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AVIONICS
BIOELECTRONICS
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CRYSTALS
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GENERAL
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NANOTECHNOLOGY
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PHOTONICS
POLICY
POWER
QUANTUM MECHANICS
RADAR
ROBOTS
SENSORS
SIGNAL PROCESSING
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SMART CARDS
SMART STRUCTURES
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YEAR 2000
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AVIONICS


"Future Aircraft Electronics Portend Gigabit Processing,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1992, p. 20.

"Aircraft Sensors Unmask Foes, Anytime, Anywhere,"
Sept. 1992, p. 25.

"Civil Transport Blueprint Exploits Fighter Avionics,"
Sept. 1992, p. 33.

"Aviation Industry Wrangles As Competition Intensifies,"
Sept. 1992, p. 39.

"Defense Technology Quickens Avionics Growth, Upgrades,"
Sept. 1992, p. 43.

"Generic Aerial Electronics Impart Tactical Exchanges,"
Sept. 1992, p. 47.

"Dogfighting Triumph Hinges On Avionics, Software Code,"
Sept. 1992, p. 53.

"European Avionics Soar For Military, Civil Uses,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Sept. 1992, p. 57.

"Canadian Avionics Industry Stretches for Global Niches,"
Sept. 1992, p. 61.

"Open Systems Architecture Standard for Space Avionics,"
Richard B. Wray, Sept. 1992, p. 62.

"Advanced Avionics Vector Fighters Into Combat Roles,"
Sept. 1993, p. 45.

"Airliner Computers Bring Economy, Operating Ease,"
Robert Ropelewski, Feb. 1996, p. 38.

"Low-Observable Techniques Rest on Avionics Integration,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1996, p. 47.

"Advanced Processor Boosts Aging Aircraft's Performance,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jun. 1997, p. 23.

"Precision Navigation Sensors Increase Helicopter Survival,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1997, p. 47.

Air Force Global Engagement Strategy Spurs Avionics Focus,"
Sept. 1997, p. 55.

"Digital Data Processors Link Aircraft Engines, Diagnostics,"
Oct. 1997, p. 63.

"Aircraft Control Becomes a Meeting of Electronic Minds,"
Oct. 1997, p. 67.

"Integrated Avionics System Eases F-22 Pilot's Workload,"
Nov. 1997, p. 45.

"Joint Strike Fighter Program Chases Cost-Effective Avionics Development,"
David A. Brown, Dec. 1998, p. 65.

"China Forges Ahead With Indigenous Avionics Base,"
James C. Bussert, Feb. 1999, p. 77.

"Tactical Airborne Displays Advance to High-Performance Commercial Technology,"
Edward J. Walsh, Mar. 1999, p. 43

"Spray-on Antennas Make Their Mark,"
July 2001, p. 23.


BIOELECTRONICS

"Bioelectronics Computer Era Merges Organic, Solid State,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1994, p. 15.

"Selective Biological Cells Grow as Neural Networks,"
Feb. 1994, p. 19.

"Genetic Algorithms Stimulate Unmanned Vehicle Missions,"
Dr. Jude E. Franklin, Dec. 1994, p. 27.

"Molecular Biology Computation Captures International Research,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1996, p. 17.

"Scientist Predicts Expanding Networks, Future Full of Personal Conveniences,"
Maryann Lawlor, Jan. 1998, p. 39.

"Organic Compounds Illuminate Novel Light-Emitting Diodes,"
Apr. 1998, p. 23.

"Futuristic Materials Inspired By Biological Counterparts,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 2000, p. 37.

"For Security, the Eyes Have It,"
March 2001, p. 56.

"Biometrics Charts Course to Secure Future,"
May 2001, p. 66.

"Fusion Center Unites Diverse Research Groups," August 2001, p. 35.




COMPUTERS

"Combining Supercomputers Expands Market Potential,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1990, p. 37.

"Computer Advances Open Up Peripherals Industry,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Apr. 1990, p. 79.

"Emerging Technology is Clear in Defense Programs,"
Dr. Gregory H. Canavan, Aug. 1990, p. 53.

"Gallium Arsenide Chips for Superfast Supercomputers,"
Dave Kiefer and John Heightely, Jan. 1989, p. 55.

"In Limited Analyses, Neural Networks Outpace Humans,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Apr. 1990, p. 36.

"Information System Eases Concurrent Engineering,"
Randy Welch, Apr. 1990, p. 67.

"Intelligence Agency Makes Special Classified Chips,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., May 1990, p. 117.

"Military Micro Users Require Reliable Memory,"
Bill Morrison, Jun. 1988, p. 201.

"Neural Networks Blossom for Aerial Vehicles,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1991, p. 25.

"Parallel Computers Emerge in Complex Applications,"
Michael A. Robinson, Nov. 1990, p. 73.

"Parallel Processing Growth Rallies Computing Industry,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1991, p.17.

"Parallel Processors Expand Signal, Image Capabilities,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1991, p. 33.

"Powerful Optical Computers Unlock New Research,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Mar. 1990, p. 47.

"Precision and Punch Soar With Embedded Computers,"
Maj. Richard D. Borenstein, USAF, Nov. 1991, p. 37.

"Scalable Processing Power Flows from Parallel Systems,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1991, p. 39.

"Transputers Provide Tiny Packages of Speed, Power,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Aug. 1990, p. 32.

"Mission Planning System Eases Fighter Pilot Load,"
Maj. Richard D. Borenstein, USAF, Feb. 1992, p. 24.

"Computer Technology Stands Poised for Substantial Leap,"
David Shore, Feb. 1993, p. 35.

"Advanced High-Speed Chips Move to Parallel Processing,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jun. 1993, p. 23.

"High Performance Computing Looms as Technology Matures,"
Merritt E. Jones and Anthony J. Elam, Nov. 1993, p. 76.

"Parallel Processing March Shades Sequential Devices,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., January 1994, p. 17.

"Decade's Defense Science Driven by External Forces,"
January 1994, p. 23.

"Commercial Technologies Enhance Military Computing,"
James J. Zapalac, Feb. 1994, p. 31.

"Battlefield Work Stations Provide Awesome Power,"
Nov. 1994, p. 25.

"Bantam Handheld Computer Provides Tactical Data Entry,"
Nov. 1994, p. 29.

"Advanced Processors Chip Away Defense Electronics Bottlenecks,"
Nov. 1994, p. 63.

"Error Correction Enhances Communications Integrity,"
Nov. 1994, p. 69.

"Computer Eye View Enables Critical Information Delivery,"
Dec. 1994, p. 59.

"Microprocessors Threaten Supercomputing's Progress,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), Feb. 1995, p. 12.

"Computing Advances Drive Industrial, Scientific March,"
Feb. 1995, p. 21.

"Quantum Effect Transistors Spark High-Speed Computing,"
May 1995, p. 65.

"Powerful Technologies Surf Software and Services Wave,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., June 1995, p. 21.

"Parallel Supercomputing Is Brought Down to Size,"
Oct. 1995, p. 61.

"Molecular Biology Computation Captures International Research,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1996, p. 17.

"Airliner Computers Bring Economy, Operating Ease,"
Robert Ropelewski, Feb. 1996, p. 38.

"Memory Chip Facility Readies Sub-Micron Fabrication Startup,"
David A. Brown, Feb. 1996, p. 45.

"Digital Organisms Emerge From Randon Code Soup,"
April 1996, p. 31.

"Quantum Logic Gate Quest Progresses to Laboratory,"
Andrew C. Braunberg, April 1996, p. 47.

"Portable Work Station Offers Desktop Model Performance,"
Dec. 1996, p. 59.

"Portable Work Station Offers Desktop Model Performance,"
Dec. 1996, p. 59.

"Parallel Evolution Leads to Metacomputing Advances,"
Sean Patrick Burgess, Feb. 1997, p. 39.

"Natural Language Processing Duplicates Human Dexterity,"
Jun 1997, p. 29.

"Army's Common Volume Program Assists Information Building Blocks,"
Jun 1997, p. 57.

"Multislot Portables Prod Vital Computer Markets,"
Jun 1997, p. 101.

"Commercial Processors Catapult Ruggedized U.K. Military Options,"
(Lynwood) Sept. 1998, p. 39.

"University Establishes Research Hub To Delve into Wireless Opportunities,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Dec. 1998. p. 17.

"Microprocessor Research Aims At Shattering Speed Records,"
Fred V. Reed, Jan. 1999, p. 56.

"High-Level Graphics Computing Migrates to Desktop Machines,"
Feb. 1999, p. 46

"Data Visualization Software Maps Networks, Business Processes and Transportation
Routes," May 1999, p. 29

"Remote Computing Utility Eases Interface Problems," July 1999, p. 65.

"Software Algorithms Add Fuel to Processor Speed,"
Fred V. Reed, August 1999, p. 73.

"Turbo Codes Offer Broadcasting At Near-Channel Capacity,"
Henry S. Kenyon, (Adaptive Broadband) September 1999, p. 66.

"Data-Sifting Intelligent Agents Nourish Virtual Environments,"
October 1999, p. 65.

"Providers Uncover Different Approach to Software
Access," Sharon Berry, May 2000, p. 60.

"Rx for Ailing Data Devices,"
January 2001, p. 53.

"Dawn of the Refuelable Laptop,"
Henry S. Kenyon, June 2001, p. 31.

"Modeling to Thwart Terrorism,"
Oct. 2002, p. 45.

