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    Science of War

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    Features stories about new battlefield technologies and the science behind todays military.


    • JDAT Support to the Black Dart C-UAS Demonstration

      Current U.S. integrated air and missile defense capabilities are not keeping pace with the rapidly evolving unmanned aerial systems threat and require both materiel and non-materiel solutions to mitigate warfighter capability gaps. BLACK DART is an annual field demonstration of current and emergent Counter-UAS technologies sponsored by the Joint Staff J8 Joint Integrated Air and Missile Defense Organization also known as JIAMDO. As the Black Dart 2016 lead assessment organization, the Joint Staff J6 Joint Deployable Analysis Team, also known as JDAT, collected data to answer two main questions: 1- Can current fielded systems counter UAS threats? 2- And, what is the capability or potential of non-Program of Record systems to enhance counter UAS operations? The live-fly, live-fire demonstration took place in late 2016 at Eglin Air Force Base, Florida and the surrounding land and sea ranges with over 900 personnel in attendance including participants from Australia, Canada, Japan, South Korea, and Taiwan. BLACK DART demonstrations began in 2010 and are the only Joint and partner nation Department of Defense counter UAS events. The JDAT Black Dart Report will include detailed findings on systems’ abilities to detect, track, identify, and negate unmanned aircraft systems to support Joint and Combined warfighter capabilities and make our forces more connected, survivable, and lethal on the battlefield. a. Execute live-fly, live-fire C-UAS technology demonstrations to assess and validate existing and emerging IAMD capabilities. b. Present emerging solutions to inform requirements decision making. c. Identify and develop IAMD operational concepts, system interoperability, and operational architectures for the C-UAS mission set. d. Advocate for warfighters’ desired C-UAS capabilities and affordable, integrated solutions. e. Identify C-UAS capability gaps for IAMD. f. Identify promising materiel and non-materiel solutions for C-UAS operations. g. Investigate new methods for UAS Combat Identification (CID). h. Improve completeness of the shared air picture with respect to Unmanned Aircraft Systems (UASs). i. Develop C-UAS non-kinetic negation methods and techniques. j. Promote and integrate interagency participation and capabilities. k. Promote foreign/partner nation observer participation and coordination. The demonstration will include Program of Record (POR) as well as non-POR C-UASs demonstrating capabilities and/or collecting data in support of proprietary C-UAS development. Onsite data collection supports real-time feedback, opportunities for participant feedback, and becomes the basis for formal analysis at the conclusion of the demonstration. In order to align with warfighter needs, JIAMDO coordinated with the Combatant Commands and Services to prioritize capability gaps related to C-UAS.


    • JDAT Support to the U.S. Army's Maneuver Battle Lab Squad X Event

      Squad X is a multiyear Department of Defense program sponsored by DARPA to identify emerging technologies and facilitate their development for military use. The Joint Deployable Analysis Team, also known as JDAT, recently supported the United States Army Training and Doctrine Command’s Maneuver Battle Lab by enhancing their assessment process for testing Squad capabilities. The Maneuver Battle Lab is responsible for infantry capabilities development under TRADOC’s Maneuver Center of Excellence, the project lead for this DARPA-sponsored initiative. Over the course of several events held at Fort Benning, Georgia, JDAT collected digital and voice data passed between systems from the infantry Company through subordinate SQD levels and assisted in the analysis effort. The assessment will provide observations, findings, conclusions, and recommendations to the U.S. Army and the DOD regarding new technology initiatives and their contribution to improve dismounted infantry SQD mission performance. This year’s program will establish a baseline capability to compare against future experimental technologies employed by dismounted infantry SQDs.


    • JDAT Operational Video: Helping Warfighters Solve Capability Gaps & Shortfalls

      This Joint and Coalition-based operational video is designed to more effectively communicate how JDAT can help solve crucial warfighter, system, and interoperability shortfalls in support of Combatant Commands, Centers of Excellence, DOT&E, select-DOD schoolhouses, and other key partners. This short video can be used to familiarize U.S. and Coalition military leaders about JDAT's unique capabilities, resources, and products that when fully leveraged can enhance interoperability, command and control operations, and overall mission effectiveness in today's challenging and ever-evolving operational environment. JDAT is a division under the Joint Staff J6 and collaborates and/or supports numerous military organizations and partners including: - Combatant Commands - Centers of Excellence - Service OTAs, USD AT&L, DOT&E - Select Service and Coalition Program Offices - A variety of DOD Schoolhouses - Service Centers for Lessons Learned - Joint and Coalition Warfighters! Bottom line: JDAT develops warfighter-focused analysis plans, and conducts data collection and root cause analysis to help solve capability gaps and shortfalls that will ultimately enhance mission effectiveness while reducing the potential of fratricide and collateral damage.


    • Nellis AFB Solar Array II

      Cutting costs has never been more important for the Air Force than it is now. Airman 1st Class Christina Ensley shows us how Air Force leaders are partnering with industry leaders in Las Vegas, Nevada to not only save money but the environment as well.


    • The ONI Enterprise

      Office of Naval Intelligence


    • AFIT Research Team Develops Multispectral Camera System

      An Air Force Institute of Technology research team improves human skin detection using a new multispectral camera system. The new technology could significantly enhance Search and Rescue or Recovery operations.


    • Saving Lives on the Battlefield

      In an effort to eliminate future fratricide incidents to our military members on the battlefield, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base has developed new technology that integrates with other D-o-D weapon systems. Here is James Truitt with the story. ----------------------------------- This Air Force technology will be available to units by the end of the year.


