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Robots: Eliminating the First Contact with an Enemy Force


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ARMY NEWS SERVICE (MARCH 7, 2016)

David Vergun

SPRINGFIELD, Va.—”We should be thinking about having a robotic vanguard, particularly for maneuver formations,” said Dr. Bob Sadowski. “There’s no reason why the first contact with an enemy force should be with a man-platform, because it means that platform is at the greatest risk.”

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2015 Marks Science, Technology Breakthroughs

ARMY NEWS SERVICE (DEC. 29, 2015)

Compiled by David Vergun

WASHINGTON—In 2015, the U.S. Army’s homepage published dozens of stories regarding technology being developed by engineers and scientists across the force. Among the topics of interest were developments in power distribution, robotics, and network security software.

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Better Buying Power’ Key to Maintaining Army Tech Edge

ARMY NEWS SERVICE (APRIL 10, 2015)

David Vergun

WASHINGTON—If the Army is to maintain its technological edge over potential adversaries, it must improve the way it conducts business with industry partners, said one of the Service’s top acquisition experts.

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