorities with industry

    Sep 28, 2010

    Leveraging commercial technologies for the Army's future was what industry representatives wanted to discuss at the Armed Forces Communications and Electronics Association monthly luncheon at the Ritz Carlton Hotel here Sept. 27.

  • USACE facilitates emergency operations, GIS workshop in Tajikistan

    Sep 28, 2010

    The USACE Civil Military Emergency Preparedness program sponsored an Emergency Operations Center and GIS Workshop for representatives from Tajikistan's Committee for Emergency Situations and Civil Defense and Ministry of Defense Aug. 9-13.

  • APS-4 equipment makes waves

    Sep 28, 2010

    APS-4 watercraft made waves on their way from Yokohama Harbor to the shores of Ito City. Two Landing Craft Utility (LCU) 2000-series boats participated in Pacific Reach 2010, Aug. 31 to Sept. 2, 2010.

  • Army Shadow earns DOD performance-based logistics award

    Sep 27, 2010

    The Army's Shadow unmanned aerial system was recently named the recipient of a Department of Defense award for performance-based logistics, in part for the high readiness rate of the system, its improved reliability and its decreasing cost of operation.

  • Black Jack artillerymen 'stay on target'

    Sep 27, 2010

    Four cannons point to the sky, fire in sequence and smoke fills the air. Then, the barrels lower into a 45 degree angle as they prepare to fire again.

  • Saving energy begins at local level

    Sep 27, 2010

    Every year the month of October is globally recognized as Energy Awareness Month. This year's Energy Awareness Month theme, "Powering America; We're on Target," identifies the need to continue aiming at energy targets to lower operating expenses, reduce greenhouse gas emissions, and develop cost-effective and sustainable energy resources, while maintaining our high mission readiness.

  • Building work force top challenge for Cyber Command

    Sep 24, 2010

    Building the cyber force is the biggest challenge for the new U.S. Cyber Command, the agency's commander told congress. The new U.S. Cyber Command, which is charged with protecting Department of Defense computer networks, is now approaching full operational capability at Fort Meade, Md., said Gen. Keith B. Alexander, commander, U.S. Cyber Command and director of the National Security Agency Sept. 23 before the House Armed Services Committee.

  • First class of UAS maintainers to graduate

    Sep 23, 2010

    The Unmanned Aircraft Systems Training Battalion graduates its first class of 15E UAS maintainers tomorrow, adding a new military occupational specialty to the Army. Fort Huachuca is now home to the MOS 15E. Soldiers in the new MOS maintain UASs, such as the Shadow, Grey Eagle (EMRP), and Hunter (MQ-5B).

  • Warfighters sharpen IED awareness on JKnIFE

    Sep 22, 2010

    The most current and relevant improvised explosive device facts are a few clicks away, online, at the Joint IED Defeat Organization's Knowledge and Information Fusion Exchange website.

  • Army Corps completes $28 million school building for Defense Language Institute

    Sep 21, 2010

    The Corps' Sacramento District has completed a $28 million school building for Defense Language Institute at the Presidio of Monterey. The energy-efficient building is one of three scheduled for Corps construction to accomodate the growing DLI.

  • Soldiers train ISF on auto repair, preventative maintenance

    Sep 20, 2010

    Some of those 50,000 Soldiers who've stayed behind in Iraq are busy now helping Iraqis learn valuable skills, such as auto repair. Mechanics with the 4th Advise and Assist Brigade, 3rd Infantry Division, are helping to improve the readiness of Iraqi Security Forces by instructing vehicle maintenance classes at Iraqi Army Camp Habiniya.

  • Army lauds achievements of RDECOM scientists

    Sep 17, 2010

    Six U.S. Army Research, Development and Engineering Command laboratories and 111 employees have been named 2009 Research and Development Achievement Award winners.

  • Device helps Soldiers communicate with Afghan citizens

    Sep 16, 2010

    The TransTac device, which will be fielded for the first time to the 101st Airborne Division (AASLT) to Afghanistan before the end of the calendar year, will be used by Soldiers to translate English to Dari or English to Pashto, and vice-versa.