    • Armed Services Whole Blood Processing Lab- East

      Broadcast Story from JB MDL on the sole supplier of blood products to CENTCOM, ASWBPL-East


    • Wright-Patterson Brings in Thunder

      Last year, Wright-Patterson Air Force Base was introduced to Lightning, this year rolled in the Thunder. Wright-Patterson Air Force base hosted a ribbon cutting presenting the newest supercomputer on base. Senior Airman Franchesca Pancham reports on “Thunder.” Includes soundbites from Doug Ebersole, executive director, AFRL, and Susan Cox-Stouffer, aerospace engineer.


    • Seymour Johnson Precision Airmen

      Did you know precision Airmen from Seymour Johnson Air Force Base can measure down to a 1/1,000,000 of an inch? Check out how these Airmen keep the F-15 mission going.


    • Sailors Needed in Space

      NASA is looking for Sailors for the next class of astronauts. Neutral Buoyancy Lab training is just one step on your path to the stars. CG: SUNITA L. WILLIAMS (CAPTAIN, USN) NASA ASTRONAUT VICTOR J. GLOVER, JR (COMMANDER, U.S. NAVY) NASA ASTRONAUT


    • Keeping Pilots Safe

      Pilots play a key role in the Air Force’s mission to Fly, Fight and Win… Here is James Truitt with how Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is keeping them in the fight.


    • New Tech Gives Camp Pendleton Energy Security

      This video showcases the Camp Pendleton FractalGrid, which provides uninterrupted power to loads within a subset of the 52 Area boundary. Upon demand, FractalGrid units are able to island themselves from parent grids, including the utility grid, without any disruption to the facility or adjacent communications and civil infrastructure services, and subsequently grid connect when needed.


    • Solar Optical Observatory

      Airmen of Detachment 4, 2nd Weather Squadron, at Holloman Air Force Base conduct maintenance on a solar telescope.


    • Emergency Telemedicine at Ukraine 2015

      NATO and Ukraine are hosting a disaster relief exercise, and participants from 25 partner nations are sharing their equipment and expertise with each other. Staff Sergeant Tristan McIntire tells us about a new technology NATO is using to assist emergency medical teams.


    • Exercise Pacific Endeavor 2015 Cyber Endeavor

      Exercise Pacific Endeavor 2015 is a multinational interoperability program. Participants learned about cyber, satellite, and radio communications during a humanitarian aid and disaster operations.


    • Pacific Update: Typhoon Support

      During typhoon season, there are procedures that base meteorologists must take to prepare residents for possible typhoons in the Kanto plain. Airman first class Justin Stokes shows how they’re doing it on Yokota Air Base.


    • Saving the Wright-Bee Flyers

      On June 20, 2014, President Barack Obama issued a presidential memorandum to promote the health of honey bees and other pollinators. The memorandum states that the Department of Defense shall support habitat restoration projects for pollinators. Watch to see how Wright-Patt is supporting the President's memorandum.


    • C130J Simulator

      The Air Force is always looking for ways to not only improve training, but save money. Army Sergeant Cory Leatherman visits with a pilot about new equipment that does both.


    • Developing Open Skies

      For more than 20 years, Open Skies has been one of the most wide-ranging international arms control efforts to promote openness and transparency in military forces and activities. John Harrington shows us how no matter where a U.S. Open Skies aircraft flies, it's payload always makes its way to Wright-Patterson Air Force Base.


    • Team Hill F-35 Video

      A depiction of why Hill Air Force Base is the ideal location for "Ops-1", the Air Force's first operational F-35 unit.


    • EOD2 Ryan Bejar Feature; IVER 3 Unmanned Underwater Vehicle

      Explosive Ordnance Disposal Technician 2nd Class Ryan Bejar, assigned to Commander, Task Group (CTG) 56.1, talks about his experience with the Iver 3 unmanned underwater vehicle and its importance to the Navy EOD community at CTG 56.1 in Manama, Bahrain, July 6, 2015. Also available in high definition. (U.S. Navy video by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Arthurgwain L. Marquez/Released)


    • Ellsworth B-1 Upgrade

      News story on the first B-1 bomber from Ellsworth AFB to have the Integrated Battle Station Upgrade installed.


    • DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals 2015: B-ROLL- Robots in Action

      Robots on display at exposition, disaster relief robots moving through obstacle course, Atrias the jogging robot, and international team working in garage. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) hosts the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals 2015 at the Fairplex in Pomona, California. Twenty-five teams from around the world enter their autonomous robot designs to compete for a two million dollar grand prize. The goal for each robot is to accomplish a series of tasks that could aid response efforts during a man-made or natural disaster.


    • DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals 2015: Interview-John Seminatore

      The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) hosts the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals 2015 at the Fairplex in Pomona, California. Twenty-five teams from around the world enter their autonomous robot designs to compete for a two million dollar grand prize. The goal for each robot is to accomplish a series of tasks that could aid response efforts during man-made or natural disasters. Interview: John Seminatore, Team VALOR Program Manager


    • DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals 2015: B-ROLL Opening Ceremony

      Main Event opens to public at the grandstands. The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) hosts the DARPA Robotics Challenge Finals 2015 at the Fairplex in Pomona, California. Twenty-five teams from around the world enter their autonomous robot designs to compete for a two million dollar grand prize. The goal for each robot is to accomplish a series of tasks that could aid response efforts during man-made or natural disasters.


    • NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance: The Global Hawk Block 40

      The first of NATO’s five unmanned air vehicles rolled off the factory line in San Diego on Thursday, 4 June 2015.  The Global Hawk Block 40 is part of the Alliance Ground Surveillance Program (AGS).  The NATO-owned and -operated AGS core capability will enable the Alliance to perform persistent surveillance over wide areas from high-altitude long-endurance  aircraft  in any weather or light condition . The system will give commanders a comprehensive picture of the situation on the ground. The AGS system is being acquired by 15 Allies (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and the United States). AGS is scheduled to reach initial operational capability by the end of 2017. The air vehicles will be controlled from the main operating centre in Sigonella, Italy.