"Seeing in a Different Light,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Jan. 2003, p. 35.

"Researchers Leave Terrorists Nowhere to Hide,"
Feb. 2003, p. 43.

Computer Storage Banks Vault Into the Future,"
Sharon Berry, Mar. 2003, p. 53.

"It Takes a Team to Support An Army of One,"
Sharon Berry, May 2003, p. 47.

"Computer Language Seeks Deeper Meaning,"
Henry S. Kenyon, June 2003, p. 59.

"Self-Managing Computers Come Online,"
Sharon Berry, July 2003, p. 53.




CRYSTALS

"Frequency Control Gains Aid Electronic Systems,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1991, p. 81.

"Digital Dust Sweeps Away Traditional Networking,"
Sharon Berry, March 2001, p. 53.



DISPLAYS

"Army's Display Technology Emerging to Eclipse HDTV,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Aug. 1990, p. 25.

"Future Cockpit Displays are Caught in Policy Debate,"
Edward J. Walsh, Jun. 1990, p. 84.

"Graphics Display Technology in Avionics,"
Greg Wilson and Lorin Bice, Apr. 1988, p. 75.

"High Definition Television, Information Systems Suffer Myopia,"
David Shore, Nov. 1989, p. 77.

"High Definition Television: A Primer,"
Lonnie Lindsey, Aug. 1989, p. 73.

"Liquid Crystal Displays Show Up In Flight Systems,"
John Rhea, Aug. 1990, p. 36.

"Flat Panel Displays Shine,"
May 1992, p. 32.

"ARPA Pursues Multitrack Approach to New Displays,"
Robert K. Ackerman, May 1993, p. 19.

"Computer Eye View Enables Critical Information Delivery,"
Dec. 1994, p. 59.

"Digital High-Definition Devices Portend Display Industry Shifts,"
May 1995, p. 68.

"Flat Panel Research Tests Policy Concept,"
William H. Gregory, Sept. 1995, p. 59.

"Graphics Generation Takes a Giant Leap Out of Laboratory,"
Silicon Graphics. Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 1996, p. 23.

"Scientist Predicts Expanding Networks, Future Full of Personal Conveniences,"
Maryann Lawlor, Jan. 1998, p. 39.

"Innovations Propose Marriage Of Diamonds, Semiconductors,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 1998, p. 23.

"Directory Products' Capacities Grow From Object Technology,"
Feb. 1998, p. 45.

"Infrared Beam Transports Stranded Imagery and Data,"
Dec. 1997, p. 68.

"Organic Compounds Illuminate Novel Light-Emitting Diodes,"
Apr. 1998, p. 23.

"Network-Centric Warfare Beckons Decision Makers
May 1998, p. 53.

"New Display Advances Brighten Situational Awareness Picture,"
August 1998, p. 45.

"Visualizing Information Emerges As Major Element of Operations,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 1999, p. 17

"High-Level Graphics Computing Migrates to Desktop Machines,"
Feb. 1999, p. 46

"Unconventional Screen Components Ride the Wave to Future Convenience,"
Mar. 1999, p. 40

"Tactical Airborne Displays Advance to High-Performance Commercial Technology,"
Edward J. Walsh, Mar. 1999, p. 43

"Innovative Screens Make Life Easier for Military Users,"
Mar. 1999, p. 47

"Collaborative Tool Builds Virtual Gathering Places,"
May 1999, p. 21

"Data Visualization Software Maps Networks, Business Processes and Transportation Routes,"
May 1999, p. 29

"Industry Team Proposes Alternative Situational Awareness Technology,"
Maryann Lawlor, May 1999, p. 37

"Frequency Control Gains Aid Electronic Systems, "
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1991, p. 81.

"British Researchers Plan Future Electronic Society,"
Robert K. Ackerman, July 1999, p. 17.

"Interactive Data Display Devices Help Commanders Get The
Picture," July 2000, p. 27.

"Advancing the State of the Art in Command and Control,"
Alfred G. Brandstein, Henrik Friman and Gary E. Horne, May 2001, p. 49.

"Aerial View Sharpened By Data-Sharing System,"
November 2001, p. 33.

"Synthesizing The big Picture,"
Henry S. Kenyon, June 2002, p. 17.

"Marines Elevate Control of Command Information,"
Maryann Lawlor, Mar. 2003, p. 27.





ELECTRONICS

"Meet AFCEA's Shaker, the Electron,"
David Shore, Jul. 1991, p. 21.

"French Helmet Visors Clear The Skies for Combat Pilots,"
Robert K. Ackerman, August 1996, p. 43.

"Human-Computer Interface Research Aims To Standardize Digital Battlefield,"
Robert Ropelewski, Sept. 1996, p. 63.

"Electronics and Sensors Steer Precision Target Engagement,"
Dec. 1998, p. 69.

"Low-Power Electronics Redraw Satellite Design,"
June 2000, p. 91.

"Network Management Moves to a New Level,"
March 2001, p. 41.

"Digital Dust Sweeps Away Traditional Networking,"
Sharon Berry, March 2001, p. 53.

"All-Optical Communications Command Missile Flight,"
May 2001, p. 55.

"A Semiconductor Base in Peril,"
Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman, Nov, 2003, p. 43.



ELECTRO-OPTICS

"Electro-Optics Provide Vital Military Capacity,"
Lawrence J. Acchione, Mar. 1991, p. 92.

"New Image Intensifiers Provide Clearer Picture,"
Dan Boyle, Mar. 1991, p. 95.

"Night Imaging Magic Opens Intrepid Maneuver Warfare,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Aug. 1991, p. 49.

"Vision Center Brightens Night Combat Operations,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Mar. 1991, p. 38.

"Optical Signal Processing Offers C3I Antijamming,"
Jan. 1992, p. 37.

"Science is Drumbeat, Catalyst for Combat's Changing Visage,"
May 1992, p. 43.

"Los Alamox Science Prompts Atomic Level Electric Fields,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jan. 1993, p. 25.

"New Measurement Technology Operates at the Fringe of Light,"
Sept. 1995, p. 75.

"Europe's Tactical Weapons Gain Electro-Optic Growth,"
Nov. 1995., p. 69.

"Hybrid Optoelectronic Chip Surmounts Data Hindrance,"
Feb. 1996, p. 49.

"Optical Networks Close in on Trillions of Bits Per Second, " July 1998, p. 55.

"Infrared Beam Transports Stranded Imagery and Data,"
Dec. 1997, p. 68.

"Plastic Opto-Chips Offer Promise of Greater
Communications Bandwidth," July 2000, p. 21.

"Ladar Illuminates Optical Sensors,"
August 2002, p. 63.

"Sensors Empower Future Soldiers,"
Nov. 2003, p. 23.

"Fleet Defense Eyes Lasers,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Dec. 2003, p. 27.




FIBER OPTICS

"Fiber Optics Revolution Offers New Applications,"
Wayne P. Gagner, Mar. 1990, p. 61.

"Optical Amplifiers Offer Improved Transmissions,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1991, p. 98.

"Polymeric Cables Offer Optical Military Uses,"
M. M. Ramsay and Dr. A. C. Grey, Mar. 1990, p. 67.

"Fiber Optics Enhance Secure Telephone Use,"
Jerry D. Johnson, April 1994, p. 60.

"Embedded Optical Devices Sharpen Tactical Precision,"
Nov. 1995, p. 39.

"Optical Networks Close in on Trillions of Bits Per Second,"
July 1998, p. 55.

"Plastic Opto-Chips Offer Promise of Greater
Communications Bandwidth," July 2000, p. 21.

"Australia Delves Into Digital,"
Alec Umansky, November 2000, p. 61.

"All-Optical Communications Command Missile Flight,"
May 2001, p. 55.



GENERAL

"Communications, Electronics Scientific Advances Explode,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 26.

"DARPA's Advances Provide Basis for Rapid Progression,"
Stanley P. Dereska, Feb. 1990, p. 29.

"Electronics Interest Peaks Amidst Desert Storm Action,"
Staff Report, Mar. 1991, p. 103.

"Electronics Research Spurs Information Exchange Horse,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Aug. 1991, p. 89.

"Essential C3I Offers Payoff For Big Ticket Investments,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 20.

"Information Technology Runs User's Bandwidth Bandwagon,"
January 1994, p. 34.

"Impact of New Technologies Assessed by Defense Agency,"
Col. Gordon W. Arbogast, USA, and Dr. Gino J. Coviello, Aug. 1990, p. 59.

"National Science Center Spurs Technical Growth,"
LTGen. Clarence E. McKnight, Jr., USA (Ret.), Apr. 1990, p. 89.

"National Technical Reservoir Vital For 1990s Challenge,"
Robert H. Williams, Feb. 1991, p. 55.

"Policy Unveiled to Stem Technology Base Erosion,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Dec. 1990, p. 39.

"Quick Technical Applications Field Advanced Capabilities,"
Stanley P. Dereska, Nov. 1990, p. 19.

"Spray Painting With Atoms Offers Advanced Materials,"
Christopher L. Allyn, Mar. 1990, p. 21.

"Ultrasmall Devices Portend Large Gains,"
Charles R. Petty, Feb. 1990, p. 53.

"Electronic Einsteins Emerge Offer Imagery Moving Might,"
Clarence A. Robinson Jr., Jan. 1992, p. 61.

"Pentagon Picks Technology For New Weapons, Systems,"
Jun. 1992, p. 51.

