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The U.S. government, along with industry partners, is working to stymie the Islamic State’s burgeoning social media campaign, which experts say is widespread and highly advanced for a terror organization.
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After more than a decade of development, 2015 promises to be a key year for the Navy’s mobile user objective system communication satellite.
http://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/archive/2014/December/Pages/PowerfulNewUHFSatelliteSystemExpectedbyEndof2015.aspx
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CAE offered the government of Brunei a deal it could not refuse: To build a state-of-the-art training center the Southeast Asian nation could make available to its armed forces, civilian aviation agencies and private industries.
http://www.nationaldefensemagazine.org/archive/2014/December/Pages/MilitaryTrainingDilemmaToOutsourceorNot.aspx
 

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Pentagon Mulls Strategy for Next Arms Race
The idea that the United States might see its overwhelming dominance in weapons technology erode is hard to comprehend given the enormous spending gap between the Pentagon and everyone else.
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