    • NATO Alliance Ground Surveillance: The Global Hawk

      The first of NATO’s five unmanned air vehicles rolled off the factory line in San Diego on Thursday, 4 June 2015.  The Global Hawk Block 40 is part of the Alliance Ground Surveillance Program (AGS).  The NATO-owned and -operated AGS core capability will enable the Alliance to perform persistent surveillance over wide areas from high-altitude long-endurance  aircraft  in any weather or light condition . The system will give commanders a comprehensive picture of the situation on the ground. The AGS system is being acquired by 15 Allies (Bulgaria, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Germany, Italy, Latvia, Lithuania, Luxembourg, Norway, Poland, Romania, Slovakia, Slovenia and the United States). AGS is scheduled to reach initial operational capability by the end of 2017. The air vehicles will be controlled from the main operating centre in Sigonella, Italy.


    • SPAWAR is Changing the Game on Virtual Reality

      At any given time, the military and civilian personnel at Space and Naval Warfare Systems Center Pacific (SSC Pacific) are working on thousands of projects, which aim to better our Navy and the Sailors who serve her. The Battlespace Exploitation of Mixed Reality (BEMR) lab is doing their part by utilizing new technology being developed in virtual reality and figuring out how the Navy can use it to transform the way the Sailors do their jobs. Using websites like, the lab takes the newest technologies being developed and looks for ways to incorporate it in the fleet.


    • Nondestructive Inspection

      Nondestructive Inspection Technicians of the 49th Maintenance Squadron at Holloman Air Force Base are detrimental in assuring the success of the base mission.


    • Pentagon Lab Day

      The Pentagon hosted the first ever lab day. Produced by Senior Airman Nicholas Alder. Includes soundbites from Dr. Morley Stone, Air Force Research Laboratory, and Maj. Gen. Thomas Masiello, commander, Air Force Research Laboratory.


    • New Military Technology Goes Public

      The Pentagon has showcased some of the military's newest technology in its first ever Defense Department Lab Day. Our Pentagon correspondent Carla Babb was there to see the inventors show off the latest gadgets.


    • Fairchild Tests Maintenance Hangar’s Emergency Foam System

      Maintainers, emergency responders and local contractors tested the installation’s high expansion foam discharge in the repair aircraft maintenance hangar April 8 to ensure the safety and security of Fairchild personnel, equipment and facilities. The test allowed the installation to assess whether the system was capable of meeting essential milestones required for full certification, including covering at least 90 percent of the aircraft’s silhouette and covering the entire hangar floor with at least one meter of foam within four minutes.


    • Air Force Research Lab Breaks New Ground with Additive Manufacturing

      Scientists at Air Force Research Lab, Wright Patterson Air Force Base, Ohio, work with additive manufacturing/3d printing to design lighter, more durable electronics.


    • Airmen of the 28th: Diagnostic Imaging (Radiology)

      SSgt Andrew Caber; 28th MDSS, Diagnostic Imaging Technician, talks about her duties in her current position.


    • The Greatest Ship Never Known : USS Shadwell

      During the battle, Shadwell was struck by a torpedo on the starboard side, tearing a hole in the ship's bottom 60-feet wide. The crew of 500 frantically worked to save the ship, but Shadwell was flooding, and sinking. Shadwell's crew worked through the night to save their sinking ship. By morning they were under their own power, and no longer taking on water. No lives lost. Three injured. Their efforts were rewarded. A Ship of Two Histories Nearly 70 years later, Shadwell no longer patrols the waters of the Pacific; the ship is moored to a small island in the waters of Mobile Bay, near the historic Civil War naval battle site. Instead of being mothballed, sunk in target practice, or being converted to a museum ship, Shadwell is in the business of saving lives.


    • Saul-The Germ Zapping Robot

      The 633rd Medical Group has a new way of disinfecting patient rooms and the OR with cutting edge technology. SSgt Sara Morrison has more.


    • F35 Simulator

      The United States Air Force will be implementing a new aircraft in the coming years. Airman First Class Madison Champine reports from Yokota Air Base, where Airmen are getting a sneak peak. Includes sound bites from Bob DuLaney, Director of Customer Engagements and Tony Stutts F-35 Simulator Instructor. Also available in high definition.


    • Precision Engineering

      Every morning since 2013, Kelli Joachim has boarded the same gray, steel-hull, guided-missile destroyer floating in San Diego Bay - USS John Paul Jones. She pulls the same tattered pair of navy blue, grease-stained coveralls out of her stand-up locker in the female berthing and slides into them. Video by Mass Communication Specialist 2nd Class Dominique Pineiro, Defense Media Activity The 20-year-old Las Vegas native doesn't fit the mold of a "prototypical" electrical engineer, and she knows it. "I'm a lot smaller than most of the people I work with, but that's alright. I work just as hard, I'm a fast learner and I bring a positive attitude to the workplace," she said. She's five foot nothing, probably weighs 100 pounds soaking wet, and is in a perpetual state of happiness. While most of her peers sit behind desks and in front computers to complete a day's work, her workplace of choice is in the heart of the ship, and her tools of choice are wrenches and screwdrivers.


    • Redefining Intelligence With Eyes, No Arms

      NATO is acquiring an Alliance Ground Surveillance (AGS) system that will give commanders a comprehensive picture of the situation on the ground. NATO’s operation to protect civilians in Libya and recent global security crises show the importance of such a capability. Also available in high definition.