  • Howe brothers bring Discovery Channel to Natick

    Sep 15, 2010

    A pair of identical twin brothers from Maine, accustomed to challenging themselves and their exotic equipment and then airing the results on television, found much to their liking in a Sept. 13 visit to the Natick Soldier Systems Center.

  • An Army first: Army astronaut to command Space Station

    Sep 14, 2010

    During an in-space ceremony at 5 p.m. EST on Sept. 22, Army astronaut Col. Doug Wheelock will become the new commander of the International Space Station.

  • Army hosts DOD, Indian delegation to discuss future R&D collaboration

    Sep 14, 2010

    The U.S. Army, Navy and Air Force met with an Indian delegation at Fort Monmouth, N.J. to discuss potential collaboration efforts in emerging information and command and control technologies, Aug 31 - Sept. 3. Government, industry and academia representatives from both countries presented research and discussed projects in the areas of service-oriented architecture, intelligent agents, language translation and artificial intelligence technologies.

  • Army hospital saves time with medical record system upgrade in Afghanistan

    Sep 14, 2010

    Using a major software upgrade to their medical records system, an Army Reserve hospital in Afghanistan leveraged Lean Six Sigma tools to streamline patient documentation, reduce steps for staff and save time.

  • G-3 says decades of digitization now paying off

    Sep 13, 2010

    The Army is now reaping benefits in Iraq and Afghanistan from two decades of digitization, said the general who in May assumed the reins of the Army G-3/5/7.

  • Soldiers, Families cautioned about releasing sensitive information

    Sep 10, 2010

    With the rising popularity of social networking sites, Soldiers and Family members now have the capability to distribute personal information, such as photos, videos and e-mail messages in real time. It is because of this that Fort Bragg officials warn against the distribution of sensitive information on public websites.

  • Fort Rucker CID agents 'diligently seek truth,' new recruits

    Sep 9, 2010

    Criminal Investigation Command is looking for new, qualified recruits to train as CID special agents.

  • Fort Bliss draws top Army officials during FFID exercise

    Sep 9, 2010

    Gen. George W. Casey Jr., Army chief of staff, and Gen. Ann E. Dunwoody, commanding general of U.S. Army Materiel Command, were among the observers during a demonstration of Capability Package 11-12 systems conducted by the Army's Future Force Integration Directorate located at Fort Bliss, Texas.

  • 'Grey Eagle' weaponized UAS slated for Afghanistan

    Sep 3, 2010

    Army unmanned aircraft systems officials said success was so great with the integration and testing of the Hellfire missile aboard the Grey Eagle UAS that the Army would begin deployment of four weaponized systems to Afghanistan in the fall.

  • Army eyes industry for energy efficiency alliances

    Aug 31, 2010

    To meet energy initiatives, to cut costs, and to help better protect Soldiers, the Army is looking to industry for solutions and partnerships.

  • Renewable energy powers Soldiers

    Aug 30, 2010

    Renewable energy sources will soon be powering batteries, vehicles and other pieces of equipment that give Soldiers an edge on the battlefield.

  • Signal officers win 'Apps for the Army' contest

    Aug 27, 2010

    Maj. Gregory Motes, Capt. Christopher Braunstein and Capt. Stacey Osborn assigned to Fort Gordon developed a mobile phone application that explains the program, and it won first place in the "Apps For the Army" contest.

  • Army partners with industry to test futuristic technologies

    Aug 26, 2010

    Employees from the U.S. Army Edgewood Chemical Biological Center's Smoke and Target Defeat Branch, in support of the Joint Project Manager Nuclear Biological Chemical Contamination Avoidance Obscuration Team, recently hosted more than 50 interested parties during a "proof of concept" demonstration of futuristic, non-lethal battlefield capabilities at the APG's M-Field.

  • Army asks industry to support warfighter requirements

    Aug 26, 2010

    What Soldiers need to be successful on the battlefield and how the technology should be developed were questions the Army and industry met to talk about during Panel Session One at the Team C4ISR Symposium in Baltimore yesterday.