"Military's Digital Tools Slay Civil Paper Dragons,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1993, p. 16.

"Changing Times Implode Defense Science Dynamics,"
Dr. Gregory H. Canavan, Sept. 1993, p. 49.

"High-Bit-Rate Digital Data Enter Conventional Wiring,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Dec. 1993. p. 49.

"Laboratory Exploits Latest Dimensions in Technology,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., April 1994, p. 31.

"More Demands, Changing Customer Base Define Market for Cases, Enclosures,"
Beverly P. Mowery, Oct. 1994, p. 39.

"Enclosure Makers Cautiously Approach Market Versatility,"
Oct. 1994, p. 43.

"Virtual Prototype Advances Displace Engineering Mockups,"
William H. Gregory, Oct. 1994, p. 61.

"Electronic Systems Center Meets Operator's Demands,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Mar. 1995, p. 29.

"Information Demands Drive Data Base Interoperability,"
Bhavani Thuraisingham, Dec. 1995, p. 63.

"Speech Recognition Matures, Computer Controls Advance,"
William H. Gregory, Jan. 1996, p. 47.

"Advanced Information Systems Impel Operational Technologies,"
Mar. 1996, p. 41.

"Quantum Logic Gate Quest Progresses to Laboratory,"
Andrew C. Barunberg, April 1996, p. 47.

"Optical Fiber Technique Sparks Local Area Network Expansion,"
Jan. 1997, p. 51.

"Research Objectives Support Joint War Fighter Operations,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jan. 1997, p. 19.

"Battlespace System Offers Data Anywhere, Anytime,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Jan. 1997, p. 26.

"Acute Basic Research Dominates Defense Science and Technology,"
July 1997, p. 29.

"Scientist Predicts Expanding Networks, Future Full of Personal Conveniences,"
Maryann Lawlor, Jan. 1998, p. 39.

"Federal, Corporate Cooperation Cultivates Speculative Proposals,"
Maryann Lawlor, Apr. 1998, p. 27.

"More Dollars Make Sense in Quest to Advance Information Technologies,"
August 1998, p. VG 11.

"New Crew Return Vehicle Offers Enhanced Safety for Space Station,"
David A. Brown, August 1998, p. 73.

"Military Research Reorganization Consolidates Technologies, Goals,"
July 1999, p. 23.

"Today's Exploration Launches 2001: A Battlespace Odyssey,"
Maryann Lawlor, Dec. 1999, p. 17.

"Social Needs Mold Government Policy, Spur Future Scientific Research,"
Michelle L. Hankins, Dec. 1999, p. 22.

"Technology and Human Thought Drive Future Communications Systems,"
Sharon Berry, Dec. 1999, p. 29.

"Development Program Etches Future for Mobile Robots,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Feb. 2000, p. 23.

"Futuristic Materials Inspired By Biological Counterparts,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 2000, p. 37.

"Nanotechnology Paves Way for Coming Scientific Revolution,"
Henry S. Kenyon, July 2000, p. 17.

"New Economic Horizon Comes Into View,"
October 2000, p. 38.

"Two Teams to Bring Power to The People,"
October 2000, p. VG 10.

"Digital Dust Sweeps Away Traditional Networking,"
Sharon Berry, March 2001, p. 53.

"Battlefield Cognizance Tool Points to Future,"
June 2001, p. 21.

"Wearable Translator Makes Phrase Books Obsolete,:
Sharon Berry, June 2001, p. 57.

"Processing Technologies Give Robots The Upper Hand,"
Robert K. Ackerman, July 2001, p. 17.

"Spray-on Antennas Make Their Mark,"
July 2001, p. 23.

"Prognosis for Self-Healing Materials Is a Longer Life, Less Maintenance,"
Sharon Berry, uly 2001, p. 28.

"Honing One Vision Of Joint,"
Maryann Lawlor, August 2001, p. 53.

"Plug in, Turn on, Surf Away,"
September 2001, p. 43.

Technologists Plan Tactical Future,"
Robert K. Ackerman, November 2001, p. 24
.
"Dressing the Wired Warrior,"
November 2001, p. 29.

"Aerial View Sharpened By Data-Sharing System,"
November 2001, p. 33.

"Information Plus Context Equals Knowledge,"
February 2002, p. 37.

"Superlattices Chill Hot Processors,"
Henry S. Kenyon, March 2002, p. 62.

"Old Technology Solves New Problems,"
Paul Dixon, April 2002, p. 63.

"Persistent Surveillance Comes Into View,"
Robert K. Ackerman, May 2002, p. 17.

"Federal Government Equips First Responders,"
Henry S. Kenyon, May 2002, p. 49.

"Intelligence Technology Development Accelerates,"
Robert K. Ackerman, June 2002, p. 27.

"Army Views Other Services as Transformation Template,"
Robert K. Ackerman, July 2002, p. 31.

"Communications-Electronics Command Builds in Change,"
July 2002, p. 37.

"Dressing to the Nines On the Battle Lines,"
Sharon Berry, July 2002, p. 47.

"Uncooled Photonic Devices Shine,"
Jan 2003, p. 31.

"Army's Muddy Laboratory Sparkles,"
May 2003, p. 23.

"Air Force Looks At the Big Picture,"
May 2003, p. 35.

"Navigating Against Terrorism,"
June 2003, p. 47.

"Putting a Face on Invisible Danger,"
Robert Steele and Larry Panell, June 2003, p. 55.






IDENTIFICATION

"Dodging Automobile Crashes Opens Electronic Passports,"
Jun. 1992, p. 45.

"Integrated Circuit Device Enables Immediate Information Access,"
Paula A. Gould and Beverly T. Schaeffer, Apr. 1993, p. 55.

"Microcircuit Technology Improves Readiness, Saves Resources,"
Maryann Lawlor, Aug. 1993, p. 53.

"U.S. Forces Seek Affordable Solutions Top Combat Identification Problems,"
Cmdr. George Cornelius, USN (Ret.), Sept. 1994, p. 71.

"Acoustic Detection Traces Bullet, Shell Trajectories,"
Nov. 1994, p. 59.

"Advanced Infrared Detectors Transition to Commercial Uses,"
Barry Blechman and Scott Lush, Jan. 1995, p. 51.

"High-Technology Divining Rod Points Out Human Presence,"
Oct. 1996, p. 53.

"Real-Time Imagery Data Analysis Broadens Sensor System Reach,"
Maryann Lawlor, Nov. 1996, p. 67.

"Satellites, Radios Combine For Location, Identification,"
Dec. 1996, p. 45.

"Thermal Pattern Recognition System Faces Security Challenges Head On,"
Maryann Lawlor, Nov. 1997, p. 64.

"Biometrics Eclipse Passwords to Ensure Confidentiality, Privacy,"
Mar. 1998, p. 53.

"Atlantic Alliance Efforts Provide Common Combat Identification,"
Fred V. Reed, May 1998, p. 43.

"Radar Flashlight Illuminates Humans Hidden Behind Walls,"
June 1998, p. 89.

"Advanced Digital Receiver Offers Precision Location, Identification,"
July 1998, p. 41.

"Future Towed-Array Sonar Designs Linked to Specialized Processing,"
Dec. 1998, p. 41.

"Optical Correlator Invigorates Real-Time Pattern Recognition,"
Dec. 1998, p. 44.

"Advanced Systems Elevate Level Of Cooperation Between Troops,"
August 2000, p. 33.

"Personal Physiological Monitors Find Warfighter-Effeciveness Edge,"
Maryann Lawlor, August 2000, p. 47.

"Criminals Face Capture as New Technology Partners With Law Enforcement,"
October 2000, p. VG 11.

"For Security, the Eyes Have It,"
March 2001, p. 56.

"Tactical Networking Program Takes Aim at Mobile Targets,"
Christian B. Sheehy, March 2001, p. 60.

"Taking the Search Out of Search and Rescue,"
May 2001, p. 37.

"Systems Integration Offers Answers To Fault Analysis,"
May 2001, p. 59.

"Biometrics Charts Course to Secure Future,"
May 2001, p. 66.

"Battlefield Cognizance Tool Points to Future,"
June 2001, p. 21.

"Reasoning System Thinks One Step Ahead of Adversary,"
Christian B. Sheehy, June 2001, p. 37.

"Fusion Center Unites Diverse Research Groups," August 2001, p. 35.

"Afghanistan Imagery Reveals Snapshot of Future Challenges,"
February 2002, p. 21.

"Biometric Defense In Depth,"
May 2002, p. 61.

"Ladar Illuminates Optical Sensors,"
August 2002, p. 63.

"Low-Technology Foes Require High-Technology Detection,"
Oct. 2002, p. 23.

"Signal Intelligence System Uncovers Enemy Sites,"
Maryann Lawlor, Oct. 2002, p. 29.

"Modeling to Thwart Terrorism,"
Oct. 2002, p. 45.

"Chinese Naval Sonar Evolves From Foreign Influences,"
James C. Bussert, Dec. 2002, p. 57.

"Navigating Against Terrorism,"
June 2003, p. 47.

"Keeping Track of the Blue Force,"
July 2003, p. 37.

"Sensors Empower Future Soldiers,"
Nov. 2003, p. 23.



IMAGERY

"Brilliant Eyes Technology Provides Dual-Mode Viewing,"
Dr. Gregory H. Canavan and Dr. Edward Teller, Dec. 1990, p. 29.

