Immersive, 360-degree simulations are being used in the therapy to help soldiers relive their experiences.
Weeks after confirming the explosion, the Air Force monitors the resulting space junk in polar orbit.
The Training and Doctrine Command tested prototypes of solutions that provide combined surveillance, lethal and targeting assistance to soldiers.
The National Geospatial-Intelligence Agency recently awarded a three month extension to a contract for a new hosted desktop management pilot due to changes in time tables.
The lab is taking new approaches to polymer-based defensive equipment that will better protect soldiers in decades to come.
Lab awards additional funding for research into wide field-of-view image seekers for increased targeting ability in cluttered environments.
Communications equipment is being outfitted on tactical vehicles in preparation for the Network Integration Evaluation 15.2 this spring.
Phase I of the program will lay the groundwork for adding autonomy to manned aircraft without modifying the craft.