  • As troops leave, choppers stay

    Aug 24, 2010

    As U.S. combat troops leave Iraq, the helicopters are sticking around.

  • Army improving helicopter protective measures

    Aug 19, 2010

    The Army is now crafting an integrated approach to aircraft survivability that combines input from multiple on-board sensors and uses that information to detect, track and defeat incoming enemy fire.

  • Agencies work to prevent, counter cyber crime

    Aug 19, 2010

    News agencies across the United States have been highlighting an alarming, invisible and rising threat, affecting citizens and therefore service members, worldwide.

  • Lakota helicopter flies strong now in National Capitol Region

    Aug 16, 2010

    The Army extended the presence of the UH-72A Lakota Helicopter into the Military District of Washington, Aug. 11, as it replaced the UH-1 Iroquois Helicopter, or Huey, at Fort Belvoir's Davison Army Airfield.

  • Army crafts tailorable tactical wheeled vehicle acquisition strategy

    Aug 12, 2010

    The U.S. Army has released its tactical wheeled vehicles acquisition strategy report to Congress, calling for a tailorable approach to vehicle procurement to include new buys and repair, sustainment and recapitalization of the existing fleet.

  • Army approves safer explosive to replace TNT

    Aug 11, 2010

    The U.S. Army recently qualified a new explosive that has the same lethality as traditional TNT, but is safer for Soldiers because it is far less likely to explode if dropped, shot at or hit by a roadside bomb during transport.

  • 'Sergeant Firewall' promotes information assurance at LandWarNet

    Aug 9, 2010

    Desktop computer users see his face each time they log in, reminding them to practice good cyber security.

  • Army astronaut makes 6th longest spacewalk in history

    Aug 9, 2010

    Two astronauts, one of whom is an Army colonel, took part in the sixth longest spacewalk in history Saturday as part of an effort to fix an ailing cooling system on the International Space Station.

  • Depot redesigns, assembles mobile biometrics system

    Aug 6, 2010

    Tobyhanna provides service and support for a Defense Department program that develops and deploys tools to verify the identity of people entering and exiting U.S. controlled military installations and during military operations worldwide.

  • LandWarNet 2010 lauded as huge success

    Aug 6, 2010

    The United States Army's premiere information technology and cyberspace operations showcase, LandWarNet 2010, came to a close last week in Tampa, Fla.

  • Chiarelli: Enemy acquiring technology faster

    Aug 5, 2010

    The Army needs to modernize the way it's allowed to buy technology, so it can put the best tools in the hands of the warfighter faster than the enemy pushes technology out to its foot soldiers, said the Army's vice chief of staff.

  • 'Apps for Army' to shape future software acquisition

    Aug 4, 2010

    Knowledge learned from the Army's recent "Apps for the Army" application-development challenge will be used to help the service more quickly acquire software applications.

  • LandWarNet 2010 launches in Tampa

    Aug 4, 2010

    The United States ArmyAca,!a,,cs premiere information technology/cyberspace operations showcase, LandWarNet 2010, kicked off Tuesday in Tampa, Fla.

  • Building out network top priority for Army

    Aug 4, 2010

    Top Army leaders are keenly focused on building out the Army information network said the Army's chief information officer.

  • LandWarNet opens with 4 keys to Internet security

    Aug 3, 2010

    Protection of the nation's computer networks requires focus on four key areas, said the NSA director on first day of the LandWarNet conference.

  • Army deploys innovative battery-recharging kit

    Aug 2, 2010

    The Army has begun deploying battery-recharging kits that run on renewable energy to Afghanistan. The Rucksack Enhanced Portable Power System, or REPPS, combines solar panels, connectors and adaptors for increased charging options.

  • Army research improves battlefield communications

    Aug 2, 2010

    Research being done at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory is leading to significant improvements in how Soldiers send and receive data - including videos, voice transmissions, and other communications - on the battlefield.