    • Marines Test New Warfighting Concepts and Capabilities

      The United States Marine Corps Warfighting Lab conducted an Advanced Warfighting Experiment (AWE) as part of the Rim of the Pacific Exercise (RIMPAC) July 9 - 14, 2014. As threats to America's global interests evolve and manifest in new ways, the Marine Corps will step out smartly to assess its own methodologies, composition and equipment requirements to ensure effectiveness in a rapidly changing environment. The AWE is part of the Marine Corps' commitment to rebalance and posture itself for future security environments around the world. Also available in high definition.


    • Launching Rockets for NASA

      White Sands Missile Range, New Mexico, is home to a small group of sailors doing some pretty cool work. One of those sailors is Gunner's Mate 1st Class Brenda Reis, and she launches rockets for NASA.


    • Extending the Reach of the Warfighter through Robotics (ERWR)

      Extending the Reach of the Warfighter through Robotics (ERWR) Demonstration was held at Ft. Benning, GA August 7, 2014. This demo combined unmanned air and unmanned ground vehicles to conduct a completely unmanned planned resupply mission. Available in high definition.


    • Iron Thunder Trains on Paladin Simulator

      Fort Bliss artillery crew members with 4th Battalion, 27th Field Artillery Regiment, recently stepped into a simulated self-propelled howitzer trainer at the Fort Bliss simulation center. The Fire Support Combined Arms Tactical Trainer (FS-CATT) allows Soldier's to train in a realistic simulator that prepares them for upcoming dry fire and live fire gunnery training. Also available in high definition.


    • Heads In the Clouds

      Meteorological Oceanographic analyst Marines aboard Marine Corps Air Station New River forecast weather conditions to ensure the safety of flight operations and air station facilities July 28. Using online weather forecast and radar systems, METOC Marines provide accurate weather projections for Marine Corps installations. (U.S. Marine Corps motion media by Cpl. Cameron Payne/Released). Available in high definition.


    • 1-7 Marines TOW Missile Range-001 (Long)

      C Company, 1st Battalion, 7th Marines conducts a TOW Missile range at Tactical Base Dwyer. Lance Corporal Zachary Marquard, Missile Specialist, C Co., 1st Battalion, 7th Marines, explains how vital the TOW Missiles are to their mission and what it’s like to fire those high powered missiles.


    • Intelligence Professionals Ensure Aircrew Well Being During Exercise Southern Frontier

      Maintainers with Marine All Weather Fighter Attack Squadron 242 aren’t the only ones directly responsible for the overall well being of the aircrew. It’s up to the Intelligence Department who supports the pilots while they fly. Corporal Anthony Rayis has the story. Video contains interviews with Marines from Dinwiddie, Va., and Cranberry Township, Penn. Available in high definition.


    • Afghan Robotic Operator Maintenance Repair (Long Version)

      2LT Saeed Muhammad Nadir is training to be the first soldier in the Afghan 201st Corps who is trained in maintaining the MMP30, or Mechanical Mobile Platform. This robot is used to disarm improvised explosive devices from a safe distance. Includes sound bites from 2nd Lt. Saeed Muhammad Nadir, Robotic Maintenance Student and Ryan Phillips, Robotic Maintenance Instructor. Also available in high definition.


    • Rapid Equipping Force: From Ideas to Solutions (Long Version)

      The Rapid Equipping Force on Bagram Airfield, harnesses current and emerging technologies to provide immediate solutions to the urgent challenges of U.S. Army forces deployed in Afghanistan. The REF designed the prototype for the 500 Round Ammunition Pack System or "IRONMAN", which took a soldier’s concept for an ammunition backpack. Also available in high definition.


    • 3/3 Takes On RIMPAC with Experimental Technology

      A Marine rides in the back of the Ground Unmanned Support Surrogate, experimental technology being tested by Marine Corps Warfighting Lab during Rim of the Pacific 2014 at Kahuku Training Area July 10, 2014. The GUSS is a multi-purpose support vehicle equipped with sensors to allow operation with or without a driver. GUSS is one of many technologies being experimented in a field environment during the Advanced Warfighting Experiment. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Sgt. Sarah Dietz)


    • Legged Squad Support System (LS3) B-roll

      Marines field test a LS3 at the Kahuku Training Area in Oahu, Hawaii.


    • Driverless GoPro - Marines test unmanned ground vehicle GUSS in Hawaii

      GoPro footage of Marines maneuvering the Ground Unmanned Support Surrogate (GUSS), experimental technology being tested by the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab during Rim of the Pacific 2014 at Kahuku Training Area on Oahu, Hawaii, July 12, 2014. The GUSS is a multi-purpose support vehicle based on the ITV equipped with sensors to allow operation with or without a driver. GUSS is one of many technologies being experimented in a field environment during the Advanced Warfighting Experiment looking at new technologies and war fighting concepts for the Marine Corps of the future. Available in high definition.


    • Marines Field Testing New Equipment during RIMPAC 2014, TV Package

      The Rim of the Pacific exercise provides unique training opportunities for participants from across the military services. Master Sergeant Ryan Kruse reports on how Marines are taking advantage of RIMPAC by getting their hands on experimental gear designed to make their job a little easier and help keep them alive. Includes soundbites from Lance Cpl. Steven Barringer, team leader, Ruel Faruque, engineer, TORC Robotics, and PO3 (HM3) Justin Pierce, hospital corpsman.


    • Marine Amphibious Landing with Experimental Technology Craft

      Live streaming of the Marine amphibious landing during RIMPAC 2014. The Marines will be testing a prototype amphibious vehicle called UHAC (Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector). The UHAC will come ashore from the USS Rushmore, July 10, 2014 at Marine Corps Training Area Bellows on Oahu, Hawaii during a Marine Corps Advanced Warfighting Experiment. The AWE is the culmination of a decade of progressive experimentation conducted by the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab (MCWL) where they are testing potential future technologies, solutions and concepts to future Marine Air Ground Task Force challenges. The AWE is taking part during the Rim of the Pacific (RIMPAC) Exercise 2014. Lt. Col. Don Gordon, the current technology officer at MCWL, said the UHAC is one of those experimental technologies that displays a possible capability of being able to insert Marines in areas where current technology wouldn’t be able to insert them based on current systems that are fielded. The UHAC prototype is a ship-to-shore connector and is half the size of the intended machine. Currently, the UHAC travels at four knots using a track system with floatation-like pads that propels itself through different terrain.


