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2015 Guide to Colleges & Universities

2015 Guide to Colleges & Universitie…

A record number of schools completed MAE’s extensive survey. How do schools compare when it comes to their military culture, financial assistance, flexibility, general support, online support and on-campus support? ...

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Who's Who: U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center

Who's Who: U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Man…

A special supplement featuring the U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center with a two-page pictorial spread detailing U.S. Air Force Life Cycle Management Center's command structure and senior leadership...

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Navy's Proposed FY16 Budget

Navy's Proposed FY16 Budget

Read about the United States Navy's proposed budget for fiscal year 2016.

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DoD Works to Build Competition Into Spac…

March 23, 2015

Space capability is critical to national security, and the Defense Department is working to make its launch program more competitive and end its longtime use of a Russian rocket engine on the Atlas launch system, the assistant secretary of defense for acquisition said this week.      

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Virtual Reality Exposure Therapy helps r…

March 17, 2015

For soldiers who think they are suffering from post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD), a new form of help is available at Landstuhl Regional Medical Center (LRMC) in Germany  where they can recreate the look, sounds and smell of a deployed environment to help soldiers revisit and cope with events that have...

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MOOCs, Social Media and More

March 12, 2015

The United States faces a looming crisis of military readiness, and new training technologies could play a key role in the remedy, according to panelists at a recent government/industry event focused on the nation’s preparedness for future conflicts.

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Cyberthreats Blur Government Agency Role…

March 09, 2015

Over five years of U.S. Cyber Command operations, global movement of threat activity through cyberspace has blurred roles and relationships among government agencies, as well as between the public and private sectors and the real and virtual worlds, the Cybercom commander told a House panel.

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