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Mine-Seeking Underwater Robots Scour Ship Hulls
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7/20/2012  19 comments
MIT researchers have improved the navigation and ability to detect small mines on the hulls of ships for its Autonomous Underwater Hull Inspection Vehicle.
Army Deploys Fuel-Efficient Generators to Afghanistan
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7/13/2012  6 comments
The new power generators cut fuel consumption and create more efficient ways of bringing power to soldiers in the field.
Naval Researchers Fight Metal Corrosion
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7/12/2012  8 comments
A physical-scale modeling system that combats ship corrosion could save the military $10 million a year.
App Navigates Arlington National Cemetery
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7/6/2012  6 comments
The Army has developed an iPhone and Android app that links geospatial mapping of the cemetery's gravesites with tombstones photos and digital records of the people buried there.
Crowdsourcing Will Be Used in Combat Vehicle Design
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7/3/2012  4 comments
The Department of Defense is incorporating crowdsourcing into the design process for a potentially amphibious vehicle.


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