    • UHAC begins first mission at Advanced Warfighting Experiment

      The Ultra Heavy-Lift Amphibious Connector makes its way toward the USS Rushmore to pick up heavy logistics gear and ITV to support operations on Marine Corps Training Area Bellows, Hawaii, during the Marine Corps Warfighting Lab’s Advanced Warfare Experiment, July 11, 2014.


    • Technology Supports Pilots in the Fight

      The Helmet Mounted Integrated Targeting System, also known as HMIT has provided a necessary tool for fighter pilots providing armed over-watch and close-air-support in Afghanistan. Also available in high definition.


    • AMAS Capabilities Demonstration II

      Autonomous Mobility Applique' System Demo at the Savannah River Site, SC on May 29, 2014. The AMAS kit can transform ordinary military trucks into optionally-manned vehicles. Available in high definition.


    • 2014 Autonomous Mobility Appliqué System – Capabilities Advancement Demonstration II (AMAS CAD II)

      AMAS CAD II is a demonstration enabled by Joint Capabilities Technology Demonstration (JCTD) that will showcase innovative technology that has led to advanced operational feasibility for autonomy-enabled vehicle systems. The demonstration will include a fully unmanned convoy featuring unmanned lead vehicles that are able to negotiate traffic, follow rules of the road, recognize pedestrians and avoid obstacles as they lead the larger vehicle convoy at higher speeds. Autonomy-enabled future vehicles will provide warfighters a distinct technological advantage on the battlefield and the flexibility to adapt to tomorrow’s ever-changing and evolving threats by creating greater stand-off distance from danger, making supply distribution more efficient and decreasing logistics burdens for the Army of 2025.


    • Weather

      Weather conditions can be the difference between a successful flight and a failed one. Technical Sergeant Troy Vickers keeps his eye in the sky to make sure we have the right conditions for the mission. Produced by Petty Officer 2nd class Donavan Patubo.


    • Armed with Science

      This edition features a story on satellite maintenance.


    • EOD Performs Remote Entry Procedures

      Soldiers of the 759th Explosive Ordinance Disposal Company performed remote entry procedures during a vehicle born IED training on Camp Bondsteel, Kosovo. SGT Ricky Perez tells us more. Available in high definition.


    • STEM Program

      Young minds come together to form what Seoul American Middle School calls Science…Technology…Engineering…and Math; better known as “The Stem Program.” What is this class you might ask? Well, STEM Program is all about engineering design. It’s about teaching students that you have to think about the problem, come up with a solution for the problem, present it and try, try, try again. SUGGESTED LEAD: Imagine a group of students in a classroom where childhood toys is the topic of discussion, but what being built is tomorrow’s future. Army Sergeant Antonio Vincent visits Seoul American Middle School to tell us more. SUGGESTED TAG: In April the students will test what they’ve learned with a toothpick bridge competition.


    • "Night Eyes" C-RAM

      As Operation Enduring Freedom and major U.S. combat operations in Afghanistan enter final phases, force protection operations are a no fail mission for the 2-44th ADA a support asset to the 1st Sustainment Comman(Theater). Soldiers from the 2-44th ADA have installed several Counter Rocket Artillery Missile systems (CRAM) across Bagram Airfield to assure safe counter aerial defense efforts and to sustain operations here.


    • A Different Kind of Lab Work

      Airman Gunn takes us to the fuels laboratory on Altus Air Force Base to get a closer look at what it takes to achieve global mobility.


    • Fuels Laboratory

      Almost every part of the Air Force mission depends on a steady supply of fuel. SSgt Dustin Roberts shows us how the fuels laboratory keeps up the important job of quality testing.


    • Rise of the Machine | Marines Test Load-Bearing Robotic Mule for First Time

      "The goal of this machine is to go where the warfighter goes while carrying the load." — Kevin Blankespoor | chief engineer on the Legged Squad Support System project Marines test the capabilities of the Legged Squad Support System for the first time. Marines with 1st Battalion, 5th Marine Regiment, put the system through its paces at Fort Devens, Mass., Nov. 5-7, 2013. The system, or LS3, is designed to reduce the load Marines carry in combat, can reach speeds of 6 mph and carry up to 400 pounds. The LS3 was created by Boston Dynamics with funding from the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) and is currently being tested by the Marine Corps. (U.S. Marine Corps video by Sgt. Mike V. Walters)


    • AMC Helps Reduce Sniper Attacks

      Going green is so trendy the military is doing it. But the Army Materiel Command says it’s for tactical reasons.


    • NOAA's Arctic Flight

      The National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration take off from Eielson Air Force Base, Alaska, on a research mission over the Arctic Ocean. Available in High Definition.


    • Solid State - Active Denial Technology

      The Solid State Active Denial Technology (SS-ADT) is a non-lethal weapon system which disrupts hostile activities and can deny personnel from remaining in specific areas, without causing permanent physical harm or collateral damage.


    • AMC Demos 10kw Fuel Cell Unit

      The Department of Defense is pushing to develop and deploy renewable energy to the battlefield in order to decrease its need for transporting fuel.


