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Science, technology, assessment bridges CEMA, kinetic effects in tactical command posts
Cyber Blitz April 2016The U.S. Army Materiel Command’s Communications-Electronics Research, Development and Engineering Center, or CERDEC, took the vision of the Cyber Center of Excellence’s Commanding General Maj. Gen. Stephan Fogarty, and brought together key assets from across the Army to its experimentation venue at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst in New Jersey to look at elements of cyber and electromagnetic spectrum in an event called “Cyber Blitz: Converged Brigade Combat Team Main Command Post.”


Soldiers support Qatar Charity – “Swim for a Cause”
Soldiers support Qatar Charity – “Swim for a Cause”Soldiers from Camp As Sayliyah support a Qatar Charity by swimming for a cause.


Marine Corps teams with Sandia on microgrids and renewable energy planning
Marine Corps teams with Sandia on microgrids and renewable energy planningALBUQUERQUE, N.M. — The U.S. Marine Corps are the first boots on the ground in a crisis. On the front lines, they must be able to power up securely without plugging into utilities. They require nothing less than completely reliable and cost-effective energy independence.


US Army assesses cyber, electromagnetic spectrum’s role in the command post
Cyber Blitz April 2016The U.S. Army brought together operational forces and elements from the cyber, training and doctrine, research and development, and acquisition communities to further define how the Army operationally adapts to cyber and electromagnetic threats April 18-29.


Space Soldiers or Space Warriors?
Space Soldiers or Space Warriors?Soldiers from the 1st Space Battalion do their version of a spur ride in the desert of Qatar instead of the mountains of Colorado.


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Daily Press Briefing with Spokesperson Mark Toner.



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Foreign Press Center Briefing: Robin HarperForeign Press Center Briefing: Robin Harper
Robin Harper, Associate Professor of Political Science at York College and former Deputy...


Daily Press Briefing with Spokesperson Mark TonerDaily Press Briefing with Spokesperson Mark Toner
US Department of State personnel deliver a daily press briefing.


Cartels and the U.S. Heroin Epidemic: Combating Drug Violence and Public Health CrisisCartels and the U.S. Heroin Epidemic: Combating Drug Violence and Public Health Crisis
INL Deputy Assistant Secretary Daniel Foote speaks before the Senate Foreign Relations...


NEA Deputy Assistant Secretary Desrocher speaks before House Foreign Affairs SubcommitteeNEA Deputy Assistant Secretary Desrocher speaks before House Foreign Affairs Subcommittee
NEA Deputy Assistant Secretary John Desrocher speaks before the House Foreign Affairs...


Daily Press BriefingDaily Press Briefing
Mark Toner, U.S. Department of State Deputy Spokesperson, delivers the daily press briefing.


Iran Nuclear Deal Oversight: Implementation and its ConsequencesIran Nuclear Deal Oversight: Implementation and its Consequences
U.S. Department of State Lead Coordinator for Iran Nuclear Implementation Stephen D. Mull and...


Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific, and International Cyber SecuritySenate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East Asia, the Pacific, and International Cyber Security
Coordinator Christopher Painter speaks before the Senate Foreign Relations Subcommittee on East...


Foreign Affairs Subcommittee Hearing on US/Saudi Counter-Terrorism RelationshipForeign Affairs Subcommittee Hearing on US/Saudi Counter-Terrorism Relationship
Foreign Affairs subcommittee hearing on US/Saudi counter-terrorism relationship.


Foreign Press Center Briefing: Race to the White House: Focus on the Latino ElectorateForeign Press Center Briefing: Race to the White House: Focus on the Latino Electorate
Dr. Laird Bergad briefs the New York Foreign Press Center on how Latino voters in America, the...


US Department of State Press Briefing with Mark TonerUS Department of State Press Briefing with Mark Toner
US Department of State personnel deliver a daily press briefing.


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The Bullet that Killed Abraham Lincoln, at the National Museum of Health and Medicine The Bullet that Killed Abraham Lincoln, at the National Museum of Health and Medicine
Description: Objects for the 2015 Lincoln Exhibit- objects associated with the autopsy of Abraham Lincoln. Caption: Bullet: Dr. Edward...


Cyber Blitz April 2016 Cyber Blitz April 2016
Army personnel participated in the U.S. Army's Cyber Blitz April 2016 at Joint Base McGuire-Dix-Lakehurst, N.J. Cyber Blitz provides the Army a...


Soldiers support Qatar Charity – “Swim for a Cause” Soldiers support Qatar Charity – “Swim for a Cause”
Captain Jennifer Evans cuts her way through the water as a part of “Swim for a Cause”.


Marine Corps teams with Sandia on microgrids and renewable energy planning Marine Corps teams with Sandia on microgrids and renewable energy planning
A U.S. Marine recharges batteries in the field for small electronics using a lightweight solar portable system. Sandia National Laboratories...


Fuerzas Comando 2016 Fuerzas Comando 2016
A competitor from Jamaica goes over his score after completing a critical task evaluation, May 3, 2016, as part of Fuerzas Comando 2016, a...


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Vice President Biden Speaks at the Human Rights Campaign Gala Dinner
Vice President Biden Speaks at the Human Rights Campaign Gala Dinner. Audio only.


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No más cruces en la frontera (No More Crosses at the Border) is a humanitarian unbranded campaign developed by the Department of Homeland...


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No más cruces en la frontera (No More Crosses at the Border) is a humanitarian unbranded campaign developed by the Department of Homeland...


Audio for the NYFPC Briefing on T-TIP
This is the audio file is for editing to fill the silence in today's New York Foreign Press Center Briefing - Press Conference to close the 9th...


US backs Security Council Resolution 2206 making political players responsible for peace
Explanation of vote at the adoption of Resolution 2206 on South Sudan, Samantha Power, U.S. permanent representative to the United Nations New York.