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  1. Quintas Jr., Assigned to U.S. Army Armor School

    ... the rank of brigadier general and assigned as commandant, U.S. Army Armor School , U .S. Army Maneuver Center of Excellence , Fort ...

  2. Mason Receives Promotion and Army G-4 Assignment

    ... general and assignment as deputy chief of staff, G-4, U. S. Army , Washington, D.C. Tags:  G-4 U.S. ...

  3. New Neural Chip Mimics Brain Function

    ... Ronald E. Meyers delves into quantum physics research at the U. S. Army Research Laboratory. Meyers, fellow researcher Keith Deacon and Gert ...

  4. Industry Aims to Simplify Interoperability

    ... using a Mobile User Objective System (MUOS). The division’s top signal officer says he wants to get his hands on a new industry-developed ... solution that will improve interoperability between U.S. forces and Pacific Rim partners. ...

  5. ViaSat to Produce Enhanced Bandwidth Efficient Modem

    ... (1) fabrication and production delivery of: a. MD-1366(U) Strategic EBEM; b. MD-1366A(U), tactical EBEM; c. ethernet service expansion ... maintenance repair; (4) potential capabilities enhancement(s) via engineering change proposals. Army Contracting Command, Rock Island ...

  6. L-3 to Provide Camera Turrets for Persistent Ground Surveillance

    ... III of the Persistent Ground Surveillance Systems for the U. S. Army.  Hardware to be procured includes 11 camera turrets and 15 custom ...

  7. Internet Protocol Key To Smaller, Lighter Communications Devices

    ... officer for communications (G-6), Office of the U.S. Army, and Capt. Ray Phariss, USA (3rd from l), executive officer, chief ...

  8. Regional Telephone Company Expands Reach, Broadens Services

    ... Menish, director of business development and marketing at U S West Federal Services, Washington, D.C., highlights the company’s ...

  9. U.S. Forces in Korea Face Unique Challenges

    ... the end of the Korean War, Korea remains one of the world’s flash points—a place where the flames of the Cold War have yet to be fully ... with a swift, sudden North Korean invasion of South Korea. U.S. Forces Korea depends on command, control, communications, computers and ...

  10. Antisatellite Weapons Pose Major Cyberthreat

    ... nations as well as major powers could cripple an opponent’s military and economic structures by using antisatellite (ASAT) capabilities, ... communication or reconnaissance satellites are destroyed. U.S. operators and joint warfare exercises need to train in emergency ...

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