    • Pure Petrol (Long Version)

      U.S. Army fuel specialists test and maintain the Jalalabad Airfield petroleum supply to keep aircraft safe from damaging contaminants. Lead: With U.S. military helicopters sporting high-end engines and fuel systems, U.S. Army Fuel Specialists at Jalalabad Airfield continually test their petroleum supply to prevent impurities from damaging the aircraft. Marine Corporal Joshua DeFour reports. Soundbites include SFC Jesus Cano - Petroleum Lab NCO; SGT Roger Williams - Petroleum Lab Specialist; SPC Jason Icenhour - Fuel Specialist and SSG Arturo Espino - Petroleum Supply NCO. Produced by Cpl Joshua DeFour. Also available in High Definition.


    • Precision Measurements (Long Version)

      Senior Airman Nicholas Eacmen gives tour of the Ramstein Air Base Precision Measurement Equipment Laboratory and explains his mission. Also available in high definition


    • Air Force Tests Unmanned F-16

      ℠2013 - Air Force leaders say the first test flight of an unmanned F-16 has been a success. It's part of a two year program to create a faster, more agile target plane for training fighter pilots. Also available in High Definition.


    • Denali Paratroopers Test New Vehicles

      The Paratroopers of Headquarters Troop, 1st Squadron (Airborne), 40th Cavalry Regiment, receive training on the new "Search & Rescue Tactical Vehicle" while at DTA near Fort Greely, Alaska.


    • Harnessing New Ideas

      A new study by the U.S. Army Research Laboratory says gunners, patrol personnel, cooks, medics and other Soldiers who wear helmets for long periods of time could get much needed head and neck relief from a revolutionary device. Available in high definition.


    • Harvesting Energy

      What if scientists and engineers could harvest energy for war fighters, like bottom feeders scavenge in the ocean? What if that energy could be harvested right from the battlefield? It may sound novel but Army Materiel Command's Army Research Laboratory is pursuing ways to provide Soldiers continuous renewable energy while at war. Available in high definition.


    • Soldiers Update: Astronaut Candidates

      NASA selects two Army Majors among the eight Astronaut Candidates from more than 6,000 applicants. Available in high definition.


    • LAAD Venom

      Low Altitude Air Defense Marines with 3rd LAAD Battalion train to defend themselves and America against air threats with a variety of surface-to-air weapons systems. Also available in high definition.


    • UAV Technology

      2013 - SFAAT teams are no strangers to technology. See how Unmanned Aerial Vehicles help the CFT Warrior complete its mission.


    • Joint Threat Emitter Simulates Real Life Attack

      Ritidian Point recently became home to the newest addition in Anderson's effort for better threat readiness. Called the Joint Threat Emitter, these Navy and Air Force radar systems provide a ground threat warning up to the aricraft to simulate a real-life attack.


    • Hush House

      Inspections have always played an important role in military life. SrA Jonathon Guzman takes us to one of Misawa’s Hush Houses where airmen have the lives of fighter pilots in their hands. Soundbites include TSgt. Aaron Mackey – Assistant Test Cell Section Chief and SrA. Mark Stadlberger Test Cell Technician. Produced by SrA Jonathon Guzman.


    • Joint Threat Emitter

      A1C Adam Harder, Reporting 36th Wing Public Affairs: Ritidian Point recently became home to the newest addition in Andersen’s effort for better threat readiness. Called the Joint Threat Emitter, these Navy and Air Force radar systems give aircraft flying from Andersen an opportunity to test their defense procedures. The radars provide a ground threat warning up to the aircraft to simulate a real-life attack. Available in high definition.


    • Health Assessment (long)

      Long shifts, little rest and minimal downtime can lead to stress on the immune system and health in general. In a deployed area, obtaining health feedback can lead to improving the war fighter's capability. Senior Airman Cameron Currie takes us to Kabul where a group of medics are provided diagnostics for the men and women of the New Kabul Compound. Available in high definition.


    • Soldier Scientists

      The 1st Area Medical Lab is the last unit of its kind left in the U.S. Army. They are soldier scientists, capable of building a laboratory in the middle of the desert, in order to protect our troops from any chemical threat.


    • MRE's Aid Warfighters (long)

      Increased battle rhythm, high stress operations and the stress of being away from family and friends can lead to deployed service members neglecting a key part of health. A balanced diet is hard to maintain while outside the wire, Senior Airman Cameron Currie tells us how the m-r-e is keeping Soldiers fueled.


    • Robots Save Lives, Long Version

      Service members of the 365th Combat Sustainment Support Battalion train with IED-detecting robots at Bagram Air Field, which will ensure safer missions for convoys and other ground operations. Soundbytes from Robert Luptke, robotics technician; MAJ Nicholas White, 365th CSSB. Story by Sgt Jimmy D. Shea. Also available in high definition.


    • Idaho National Guard Uses Blue Force Tracker to Fight Fires

      The Idaho National Guard has found a unique way to use combat equipment in support of state emergencies. Includes sound bite from Maj. Dennis Stitt, Joint Task Force Commander. Available in high definition.


    • Energy Star Award

      Proper energy conservation can make a huge difference in the budget of your workplace. A1C. Adam Harder reports how one medical shop is proving that you don't need to waste energy to stay efficient. Soundbites include Col. Herbert Scott - Commander 36th Medical Group and MSgt. Mark Paradis - Facility Manager 36 Medical Group. Produced by A1C. Adam Harder. Also available in High Definition.


    • Training Technology

      Package about the advancements in technology and training techniques. Produced by Petty Officer 2nd Class Blake Midnight. Soundbite from Cmdr. David Wallace. Also available in high definition


    • MRI Study - Long Package

      Magnetic Resonance Imaging machines stateside allow medical staff to get a better look at tissue in the human body, including the brain. Petty Officer Peggy Trujillo tells us how the M.R.I. trailer in Kandahar, Afghanistan is helping doctors conduct a study that will help exlain more about traumatic brain injury. Soundbites include LCDR. Maria Barefield - Officer in charge, Concussion Specialty Care Center and SGT. Christopher Giannetti - Occupational Therapy Assistant, Warrior Recovery Center. Produced by MC1. (SW/AW) Peggy Trujillo. Also available in High Definition.