"Integrated Cockpit System Combines Audio and Visual,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1991, p. 83.

"Processing and Displays Open Imagery Exploitation,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 45.

"Softcopy Demand Grows for Photo Replacement,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., May 1990, p. 121.

"Electronic Imaging Flowers Via Software Enhancements,"
Robert H. Williams, Feb. 1992, p. 41.

"Today's Imaging Advances Offer Pictures Worth a Thousand Words,"
Gen. John A. Wickham, Jr., USA (Ret.), May 1992, p. 19.

"Digital Technology Spawns Vivid Imaging Revolution,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., May 1992, p. 21.

"U.S. Laboratories Probe New Imaging Frontiers,"
Robert K. Ackerman, May 1992, p. 27.

"Digital Image Processing Opens Automatic Targeting,"
May 1992, p. 36.

"Visual Information Takes Flight in the Air Force,"
Major Richard D. Borenstein, USAF, May 1992, p. 41.

"Pentagon's Research Spurs Precision Imaging Systems,"
Ronald D. Elliott, May 1992, p. 67.

"Imaging Joins Technology Parade,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), May 1993, p. 17.

"Micromechanical Device Stalks High Definition Image Markets,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., May 1993, p. 25.

"Binary Data Patterns Prod Multimedia Imaging Power,"
May 1993, p. 30.

"Data Base Storage Software Enables Imagery Retrieval,"
May 1993, p. 35.

"Imaging Technologies Alleviate Document Processing Concerns,"
Herbert F. Schantz, May 1993, p. 43.

"Images View Bright Future In Photo, Document Storage,"
May 1993, p. 47.

"Unique Visual Tools Aid Critical Materials Science,"
Jun. 1993, p. 93.

"Vivid Digital Imagery Offers Real-Time Tactical Control,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Nov. 1993, p. 23.

"Multimedia Image Systems Entrench Amid Foxholes,"
January 1994, p. 58.

"Software Support Tools Aid Video Imaging Chips,"
Jon Wroblewski, April 1994, p. 61.

"Digital Radar Imagery Probes Surveillance Sensors' Defects,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Jun. 1994, p. 15.

"Document Image Capture Cuts Tax Gobbledygook,"
Jun 1994, p. 26.

"Low-Cost Imagery Processing Reaches Echelons Below Corps,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1995, p. 47.

"Imaging Power Drives Myriad Information Technology Tasks,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), June 1995, p. 13.

"Air Force Planners Exploit Commercial Space Imagery,"
Robert K. Ackerman, June 1995, p. 15.

"Powerful Technologies Surf Software and Services Wave,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., June 1995, p. 21.

"Electrifying Scenery Emerges From Semiconductor Technology,"
June 1995, p. 33.

"Myriad Imaging Applications Emerge From Microelectronics,"
June 1995, p. 39.

"Imaging Focus Changes From Products to System Solutions,"
Herbert F. Schantz, June 1995, p. 45.

"Telemedicine Communications Rescue Battlefield Casualties,"
June 1995, p. 62.

"Once-Secret Technology Assists Cancer Detection,"
June 1995, p. 66.

"Virtual Reality Simulates Manufacturing Processes,"
Andrew C. Braunberg, June 1995, p. 47.

"Intelligent Scene Monitoring Drives Security, Surveillance,"
July 95, p. 29.

"Unmanned Surveillance Vehicle Grabs Over-the-Horizon Imagery,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept 1995, p. 15.

"Sea-Based Image Processing Aids Precision Weapon Strikes,"
Nov. 1995., p. 17.

"Graphics Generation Takes a Giant Leap Out of Laboratory,"
Silicon Graphics. Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 1996, p. 23.

"Chip Architecture Removes Signal Processing Bottleneck,"
Feb. 1996, p. 58.

"Advanced Information Systems Impel Operational Technologies,"
Mar. 1996, p. 41.

"Imagery, Mapping Agency's Client Focus Drives Agility,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., April 1996, p. 39.

"Modern Battlefields Demand Stalwart Industry Practices,"
April 1996. p. 43.

"Networks Enhance Tactical Warrior's Imagery Support,"
Dr. Annette J. Krygiel, May 1996, p. 65.

"Remote Sensing Advances Spur Geospatial Products,"
Robert K. Ackerman, June 1996, p. 23.

"Robust Military Networks Employ Adaptive Routing, "
Sept. 1996, p. 37.

"Eyes in the Skies Sharpen, New Complications Loom,"
Oct. 1996, p. 49.

"Digital Video System Offers Modularity, Compatibility,"
Oct. 1996, p. 67.

"Real-Time Imagery Data Analysis Broadens Sensor System Reach,"
Maryann Lawlor, Nov. 1996, p. 67.

"Brain's Affinity for Imagery Eases Information Overload,"
Andrew C. Braunberg, Dec. 1996, p. 49.

"New Imagery Agency Cultivates Commercial Industry Alliance,"
Dec. 1996, p. 53.

"Commercial Satellites Bolster National Intelligence Imagery,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., May 1997, p. 21.

"Customer-Oriented Imagery Products Beckon from Orbit,"
May 1997, p. 27.

"Hard Copy Imagery Yields to Enhancement, Enlargement," IMAGEtech)
May 1997, p. 30.

"Powerful Graphics Engines Propel Geospatial Imagery,"
May 1997, p. 45.

"Airborne Sensors Signal Information Dominance,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Dec. 1997, p. 17.

"Unmanned Aerial Vehicles Help Block, Evade Military Assaults,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Apr. 1998, p. 43.

"Network-Centric Warfare Beckons Decision Makers,"
May 1998, p. 53.

"Geospatial Information Market Poised for Geometric Growth,"
Robert K. Ackerman, August 1998, p. 40.

"New Display Advances Brighten Situational Awareness Picture,"
August 1998, p. 45.

"Visualizing Information Emerges As Major Element of Operations,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 1999, p. 17

"Industry Team Proposes Alternative Situational Awareness Technology,"
Maryann Lawlor, May 1999, p. 37

"Imagery Agency Passes the Torch To Commercial Service Providers,"
Robert K. Ackerman, May 1999, p. 42

"Smart System Classifies Data, Offers Options to Commanders,"
May 1999, p. 47

"Injury Evaluation Deepens With Echo Arcing Technique,"
July 1999, p. 45.

"Balkans Serve as Proving Ground For Operational Imagery Support,"
Robert K. Ackerman, October 1999, p. 17.

"Today's Exploration Launches 2001: A Battlespace Odyssey,"
Maryann Lawlor, Dec. 1999, p. 17.

"Shrinking Image File Sizes Proffers Virtual Bandwidth,"
Maryann Lawlor, April 2000, p. 23.

"Technology Speeds Intelligence Imagery,"
October 2000, p. 35.

"Satellite Images Capture Picture Perfect Future,"
Maryann Lawlor, March 2001, p. 17.

"Commercial Eyes on the Battlefield Sharpen Focus,"
Robert K. Ackerman, March 2001, p. 25.

"Ground Forces Uplink To Orbital Sensors,"
April 2001, p. 70.

"Moving to A Higher Orbit,"
Henry S. Kenyon, October 2001, p. 25.

"Aerial View Sharpened By Data-Sharing System,"
November 2001, p. 33.

"Space Joins Land, Sea and Air,"
Robert K. Ackerman, February 2002, p. 17.

"Persistent Surveillance Comes Into View,"
Robert K. Ackerman, May 2002, p. 17.

"Ladar Illuminates Optical Sensors,"
August 2002, p. 63.

"Imagery Agency Lends a Hand on Reach-Back,"
Jan. 2003, p. 21.

"Uncooled Photonic Devices Shine,"
Jan 2003, p. 31.

"Seeing in a Different Light,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Jan. 2003, p. 35.

"Commercial Imagery Contribution Grows,"
Mar. 2003, p. 57.

"Government Spurs Agencies To Commercial Remote Sensing,"
Dec. 2003, p. 57.

"Small Satellite Offers Glimpse of the Future,"
Jan. 2004, p. 47.




INTEGRATED CIRCUITS

"Advances in Chips Push Dense Circuit Research,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1990, p. 44.

"Chip Analysis Leads to New Designs, Housings,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1991, p. 76.

"Chip Technologies Create Real-Time Response Stage,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Aug. 1991, p. 104.

"Clever Diamond Methods Extend Electronics Gains,"
Robert K. Ackerman, May 1991, p. 49.

"Nanoscale Electronics Offer Speed-of-Light Processing,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Feb. 1991, p. 47.

"New Chip Technology Offers JTIDS Production Upgrades,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1990, p. 41.

"Packaging and Integration Lead to Chip Advances,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Aug. 1990, p. 67.

"Scientists Seek Materials Beyond Gallium Arsenide,"
John Rhea, Oct. 1990, p. 55.

"USAF Microcircuit Plan Cuts Weapons Costs,"
MGen. Thomas Ferguson, Jr., USAF, Feb. 1990, p. 67.

"Silicon Carbide Advances Promise Versatile Circuits,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Jun. 1992, p. 39.

"Chip Wars Escalate With Rapid Processing Designs,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Jun. 1993, p. 42.

"Individual Chips Muster To Hit Supercomputing Aims,"
Jun. 1993, p. 45.

"Semiconductor Innovations Impel Personal Electronics,"
Robert K. Ackerman, January 1994, p. 39.

"Triple-Threat Chip Poised To Claim Its Market Share,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 1994, p. 23.

