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Space

Boosters For Orion’s launch vehicle arrive at Cape Canaveral

Posted March 7, 2014 by

The Orion spacecraft has moved another step closer toward its first test flight as the core and starboard boosters for the United Launch Alliance Delta IV Heavy rocket contracted by Lockheed Martin for that flight have arrived to Cape Canaveral Air Force Station, Fla.

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Defense

Unmanned vehicle demonstration showcases leap-ahead technology

Posted March 24, 2014 by

Working closely with Lockheed Martin and a conglomeration of Army technology, acquisition and user community stakeholders, the U.S. Army Tank Automotive Research Development and Engineering Center successfully demonstrated an unmanned military convoy Jan. 14 at Fort Hood, Texas.

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Space superiority remains vital to national security

Posted April 7, 2014 by SSgt. Torri Ingalsbe

Air Force photograph by SSgt. Carlin Leslie Gen. William Shelton reviews his notes before testifying April 3, 2014, in front of the House Armed Services Committee subcommittee on strategic forces, in Washington, D.C. Shelton is the Air Force Space Command commander, Peterson Air Force Base, Colo. Gen. William Shelton, the commander ofAir Force Space Command,…

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Airman gains new perspective on World War II sacrifices

Posted April 18, 2014 by Rebecca Amber

April 9, 1942, marked what is known today as the Bataan Death March where tens of thousands of American and Filipino soldiers surrendered to Japanese forces.

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NASA Aeronautics set to premiere high-flying sequel

Posted April 30, 2014 by

NASA photograph by Lori Losey The HU-25C Guardian aircraft will look like this when it flies behind NASA’s DC-8 as seen in this image from ACCESS I flights in 2013. It’s the season for sequels. Not only in Hollywood, but over the high desert of California as well. For the second time in as many…

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Tech

Interactive display provides pilots with real-time sonic boom information

Posted May 14, 2014 by

NASA graphic The CISboomDA software integrates aircraft and environmental data with a real-time, local-area moving-map capable of displaying an aircraftĂ­s sonic boom footprint, allowing pilots to select a flight path to either avoid generating a sonic boom or to place the sonic boom in a specific location. Aerospace engineers at NASA’s Armstrong Flight Research Center…

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Allied air forces paved way for D-Day

Posted May 30, 2014 by SSgt. Ryan Crane

The mention of "D-Day" conjures iconic images of men storming a beach riddled with barbed wire, smoke and craters created by German mortar batteries; of men advancing toward machine gun nests and acts of heroism as they made their way inland to secure a foothold in mainland Europe.

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Northrop Grumman’s Woodland Hills Facility hosts mentoring, scholarship program

Posted June 16, 2014 by

Northrop Grumman recently sponsored a student project demonstration and competition at its Woodland Hills facility to conclude this year's High School Involvement Partnership (HIP) mentoring and scholarship program.

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USS John Paul Jones makes history with live fire missile tests

Posted June 27, 2014 by Lt. j.g. John F. Tanalega and Ensign Elee Wakim

Guided-missile destroyer USS John Paul Jones (DDG 53) successfully conducted a series of five live-fire tests for the Baseline 9C Aegis Combat System during Combat Systems Ship's Qualification Trials and Naval Integrated Fire Control Counter Air capability, June 18-20.

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NASA Armstrong recalls first moon landing, preps for ‘next giant leap’

Posted July 16, 2014 by

After making the 240,000-mile journey to the moon cruising through open space, the last 300 feet down to landing represented the most difficult and dangerous part of the Apollo missions.

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