    • 31st MEU's WMD and HazMat Teams Practice Night Operations

      Chemical, biological, radiological and nuclear defense specialists with the 31st Marine Expeditionary Unit practice night-time reconnaissance and detection. The Marines donned full protective suits and oxygen tanks to simulate being called to a site with unknown and potentially dangerous substances. Also available in high definition.


    • USAFA Hosts STEM Boot Camp for Teachers

      A critical piece of any country's success or failure is its ability to educate leaders in science, technology, engineering and mathematics. Known as STEM, they are critical components of our quality of life and our ability to defend ourselves. Jon Zanone tells us how, with the help of industry leaders and other services, the Air Force Academy is reaching out to kindergarden through twelfth grade teachers and helping them make STEM exciting for students. Includes soundbites from Col. Neal Barlow, Chair, USAFA Engineering Division, Lt. Col. Bob Kraus, USAFA chief scientist and Dr. Billy Chrisler, USAFA STEM outreach director. Also available in high definition.


    • NEXRAD Doppler Weather Radar

      Lead: Just 3 Airmen from Andersen’s 36th Communications Squadron work diligently to ensure the only weather radar in the entire Marianas Islands provides vital information to Andersen base weather, Guam International Airport, and even Hickam Air Force Base, Hawaii. SrA Whitlow explains what the radar is, how it works, and how important it is to the Andersen mission. Narration: Tucked behind the backroads of Guam, just south of Andersen Air Force Base stands a lone, tall radar tower. Operated by just 3 Airmen from the 36th Communications Squadron, it’s what they call the NEXRAD Doppler Radar. SSgt David Vanderloop, Ground Radar Technician, 36th Communications Squadron (36 CS): “The NEXRAD radar is a Next Generation weather Radar used here on Andersen. It provides products to Andersen base weather, FAA, the National Weather Service, and also Hickam gets a feed of from radar site.” Narration: The NEXRAD Doppler Radar system is a network of high-resolution weather radars operated by the National Weather Service. The NEXRAD detects precipitation, atmospheric movement, or wind by shooting radio frequencies out into the air. SSgt Vanderloop: “How the NEXRAD radar works is, we generate pulsed RF which shoots out of the antenna, which will then bounce off of a cloud, and then receive back into the same antenna it transmitted from, we will then process then send out to all of our users.” Narration: Although satellites work for a similar purpose, the NEXRAD radar provides a more in-depth look into the atmosphere. SSgt Benjamin Touchstone, Ground Radar Systems NCOIC, 36th Communications Squadron (36 CS): “Satellites coverage will give you a more aerial view of the cloud coverage in the area. The difference between it and the radar is the radar gives you a more detailed internal look of the cloud. So you can see what’s actually going on inside of it.” Narration: Without that radar coverage, weather forecasting is much more limited, which in turn directly affects Andersen’s high operational flying missions. SSgt Touchstone: “It’s important to have it up with all the air traffic we have coming in and out of Guam International Airport plus all of the training missions and exercises we run here from Andersen. Especially in certain circumstances where you’re flying stealth missions and things like that, some of those airplanes won’t actually fly without radar coverage up. These products are absolutely vital to all of Andersen’s flying missions” Narration: The NEXRAD is the only weather radar within the Marianas region. It serves the Andersen mission while also providing the Pacific region a detailed look into Guam’s skies. Soundbites from Staff Sgt. David Vanderloop, Staff Sgt. Benjamin Touchstone. Produced by Senior Airman Mariko Whitlow. Also available in high definition.


    • Tracking Typhoons

      People have always tried to predict the weather, even before they understood how it works. Navy Aerographer’s Mates now have forecasting the weather down to a science. At Fleet Activities Yokosuka watching the weather is a full time job as Chris Henry explains. Includes sound bites from Chief Aerographer’s Mate (AW/SW/IDW) Travis Younce and Aerographer’s Mate 1st Class, (AW) Christopher Thompson.


    • Virtual Reality helps to Improve War Fighter Training

      Scientists from Army Materiel Command have developed the Dismounted Soldier System in hopes for a more efficient and effective training option. Available in high definition.


    • 3D Holographs Provide New Edge for Battle

      The 3D and holographic displays currently being developed by Army Materiel Command will place a new capability into the hands of the Soldier, with uses including mission planning, debriefing, or simulation and training. Also available in high definition.


    • FOB Lagman Soldiers Prepare an Unmanned Aircraft System for Flight

      Soldiers from the 1-14th Cav, 3-2 ID prepare and launch an Unmanned Aircraft System, the Shadow 200. Includes sound bites from Pfc. Kyle Birely, UAS Maintainer. Hometown: Clinton, Iowa. Also available in high definition.


    • News Story - Automated Tactical Ammunition Sorting System

      Pfc. James Bowen, Jr. of the 1st TSC reports on the innovative technology of the Automated Tactical Ammunition Sorting System being utilized at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. Soundbites from Dustin Hoover and Capt. Randall Hall. Also available in high definition


    • Discovery Shuttle

      After 30 years of service space shuttle Discovery has retired.


    • HIMARS

      A short video depicting the HIMARS weapons system conducting live fire exercises during Weapons and Tactics Instructor Course 2-12.


    • Scanner Helps Security Forces – Package, Long

      Package about how Security Forces at Bagram Airfield, Afghanistan have a new tool in keeping the base secure, LCpl. Christofer Baines tells us how its helping the mission. Soundbite includes TSgt. Michael Larsen – ECP NCOIC. Produced by LCpl. Christofer Baines. Also available in High Definition.