"Lithography Technology Advances Promise Innovative Chip Designs,"
Feb. 1995, p. 29.

"Higher-Frequency Chips Spawn Increasing Uses,"
Andrew C. Braunberg, Feb. 1995, p. 35.

"Swifter, Diminutive Processors Pace Business Communications,"
May 1995, p. 19.

"Industry Invests in Complex Chip Fabrication Techniques,"
May 1995, p. 27.

"Capital Costs May Pose Barrier to Chip Industry,"
Andrew C. Braunberg, May 1995, p. 43.

"Quantum Effect Transistors Spark High-Speed Computing,"
May 1995, p. 65.

"Memory Chip Facility Readies Sub-Micron Fabrication Startup,"
David A. Brown, Feb. 1996, p. 45.

"Hybrid Optoelectronic Chip Surmounts Data Hinderence,"
Feb. 1996, p. 49.

"Chip Architecture Removes Signal Processing Bottleneck,"
Feb. 1996, p. 58.

"Quantum Logic Gate Quest Progresses to Laboratory,"
Andrew C. Braunberg, April 1996, p. 47.

"Silicon's Siren Song Beckons One-Billion-Transistor Chips,"
Feb. 1997, p. 31.

"Military Semiconductor Decline Opens Bold Company Prospects,"
Michael A. Robinson, Jun 1997, p. 41.

"Semiconductor Firm Overcomes Dependence on Memory Chips,"
Michael A. Robinson, Nov. 1997, p. 72.

"New Semiconductor Transistor Plumbs Depths of Technology,"
Feb. 1998, p. 19.

"Innovations Propose Marriage Of Diamonds, Semiconductors,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 1998, p. 23.

"Shape-Shifting Silicon Device Serves High-Energy Demands,"
Feb. 1998, p. 27.

"Innovative Microelectronics Emerge From Federal Research,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Apr. 1998, p. 17.

"Smaller, Faster Circuit Elements Bypass Previous Expectations,"
Fred V,. Reed, Sept. 1998, p. 79.

"University Establishes Research Hub To Delve into Wireless Opportunities,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Dec. 1998. p. 17.

"Microprocessor Research Aims At Shattering Speed Records,"
Fred V. Reed, Jan. 1999, p. 56.
"Computer-Aided Design Assumes Greater Burden in Chip Maturation,"
Fred V. Reed, Mar. 1999, p. 58

"Active-Pixel Approach Brings Chip Minicams Into Focus,"
Fred V. Reed, May 1999, p. 35

"Scientists Search for Deep Ultraviolet Light Successor,"
June 1999, p. 105

"Electronic Devices Poised to Enter Self-Communication Age,"
July 1999, p. 27.

"Integrated Circuit Chip Provides Secure, Rapid Data Encryption,"
Michelle L. Hankins, October 1999, p. 47.

"Low-Power Electronics Advance to Prime Time, Henry S. Kenyon,"
October 1999, p. 71.

"Alternative Chip Production Technology Opens Door to Far-Reaching Applications,"
Fred V. Reed, October 1999, p. 75.

"Low-Power Electronics Redraw Satellite Design," June 2000, p. 91.

"Superlattices Chill Hot Processors,"
Henry S. Kenyon, March 2002, p. 62.




INTERACTIVE TELEVISION

"Interactive Television Link Serves, Empowers Viewers,"
May 1993, p. 37.

"Virtual Teleconferencing Spurs Factory, Medical Collaboration,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Apr. 1995, p. 15.



LASERS

"Army Hellfire Obliterates Iraqi Air Defense Radars,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., May 1991, p. 65.

"Defense Laser Technology Aids Civilian Production,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Mar. 1991, p. 101.

"High Energy Laser Work Yields Efficient Devices,"
J. Doss Halsey, Mar. 1990, p. 41.

"Laser Diode Arrays Boost Satellite Communications,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Mar. 1990, p. 33.

"Laser Radar Discriminates Against Decoy Targets,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Jun. 1990, p. 41.

"New Solid-State Lasers Yield Compact Devices,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Mar. 1990, p. 30.

"Solid-State Laser Opens Undersea Observations,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Mar. 1990, p. 27.

"Laser Research Bears Fruit In U.S. National Laboratory,"
Dr. Richard W. Solarz and Dr. William F. Krupke, Jan. 1993, p. 45.

"Photodiode Devices Provide Enhanced Laser Accuracy,"
Dr. R. Michael Madden and Shawn Fagen, Jan. 1993, p. 49.

"Airborne Detector Lays Bare Murderous Undersea Mines,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Jun. 1994, p. 21.

"Speed-Of-Light Target Kills Spark Beam Weapon Designs,"
July 1994, p. 59.

"New Lasers Advance for Manufacturing Applications,"
Feb.1995, p. 55.

"Europe's Tactical Weapons Gain Electro-Optic Growth,"
Nov. 1995., p. 69.

"Laser Researchers Stimulate Solid-State Power Increases,"
Sean Patrick Burgess, Mar. 1997, p. 41.

"Laboratory Scientists Close In on Laser Missile Mauler,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Nov. 1998, p. 35.

"Mobile Laser Offers Tactical Defense,"
Nov. 2003, p. 29.

"Fleet Defense Eyes Lasers,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Dec. 2003, p. 27.


MASINT

"Low-Technology Foes Require High-Technology Detection,"
Oct. 2002, p. 23.

"Seeing in a Different Light,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Jan. 2003, p. 35.



MASS STORAGE/ NON VOLATILE MEMORY

"Bubble Memories Surface for Military Applications,"
James H. Gesner, May 1990, p. 125.

"Video Imaging Replaces Paper Record-Keeping,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1990, p. 71.

"Interoperability Evolves For Video Reconnaissance,"
Don F. McLean, Dec. 1991, p. 61.

"Imagery Storage Counters Growing Paper Avalanche, Howard N. Greenhalgh and
Mary S. Nelson, Feb. 1992, p. 45.

"Larger Data Storage Unit Enables Faster Retrieval,"
Feb. 1992, p. 49.

"Optical Disk Technology Offers Big Space Savings,"
LTCmdr. Daniel C. Duquette, USN, Feb. 1992, p. 51.

"Combining Computers, Video Enhances Information Access,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 1992, p. 55.

"Hardened Computer Modules Aimed at Military Systems,"
Feb. 1992, p. 59.

"Holographic Memory Offers Megabytes for Small Change,"
Mar. 1993, p. 53.

"Competitive Concepts Push Non-Volatile Memory Gains,"
Robert Ropelewski, Jun. 1994, p. 51.

"Solid State Flash Memory Cards Expand in Military and Industry,"
June 1994, p. 55.

"Holographic Storage Media Could Eclipse Optical Disks,"
Feb. 1996, p. 31.

"Removable Storage Industry Spurs Video Server Markets,"
Jun 1997, p. 47.

"Digital Libraries Extend Longevity of Programmable Communications Tools,"
September 1999, p. 73.

"Bend Light, Store Bytes,"
Henry S. Kenyon, February 2001, p. 41.

"Digital Storage Dynamos Ease Data Deluge,"
February 2001, p. 46.

"Fluorescent Particles Illuminate New Dimensions In Optical Storage,"
Sharon Berry, May 2001, p. 45.



METEOROLOGY


"Weather, War and the Promise of Technology,"
H. Bennett Teates, Aug. 1988, p. 46.



MICROELECTRONICS/MICROMECHANICS/PCMCIA

"National Technology Center Reorients Advanced Research,"
Aug. 1993, p. 31.

"Portable Computers Spur Market for Microsize Components,"
William H. Gregory, Jun. 1994, p. 45.

"Carving Electrical, Mechanical Components Out of Silicon,"
July 1996, p. 27.

"New Semiconductor Transistor Plumbs Depths of Technology,"
Feb. 1998, p. 19.

"Microscopic Revolution Coalesces in Materials,"
Feb. 1998, p. 31.

"Microscopic Revolution Coalesces in Materials
Feb. 1998, p. 31.

"Innovative Microelectronics Emerge From Federal Research,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Apr. 1998, p. 17.

"Smaller, Faster Circuit Elements Bypass Previous Expectations,"
Fred V,. Reed, Sept. 1998, p. 79.

"University Establishes Research Hub To Delve into Wireless Opportunities,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Dec. 1998. p. 17.

"Microprocessor Research Aims At Shattering Speed Records,"
Fred V. Reed, Jan. 1999, p. 56.

"Active-Pixel Approach Brings Chip Minicams Into Focus,"
Fred V. Reed, May 1999, p. 35

"Scientists Search for Deep Ultraviolet Light Successor,"
June 1999, p. 105

"Minuscule Combination Lock Safeguards Silicon Capital,"
Maryann Lawlor, August 1999, p. 23.

"Technology and Human Thought Drive Future Communications Systems,"
Sharon Berry, Dec. 1999, p. 29.

"Nanotechnology Paves Way for Coming Scientific Revolution,"
Henry S. Kenyon, July 2000, p. 17.

"Military Aims to Cache in on Stored Data,"
Maryann Lawlor, February 2001, p. 37.

"Digital Dust Sweeps Away Traditional Networking,"
Sharon Berry, March 2001, p. 53.

"Uncooled Photonic Devices Shine,"
Jan 2003, p. 31.

"Seeing in a Different Light,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Jan. 2003, p. 35.

"Miniaturization, Networking Pervade Future Unmanned Systems,"
Apr 2003, p. 38.



