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Air Force Removes Drone Strike Data From Its Website

Drone attacks have been a point of contention for the Obama administration as well as the U.S. anti-terrorism strategy at large. A significant number of Americans, including the lawmakers, seem opposed to these. The Air Force started releasing drone strike data on its website back in October, but has removed that data now.
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Microsoft’s Windows 8 Bags $617 Million Defense Deal

Despite a lot of anticipation surrounding the launch of Windows 8, the sales of the new OS don't seem quite extraordinary. That may be disappointing for Microsoft, who has been hard at work in developing Windows 8. However, a new deal with Department of Defense(DoD) worth $617 million may make things better for the company.
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Urban Photonic Sandtable Display

DARPA's Urban Photonic Sandtable Display enables 3D battlefield planning without goofy glasses and that can be scaled up to six feet diagonally and allows visual depth of up to 12-inches.The technology comes courtesy of Zebra Imaging which earlier wowed us with some insane 3D printouts and the data will come from LIDAR systems like this…
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US Military Bans Removable Media Again

US military has officially solidified its reputation as a flake by banning the use of all removable media to prevent WikiLeaks sequel.US Military bans removable media to prove their senior officers in each branch relayed the orders and reaffirmed personnel would risk of court-martial if they failed to comply......
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X-37b Space Shuttle Landed Safely

On December 3, US Air Force’s X-37B has successfully landed on Vandenberg Air Force Base, California at around 1:16am PT-a successful end to the project's first orbital mission.The US Air Force’s first unmanned space plane successfully glided to a landing after nearly 225 days in space.The Air Force is preparing to launch another X-37B in Spring…
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