  • Army assessing lighter, contoured batteries for dismounted Soldiers

    Jul 26, 2010

    The U.S. Army is leveraging its annual C4ISR integrated capabilities event at Fort Dix to assess a contoured, rechargeable battery that will allow the Soldier to be more agile in the battlefield.

  • Australia, U.S. name finalists in worldwide robotics competition

    Jul 26, 2010

    Six high-tech science and technology teams from four continents have been named finalists in the inaugural Multi Autonomous Ground-Robotic International Challenge. Teams from the United States, Turkey, Japan and Australia have been selected by the U.S. and the Australian departments of defense to compete this November in Australia in an effort to develop the next generation of fully-autonomous ground robots.

  • 100th F model Chinook rolls out

    Jul 23, 2010

    The 100th F Model Chinook rolled out of the Boeing facility during a ceremony commemorating the milestone and the Army's acceptance of the aircraft at the Boeing plant in Philadelphia, Pa., July 22.

  • Army leaders praise successful network integration exercise

    Jul 23, 2010

    The U.S. Army's Brigade Combat Team Integration exercise at White Sands Missile Range, N.M., July 12-16 connected Soldiers, sensors, UAVs, networked vehicles on-the-move, command posts and other nodes over long distances through satellite and software-programmable radios as part of an effort to evaluate the progress of its battlefield network.

  • Army technology expands snake-robotics

    Jul 23, 2010

    Development of snake-like technology underway at the U.S. Army Research Laboratory is moving the military toward sending more autonomous systems instead of Soldiers on search-and-rescue missions, a top priority in the most dangerous mission areas.

  • Exercise helps Army plan network's future

    Jul 21, 2010

    Members of several Army technology development offices conducted an exercise on White Sands Missile Range July 12-16 to evaluate the connectivity of various items in the development of a wide-reaching wireless military communications and battle-control network.

  • Army exercise decentralizes network, commander

    Jul 20, 2010

    The Brigade Combat Team Integration Exercise which concluded last week brought together engineers from the Army acquisition community, Soldiers from the Army Evaluation Task Force and the Army's senior leaders who each experienced firsthand the Army's future tactical network at White Sands Missile Range, N.M., and Aberdeen Proving Ground, Md.

  • Vice Chief of Staff views critical mission at Army ammunition plant

    Jul 20, 2010

    The second most senior man in the U.S. Army saw both the dedication and the challenges facing ammunition plant employees and the mission in general.

  • Army officials continue push for system consolidation

    Jul 19, 2010

    Army officials continue to push for a consolidation of network systems to run on a single common operating environment and for network efficiency across the service.

  • NASA, Army collaboration takes gamers to moon

    Jul 19, 2010

    Eight years after the Army Game Studio launched its initial first-person shooter video game, "America's Army Recon," NASA joined in with the release of its prototype game, "Moonbase Alpha," July 6.

  • New site provides best safety practices for privately owned weapons

    Jul 14, 2010

    A new interactive site, called Firearms Safety Techniques, was developed by the U.S. Army Combat Readiness/Safety Center to help reduce off-duty accidental firearms incidents and is now available online.

  • Trashcan-like UAS useful tool for Stryker team

    Jul 13, 2010

    Short and squat in stature, with spindly legs sticking out underneath and a loud, whiny engine like a leaf-blower on steroids, the gasoline-powered Micro Air Vehicle, or gMAV, won't be winning beauty contests anytime soon.

  • Security changes impact some AKO users

    Jul 13, 2010

    Recent security changes for Army Knowledge Online prevented a small number of users with older browsers from accessing the web-based portal.

  • JRTC roleplay props: Ultimate in special effects

    Jul 9, 2010

    Prior to deployment, units from throughout the Army participate in a rotation, a series of immersive training exercises conducted at the JRTC over the course of several days or weeks.

  • Fort Bliss moving toward 'net-zero' energy compliance

    Jul 8, 2010

    Power consumption at Fort Bliss, Texas, has dropped by three megawatts, and the post is looking to shed even more in its quest to become a "net zero" energy installation.

THE ARMY NOW

More Videos

STAND-TO!
WORLD VIEW(Links to external media)