MODEMS

"Technology Provides Alternatives to Traditional Work Environment,"
Mark W. Mowery, May 1994, p. 113.

"Smart Card's Appeal Hastens Jump into Mainstream,"
Andrew C. Braunberg, Jan. 1995, p. 35.

"Plug in, Turn on, Surf Away,"
September 2001, p. 43.



NANOTECHNOLOGY

"Dressing to the Nines On the Battle Lines,"
Sharon Berry, July 2002, p. 47.

"Uncooled Photonic Devices Shine,"
Jan 2003, p. 31.

"Seeing in a Different Light,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Jan. 2003, p. 35.





NAVAL SYSTEMS

"Basic Electronics Science Fortifies Fleet Operations,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Dec. 1992, p. 21.

"Future Fleet Performance Hinges on Robust Research,"
Robert H. Williams, Dec. 1992, p. 15.

"Science, Technology Thrusts Spotlight Core Competencies,"
Dec. 1992, p. 27.

"Ultrafast, Ultrasmall Science Cloaks Battle Group Prowess,"
Dec. 1992, p. 31.

"Applied Research Effort Empowers Fleet Actions,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Dec. 1992, p. 33.

"Navy Technology Bulwark Prods Sea Power Advance,"
Dec. 1992, p. 37.

"New Radar Approach Relies On Digital, Open Structures,"
Dennis Tinley, Dec. 1992, p. 49.

"Sea-Based Image Processing Aids Precision Weapon Strikes,"
Nov. 1995., p. 17.

"Logic Dives Deeply to Provide Autonomous Guidance, Control,"
Oct. 1996, p. 57.

"Navy Ship Designs Incorporate Sensors, Information Systems,"
Edward J. Walsh, Dec. 1996, p. 41.

"Satellites, Radios Combine For Location, Identification,"
Dec. 1996, p. 45.

"Navy's Projectiles Strike Enemy Sites Deep Ashore,"
David A. Brown, Jan. 1997, p. 41.

"Designers Embed, Consolidate Antennas to Ease Proliferation,"
Apr. 1998, p. 32

"Navy Sets Innovative Sails In Fleet Battle Experiments,"
May 1998, p. 102.

"Joint Service Effort Takes on Evolving Littoral Challenges,"
Edward J. Walsh, May 1998, p. 108.

"Fleet Battle Experiments Blend Naval Technology With Doctrine,"
Fred V. Reed, June 1998, p. 31.

"Britain Shapes Military Forces For Maritime Power Projection,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Nov. 1998, p. 17.

"Optical Correlator Invigorates Real-Time Pattern Recognition,"
Dec. 1998, p. 44.

"Navy Seeks Future Missions for Microwave, Vacuum Electronics,"
Edward J. Walsh, July 1999, p. 49.

"Synthesizing Capabilities Thwarts Growing Ballistic Missile Threat,"
Lt. Cmdr. Tina Bigelow, USN, Jan. 2000, p. 43.

"Tactical Radar Parries Small Craft Littoral Zone Threat,"
Feb. 2000, p. 43.

"One Box Covers Many Systems,"
Henry S. Kenyon, December 2000, p. 50.

"Goalkeeper Blocks Incoming Submarine Shots,"
March 2001, p. 63.

"Littoral Battlespace Becomes Smaller,"
September 2001, p. 51.


"Navy Exploits the Power of the Force,"
Maryann Lawlor, May 2002, p. 23.

"Synthesizing The big Picture,"
Henry S. Kenyon, June 2002, p. 17.

"Web Breaks Through Legacy System Barriers,"
Maryann Lawlor, June 2002, p. 23.

"Services Safeguard Burgeoning Information Infrastructure,"
August 2002, p. 53.

"Chinese Naval Sonar Evolves From Foreign Influences,"
James C. Bussert, Dec. 2002, p. 57.


PHOTONICS

"Photonics Research Quests Imbue Myriad Service Uses,"
Feb. 1992, p. 35.

"Plastic Opto-Chips Offer Promise of Greater
Communications Bandwidth," July 2000, p. 21.

"Network Management Moves to a New Level,"
March 2001, p. 41.

"Electricity Shifts The Currents of Ship Propulsion,"
Sharon Berry, Dec. 2002, p. 33.

"Uncooled Photonic Devices Shine,"
Jan 2003, p. 31.

"Seeing in a Different Light,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Jan. 2003, p. 35.


"Undersea Forces Adjust Tactical Focus,"
Sharon Berry, Feb. 2003, p. 55.

"Foreign Navies Combat System Dis-integration,"
James C. Bussert, Mar. 2003, p. 49.




POLICY

"Clinton Administration Signals Strong Scientific Thrusts for Industrial Vigor,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), Mar. 1993, p. 11.

"Commercial Products' Potential Must Agree With Defense Needs,"
William H. Gregory, May 1995, p. 49.

"Flat Panel Research Tests Policy Concept,"
William H. Gregory, Sept. 1995, p. 59.

"Advanced Research Projects Agency Emphasizes Rapid Development, Use,"
Andrew C. Braunberg and Robert K. Ackerman, Dec. 1995, p. 21.

"Technology Resolves Some Issues, Drives New Information Enigmas,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.), Jan. 1997, p. 55.

"Federal, Corporate Cooperation Cultivates Speculative Proposals,"
Maryann Lawlor, Apr. 1998, p. 27.

"More Dollars Make Sense in Quest to Advance Information Technologies,"
August 1998, p. VG 11.

"Pentagon Comparative Testing Program Pursues Overseas Technical Advantages,"
Dec. 1998, p. 77.

"Advisors Take Reins to Urge Corporate Focus on Global Technology Leadership,"
Feb. 1999, p. VG 5

"Digital Handshake Characterizes Defense Electronic Commerce,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1999, p. 17

"Military Research Reorganization Consolidates Technologies, Goals,"
July 1999, p. 23.

"Information Technology-Servant, Not Master, of Operational Art,"
Col. Alan D. Campen, USAF (Ret.), June 2000, p. 31.

"Challenges Loom for Network-Centric Warfare,"
November 2001, p. 37.

"Shuffling the Spectrum Deck,"
March 2002, p. 35.

"Building a Road To High Ground,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Feb. 2003, p. 21.

"Investing Against Terrorism,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Apr 2003, p. 43.

"Open Competition Accelerates Defense Innovation,"
Maryann Lawlor, Aug. 2003, p. 37.

"Homeland Security Research Develops,"
Maryann Lawlor, Oct. 2003, p. 33.

"A Semiconductor Base in Peril,"
Sen. Joseph I. Lieberman, Nov, 2003, p. 43.

"Military Users Boost Commercial Imagery,"
Dec. 2003, p. 53.

"Government Spurs Agencies To Commercial Remote Sensing,"
Dec. 2003, p. 57.



POWER

"Magnetic Breakthroughs Offer Widespread Uses,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1991, p. 74.

"Power Storage Trailblazes For Army Tactical Systems,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1991, p. 79.

"Better Battery Need Drives U.S. Army, Industry Quest,"
Sean Patrick Burgess, Dec. 1996, p. 61.

"Two Teams to Bring Power to The People,"
October 2000, p. VG 10.

"Dawn of the Refuelable Laptop,"
Henry S. Kenyon, June 2001, p. 31.

"Plug in, Turn on, Surf Away,"
September 2001, p. 43.

"Superlattices Chill Hot Processors,"
Henry S. Kenyon, March 2002, p. 62.

"Electricity Shifts The Currents of Ship Propulsion,"
Sharon Berry, Dec. 2002, p. 33.

QUANTUM MECHANICS

"Seeing in a Different Light,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Jan. 2003, p. 35.



RADAR


"Weather Radar Provides Clearer View of Skies,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Nov. 1992, p. 45.

"Airborne Radar Takes Off Again With New Airframe,"
Dec. 1994, p. 57.

"Just One Shot is All it Takes In Locating Priority Threats,"
Dec. 1997, p. 21.

"Technologies Improve Radar Ground, Foliage Penetration,"
Dec. 1997, p. 25.

"Army Researchers Press Ultra Wideband Envelope,"
Dec. 1997, p. 29.

"Maritime Surveillance Radar Detects, Tracks Sea Targets,"
Dec. 1997, p. 49.

"Near-Real-Time Sensors Emerge, Find, Fix Or Track Anything-Moving or Stationary,"
David A. Brown, Dec. 1997, p. 56.

"Radar Flashlight Illuminates Humans Hidden Behind Walls,"
June 1998, p. 89.

"Navy Seeks Future Missions for Microwave, Vacuum Electronics,"
Edward J. Walsh, July 1999, p. 49.

"Tactical Radar Parries Small Craft Littoral Zone Threat,"
Feb. 2000, p. 43.

"Tactical Radar System Adds Teeth To Perimeter Security
Missions," Mar. 2000, p. 59.

"Cooperative Analysis Bolsters Aircraft Incident Investigations,"
Capt. Ronald J. Dashevich, USAF, August 2000, p. 59.

"Simulator Sharpens Raptor's Claws,"
Henry S. Kenyon, October 2000, p. 45.

"Digital Air-Control Systems Support New Airspace Vision,"
Edward J. Walsh, October 2000, p. VG 7.

"Tactical Networking Program Takes Aim at Mobile Targets,"
Christian B. Sheehy, March 2001, p. 60.

"Synthesizing The big Picture,"
Henry S. Kenyon, June 2002, p. 17.

