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New Jersey students used both brains and brawn to determine which school could sling pumpkins farthest into Lake Picatinny, a competition on Oct. 18 designed to promote careers in science, technology, engineering and math. Morris Knolls High School students took the top prize.
The Armament Graduate School has made steady strides in developing personnel who are more broadly-trained and well-versed in armaments engineering and research. Three most recent graduates received master's degree certificates, joining 16 others ...
Shaping the battlefield, and thus shaping the terrain, has been doctrine for how to execute large-scale ground operations. Obstacles play a vital role in this process, providing friendly forces the freedom of maneuver while limiting the enemy's a...
Once Soldiers in the field learn about how versatile 3-D printing can be to meet their needs, a steady flow of requests usually ensues. Some Soldiers have even brought hand sketches they have made on the back of a napkin or an envelope.

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