The US, China and Russia are pouring money into aircraft that can fly at five times the speed of sound.
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"We cannot simply wait to know a service member is at high risk for suicide before we encourage safe storage or temporary storage away from home."
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Members of the US military, especially those in the field or on ships, don't have the luxury of social distancing. How will that affect national security?
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A new tool can organize military efforts like evacuations, disaster relief, and humanitarian efforts, down to where one truck will be during operations.
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The French Adrian military helmet from WWI outdid modern helmets in shock wave tests—a surprising result that could improve today's military equipment.
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New research marks "a step forward in designing superior body armor that will safeguard against even more powerful firearms during combat."
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Though there's been a lot of research on PTSD and the toll of war, little research has focused on grief among veterans. A new study identifies seven themes.
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Being in a solid relationship can lower the risk of suicide, according to research with members of the National Guard.
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New research investigates alcohol misuse among US Army Reserve and National Guard soldiers who have never been deployed.
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