"Navigating Against Terrorism,"
June 2003, p. 47.

"Swedish Radar Reaches New Heights,"
Sept. 2003, p. 64.




ROBOTS


"Obstacle Course Measures Robots,"
October 2000, p. VG 5.

"Robotic Vehicles Scout Out Future,"
Christian B. Sheehy, November 2000, p. 37.

"Microfly Generates Research Buzz,"
Sharon Berry, November 2000, p. 75.

"Processing Technologies Give Robots The Upper Hand,"
Robert K. Ackerman, July 2001, p. 17.

"Potent Guns, Peering Dragons,"
April 2002, p. 49.

"Robot See, Robot React,"
August 2002, p. 67.

"Miniaturization, Networking Pervade Future Unmanned Systems,"
Apr 2003, p. 38.

"Mobile Robots Learn Self-Reliance,",
July 2003, p. 49.

"Open Competition Accelerates Defense Innovation,"
Maryann Lawlor, Aug. 2003, p. 37.

"Robotics Concepts Take Shape,"
Maryann Lawlor, Nov. 2003, p. 16.

"Europe Launches Wave of Airborne Robots,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Nov. 2003, p. 65.





SENSORS

"Army's Radar Research Capability Expands in 90s,"
Robert H. Williams, Mar. 1991, p. 61.

"Low-Level Night Flying Tests Imaging Sensors,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., May 1990, p. 89.

"Low-Level Satellites Expand Distributed Remote Sensing,"
Dr. Gregory Canavan and Dr. Edward Teller, Aug. 1991, p. 99.

"Millimeter Wave Radar Spawns Wide Applications,"
Stephen Klein, Feb. 1990, p. 73.

"New Silicon Photo Sensor Sheds Light on Innovations,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Sept. 1991, p. 91.

"New Undersea Surveillance Uses Optical Fiber Sensors,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Mar. 1990, p. 51.

"Quantum Well Designs Shed Light on Infrared Sensors,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Jan. 1992, p. 55.

"Revolutionary Microsensors Stimulate Vast Applications,"
Aug. 1993, p. 27.

"Smart Structures Dampen Motion, Increase Stability,"
April 1994, p. 19.

"Automatic Radio Frequency Device Detects and Tracks,"
May 1994, p. 91.

"Acoustic Detection Traces Bullet, Shell Trajectories,"
Nov. 1994, p. 59.

"Advanced Infrared Detectors Transition to Commercial Uses,"
Barry Blechman and Scott Lush, Jan. 1995, p. 51.

"Electronics Program Aims At Incoming Fuzed Rounds,"
May 1995, p. 91.

"Unmanned Surveillance Vehicle Grabs Over-the-Horizon Imagery,"
Clarence A. Rob inson, Jr., Sept 1995, p. 15.

"British Electronic Ears Track Artillery Shells,"
Sept. 1995, p. 41.

"Tactical Goals Encompass Sensors, Autonomous Arts,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Dec. 1995, p. 25.

"Large Focal Plane Arrays Brace Pinpoint Weapons,"
April 1996, p. 51.

"Chemical, Radiation Detection Payloads Evaluate Unseen Atmospheric Threats,"
Maryann Lawlor, April 1996, p. 55.

"Research Agency Plan Twists Microwave Technology's Tail,"
William H. Gregory, May 1996, p. 77.

"Dual-Mode Sensors Provide Automatic Target Detection,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Sept. 1996, p. 25.

"Sweden Unveils Compact, Mobile Phased Array Battlefield Sensors,"
Sept. 1996, p. 49.

"Modern Surveillance Sensors,"
Leonard Strauss, Nov. 1996, p. 71.

"Direction-Finding Sensors Impart Tactical Vigilance,"
Nov. 1997, p. 43.

"Airborne Sensors Signal Information Dominance,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Dec. 1997, p. 17.

"Just One Shot is All it Takes In Locating Priority Threats,"
Dec. 1997, p. 21.

"Technologies Improve Radar Ground, Foliage Penetration,"
Dec. 1997, p. 25.

"Army Researchers Press Ultra Wideband Envelope,"
Dec. 1997, p. 29.

"Sensor Development Races Biological Warfare Threat,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Dec. 1997, p. 34.

"Decreasing Sensor Size, Capability Enhancements Offer New Potential,"
Timothy D. Vane, Dec. 1997, p. 41.

"Maritime Surveillance Radar Detects, Tracks Sea Targets,"
Dec. 1997, p. 49.

"Near-Real-Time Sensors Emerge, Find, Fix Or Track Anything-Moving or Stationary,"
David A. Brown, Dec. 1997, p. 56.

"Geospatial Information Market Poised for Geometric Growth,"
Robert K. Ackerman, August 1998, p. 40.

"Electronic Warfare Sensors Play Key German, Allied Forces Role,"
Nov. 1998, p. 53.

"Future Towed-Array Sonar Designs Linked to Specialized Processing,"
Dec. 1998, p. 41.

"Optical Correlator Invigorates Real-Time Pattern Recognition,"
Dec. 1998, p. 44.

"Electronics and Sensors Steer Precision Target Engagement,"
Dec. 1998, p. 69.

"Metamorphic Substances Shape Actuator, Sensor System
Design," Henry S. Kenyon, p. 42. p. 42.

"Planners Focus on Sensors For Brigade Effectiveness,"
July 2000, p. 35.

"Advanced Systems Elevate Level Of Cooperation Between Troops,"
August 2000, p. 33.

"Personal Physiological Monitors Find Warfighter-Effeciveness Edge,"
Maryann Lawlor, August 2000, p. 47.

"Scientists Use Brain Waves to Navigate, Interact With Cybernetic Environments,"
Henry S. Kenyon, August 2000, p. 51.

"Robotic Vehicles Scout Out Future,"
Christian B. Sheehy, November 2000, p. 37.

"Sensors Take on Multitasking Activities,"
February 2001, p. 21.

"Commercial Eyes on the Battlefield Sharpen Focus,"
Robert K. Ackerman, March 2001, p. 25.

"Digital Dust Sweeps Away Traditional Networking,"
Sharon Berry, March 2001, p. 53.

"Tactical Networking Program Takes Aim at Mobile Targets,"
Christian B. Sheehy, March 2001, p. 60.

"Sensor Web Supports Tactical Teamwork,"
P. Michael Hoffman and Veronica Deschambault, September 2001, p. 47.

Technologists Plan Tactical Future,"
Robert K. Ackerman, November 2001, p. 24.

"Space Joins Land, Sea and Air,"
Robert K. Ackerman, February 2002, p. 17.

"Afghanistan Imagery Reveals Snapshot of Future Challenges,"
February 2002, p. 21.

"Networking System Spins Sensor Web."
Maryann Lawlor, March 2002, p. 29.

"Potent Guns, Peering Dragons,"
April 2002, p. 49.

"Persistent Surveillance Comes Into View,"
Robert K. Ackerman, May 2002, p. 17.

"Superconductors Advance Signal Filtering,"
May 2002, p. 31.

"Ladar Illuminates Optical Sensors,"
August 2002, p. 63.

"Low-Technology Foes Require High-Technology Detection,"
Oct. 2002, p. 23.

"Signal Intelligence System Uncovers Enemy Sites,"
Maryann Lawlor, Oct. 2002, p. 29.

"Chinese Naval Sonar Evolves From Foreign Influences,"
James C. Bussert, Dec. 2002, p. 57.

"Uncooled Photonic Devices Shine,"
Jan 2003, p. 31.

"Seeing in a Different Light,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Jan. 2003, p. 35.

"Putting a Face on Invisible Danger,"
Robert Steele and Larry Panell, June 2003, p. 55.

"Keeping Track of the Blue Force,"
July 2003, p. 37.


"Sensors Empower Future Soldiers,"
Nov. 2003, p. 23.

"Military Users Boost Commercial Imagery,"
Dec. 2003, p. 53.

"Small Satellite Offers Glimpse of the Future,"
Jan. 2004, p. 47.

"Artillery Eyes Provide Sight to Ground Forces,"
Cheryl Lilie, Jan. 2004, p. 59.



SIGNAL PROCESSING

"Megabits, Megabytes Generate Megabucks,"
May 1995, p. 57.

"Chip Architecture Removes Signal Processing Bottleneck,"
Feb. 1996, p. 58.

"Low-Observable Techniques Rest on Avionics Integration,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 1996, p. 47.

"Research Agency Plan Twists Microwave Technology's Tail,"
William H. Gregory, May 1996, p. 77.

"Digital Libraries Extend Longevity of Programmable Communications
Tools," September 1999, p. 73.

"Shrinking Image File Sizes Proffers Virtual Bandwidth,"
Maryann Lawlor, April 2000, p. 23.

"Digital Signal Processors Push Design, Performance
Envelope," June 2000, p. 69.

"Scientists Use Brain Waves to Navigate, Interact With Cybernetic Environments,"
Henry S. Kenyon, August 2000, p. 51.

"One Box Covers Many Systems,"
Henry S. Kenyon, December 2000, p. 50.

"Tactical Networking Program Takes Aim at Mobile Targets,"
Christian B. Sheehy, March 2001, p. 60.

"Ground Forces Uplink To Orbital Sensors,"
April 2001, p. 70.

"Shuffling the Spectrum Deck,"
March 2002, p. 35.

"Ultrawideband, Free But Not Clear,"
Henry S. Kenyon, April 2002, p. 21.

"Technology Enables Multichannel Satellite Links,"
April 2002, p. 25.

"Persistent Surveillance Comes Into View,"
Robert K. Ackerman, May 2002, p. 17.

"Superconductors Advance Signal Filtering,"
May 2002, p. 31.

"Undersea Forces Adjust Tactical Focus,"
Sharon Berry, Feb. 2003, p. 55.

"Computer Language Seeks Deeper Meaning,"
Henry S. Kenyon, June 2003, p. 59



SIMULATION

"Joint Simulation Facilitates Training Realism Concepts,"
July 1997, p. 39.

"Models, Simulations Converge, Close on High-Level Architecture,"
July 1997, p. 43.

"Advanced Modeling Braces Inventive Mission Planning," (Metron)
Edward J. Walsh, July 1997, p. 49.

"Superconductor Advances Expand Signal Reconnaissance Capabilities,"
Feb. 1999, p. 65

"Commercial Components Feed Electronic Warfare Systems,"
Robert K. Ackerman, June 1999, p. 73

"Vitual Training Forges Combat Skills,"
Henry S. Kenyon, July 2001, p. 39.

"Controlling Cybernetic Crowds,"
Dec. 2002, p. 54.

"Soldiers Train For Urban Terrain,"
Feb. 2003, p. 51

"Center Simulates Homeland Security,"
Feb. 2004, p. 27.



SMART CARDS


"Smart Card's Appeal Hastens Jump into Mainstream,"
Andrew C. Braunberg, Jan. 1995, p. 35.

"Acute Basic Research Dominates Defense Science and Technology,"
July 1997, p. 29.

"Smart Structures Unharness Startling Aerodynamic Boon,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., July 1997, p. 19.

"Bend Light, Store Bytes,"
Henry S. Kenyon, February 2001, p. 41.

"Digital Storage Dynamos Ease Data Deluge,"
February 2001, p. 46.


SMART STRUCTURES

"Smart Structures Unharness Startling Aerodynamic Boon,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., July 1997, p. 19.

"Rotating Wing Active Controls Subdue Helicopter Vibrations,"
July 1997, p. 23.

"Microscopic Revolution Coalesces in Materials,"
Feb. 1998, p. 31.

"Technology and Human Thought Drive Future Communications Systems,"
Sharon Berry, Dec. 1999, p. 29.

"Development Program Etches Future for Mobile Robots,"
Henry S. Kenyon, Feb. 2000, p. 23.

"Futuristic Materials Inspired By Biological Counterparts,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Mar. 2000, p. 37.

"Metamorphic Substances Shape Actuator, Sensor System
Design," Henry S. Kenyon, p. 42. p. 42.

"Nanotechnology Paves Way for Coming Scientific Revolution,"
Henry S. Kenyon, July 2000, p. 17.

"Prognosis for Self-Healing Materials Is a Longer Life, Less Maintenance,"
Sharon Berry, J uly 2001, p. 28.

"Dressing to the Nines On the Battle Lines,"
Sharon Berry, July 2002, p. 47.

"Soldiers Dress For Success,"
Maryann Lawlor, Sept. 2003, p. 23.



SPEECH RECOGNITION


"Recognition Barriers Tumble, Foreign Language Overflows,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 1997, p. 47.

"Intuitive Processing Empowers Foreign Language Combination,"
Feb. 1997, p. 51.

"Natural Language Processing Duplicates Human Dexterity,"
Jun 1997, p. 29.

"Wearable Translator Makes Phrase Books Obsolete,:
Sharon Berry, June 2001, p. 57.

"Sonic Searches Gain Speed,"
June 2002, p. 61.

"Computer Language Seeks Deeper Meaning,"
Henry S. Kenyon, June 2003, p. 59



SUPERCOMPUTERS


"Microprocessors Threaten Supercomputing's Progress,"
Adm. James B. Busey IV, USN (Ret.), Feb. 1995, p. 12.

"Computing Advances Drive Industrial, Scientific March,"
Feb. 1995, p. 21.

"Parallel Supercomputing Is Brought Down to Size,"
Oct. 1995, p. 61.

"Supercomputers Grow Into New Roles and Applications,"
Feb. 1996, p. 27.

"Parallel Evolution Leads to Metacomputing Advances,"
Sean Patrick Burgess, Feb. 1997, p. 39.

"Models, Simulations Converge, Close on High-Level Architecture,"
July 1997, p. 43.

"Nuclear Warhead Designers Air at Computing Advances,"
Robert K. Ackerman, Oct. 1997, p. 49.

"Microprocessor Research Aims At Shattering Speed Records,"
Fred V. Reed, Jan. 1999, p. 56.

"Alliance Aims To Develop National Networking Grid,"
Edward J. Walsh, Feb. 1999, p. VG 3



SUPERCONDUCTING

"Breakneck Electrons Spurt Over Oxide Film Substance,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., May 1991, p. 55.

"Engineeing Designs Boost Superconducting Potential,"
Jan. 1993, p. 30.

"System Complexity Requires Simulation Early and Often,"
Dr. David. J. Thuente, August 1996, p. 65.

"Superconductor Advances Expand Signal Reconnaissance Capabilities,"
Feb. 1999, p. 65

"Superconductors Advance Signal Filtering,"
May 2002, p. 31.




VIRTUAL REALITY

"Firms Take Technology From Battle Simulator to TV Screen,"
Maryann Lawlor, April 1994, p. 53.

"Virtual Prototype Advances Displace Engineering Mockups,"
William H. Gregory, Oct. 1994, p. 61.

"Virtual Teleconferencing Spurs Factory, Medical Collaboration,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., April 1995, p. 15.

"Graphics Generation Takes a Giant Leap Out of Laboratory,"
Silicon Graphics. Robert K. Ackerman, Feb. 1996, p. 23.

"Operating System Lights Fire Under Network Applications,"
Jun 1997, p. 113.

"Collaborative Tool Builds Virtual Gathering Places,"
May 1999, p. 21

"Industry Team Proposes Alternative Situational Awareness Technology,"
Maryann Lawlor, May 1999, p. 37

"Electronic Devices Poised to Enter Self-Communication Age,"
July 1999, p. 27.

"Today's Exploration Launches 2001: A Battlespace Odyssey,"
Maryann Lawlor, Dec. 1999, p. 17.

"UCLA Research Brings Virtual Urban Worlds to Life,"
Paula Houghtaling, Dec. 1999, p. VG 7.

"Interactive Data Display Devices Help Commanders
Get The Picture," July 2000, p. 27.

"Scientists Use Brain Waves to Navigate, Interact With Cybernetic Environments,"
Henry S. Kenyon, August 2000, p. 51.

"Post-Terrorist-Attack Triage Teams Rehearse on Virtual-World Platform,: August 2000, p. 55.

"Vitual Training Forges Combat Skills,"
Henry S. Kenyon, July 2001, p. 39.

"Conflict Accelerates Deployment of Conceptual Techniques," December 2001, p. 21.


WEAPONS

"Electromagnetic Projectiles Extend Range, Defeat Armor,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., May 1990, p. 78.

"Hyperkinetic Weapons Can Change Tactical Battlefields,"
Dr. Harry D. Fair, May 1990, p. 79.

"Hypervelocity Interceptor Tests Defense Advances,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., May 1990, p. 71.

"Tomahawk Missile Advances Pinpoint Warhead Accuracy,"
Clarence A. Robinson, Jr., Aug. 1991, p. 74.

"Navy's Tomahawk Weapon Focus of Multiple Upgrades, "
Tim Roske and Rick Lippincott, Dec. 1991, p. 65.

"Speedy Weapons Fielding Bolsters Army Combat,"
Clarence A. Robinson Jr., Jan. 1992, p. 19.

"Next-Century Land Warrior Equips to Fight Unseen Forces,"
Mar. 1996, p. 58.

"Large Focal Plane Arrays Brace Pinpoint Weapons,"
April 1996, p. 51.

"Computer Operating Systems Receive Speed, Power Boost,"
Michael A. Robinson, Aug. 1997, p. 45.

"Marines' Precise Dragon Fire Rains Deadly Steel Against Distant Targets,"
Nov. 1998, p. 27.

"Rivals Stretch Thinking to Tackle Next-Century Battlefield Demands,"
David A. Brown and Maryann Lawlor, Nov. 1998, p. 38.

"Joint Strike Fighter Program Chases Cost-Effective Avionics Development,"
David A. Brown, Dec. 1998, p. 65.

"Developers Shift Course of Guided Munitions Production,"
Dec. 1998, p. 74.

"Israel Design Antiarmor Missile To Fire Out of Tank Guns,"
Mark H. Kagan, Feb. 1999, p. 73

"Global Positioning Guidance Boosts Projectile Proficiency,"
Jim Grace, Dec. 1999, p. 59.

"Metamorphic Substances Shape Actuator, Sensor
System Design," Henry S. Kenyon, p. 42. p. 42.

"Potent Guns, Peering Dragons,"
April 2002, p. 49.


"Unmanned Aircraft Spread Their Wings,"
Feb. 2003, p. 31.

"Combat-Survivable Unmanned Aircraft Take Flight,"
Mar. 2003, p. 31.

"Mobile Laser Offers Tactical Defense,"
Nov. 2003, p. 29.


YEAR 2000

"Information Specialists Pit Skills in Race Against Time,"
Jun 1997, p. 109.


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