    • B-1 close-air support capability

      Answering the call of the warfighter, testers at Edwards combined efforts to bring the latest striking capabilities to the B-1 bomber in 2012 by completing its Laptop Controlled Targeting Pod Phase II upgrade. . Jet Fabara with the report. Soundbites: Jet Fabara, reporting; 95th Air Base Wing Public Affairs Maj. David Marten, B-1 flight commander; 419th Flight Test Squadron Lt. Col. Hans Miller, commander; 419th Flight Test Squadron Ms. Christina Ryskey, project lead engineer; 419th Flight Test Squadron


    • Guard Recycles Aircrafts - Package

      The last AH-64A Apache attack helicopter left the Missouri National Guard to be refurbished into a newer digital model in early 2012.


    • Kandahar Sensor Operator - Package, Long

      Package about how Kandahar's UAV Operators are essential when it comes to spotting the enemy first when others can not. From the 62nd ERS, this sensor operator goes into the details of whats involved in her job as a part of the MQ-9 Reaper Team. Produced by SSgt. Thomas Skinkle. Also available in High Definition.


    • Cadets learn Geospatial skill at USAFA

      Besides being an outstanding leadership laboratory, the Air Force Academy is a world renowned educational institution. Jon Zanone tells us about one academic major that, in reality, affects us all. If you wanted to see the latest in geospatial hardware, the Air Force Academy was the place to be.


    • Take a Deep Breath

      Package about RAF Lakenheath is saving the Air Force time and money with their new aircrew training program.


    • Commanding on the Move

      During the network integration evaluation, or NIE 12.1 exercise taking place at Fort Bliss, Texas and White Sands Missile Range, N.M., more than 3,800 Soldiers from the 2nd Brigade Combat Team, 1st Armored Division, are operating both systems under evaluation and systems under test and employing them in various realistic combat scenarios in operationally-relevant terrain designed to replicate the environment in Afghanistan. Soundbites include COL. Daniel Pinnell - CDR, 2nd BCT, 1 AD, BG. Randal A. Dragon - CG, BMC, Army Capabilities Integration Center, SGT. Ryan Moore - C. CO., 1-35 Inf., 2nd BCT, 1 AD, SGT. William Wilson - C. Co., 1-35 Inf., 2nd BCT, 1 AD. Produced by Lt.Col. Deanna Bague. Also available in High Definition.


    • "WOW" Technologies, Micro Air Vehicles

      Members of the micro-aviary indoor flight test lab discuss the features and capabilities of micro air vehicles.


    • "WOW" Technologies, Tactical Aerospace Laser Optical Simulator

      Package of the TALOS2 team and the work they are doing to create laser warning sensors that will keep pilots and the skies safer. Produced by Mike Reynolds.


    • Tactical Network Integration 2010

      Package of the U.S. Army's efforts for network integration and technology for the future. Produced by Katie Cain.


    • Battery Power

      Package of battery recovery at Camp Arifjan, Kuwait. When you need a battery for your car, you take it out, purchase a new one and turn the old one in for a small rebate. But the batteries the U.S. government purchases are meant for multiple uses. All it takes is a little TLC to get them the juice they need to continue the mission. Produced by Spc. Kelsey Jeffers. Also available in high definition.


    • MALS 11 cryogenics Marines cool off

      The Miramar Minute - Oct. 25, 2011 Feature about cryogenics Marines aboard Marine Corps Air Station Miramar, Calif., without graphics. Available in high definition


    • Technology Making Headway on the Modern Day Battlefield

      Package about U.S. Soldiers using biometric data collection and explosives detection sprays to find and detain possible insurgent forces. Produced by Sgt. Rachel Badgeley


    • Air Force Staff Sgt. Abel Telles - Fuels Laboratory

      Package about a fuels technician testing airplane fuels at a fuels laboratory. Quality fuel is very important to keeping our planes in the air. Before it's pumped into aircraft at the 380th Air Expeditionary Wing, Staff Sgt. Abel Telles puts it through rigorous testing in the fuels lab. Produced by Tech. Sgt. Zachary Melin. Includes soundbites from Staff Sgt. Abel Telles, 380th Expeditionary Logistics Readiness Squadron, Fuels Technician/NCOIC of Fuels Laboratory, from Santa Maria, Calif., Homestation: Luke AFB, Ariz.


    • AFRL tests rocket engine turbo pump

      Package about the Air Force Research Laboratory’s Propulsion Directorate, Detachment 7 conducting part of a new phase of Upper Stage Engine Technology program testing. Produced by Jet Fabara.


    • Photo Voltaic Project

      The U.S. Army Corps of Engineers is in Palau at Camp Katuu installing a Photo Voltaic or Solar System to serve as a test bed for Solar Power in Palau and the Micronesian Islands. Palau is a republic located near the Micronesian islands in the Pacific Ocean. Energy in Palau is driven by diesel fuel, which also drives up the cost of electricity. U.S. Pacific Command Troops are in Palau putting together a project that could mean big energy savings for the future. Produced by Tech. Sgt. Elicia Summerville. Includes soundbites from Sgt. 1st Class Daniel Husak – Prime Power Supervisor, Alpha Company, 249th Engineers – U.S. Army Corps of Engineers.


    • Edwards Receives First Production Model F-35s

      For Edwards and 461st Flight Test Squadron members alike, the month of May brought the arrival of the Air Force’s first two production-model F-35 Lightning II stealth fighters, known as AF-6 and AF-7. The F-35s were ferried to Edwards from Lockheed Martin’s F-35 final assembly plant in Fort Worth, Texas to begin their flight testing programs


    • Final Flight of the ICAP-II

      The Marine Corps EA-6B detachment at Bagram Airfield flew the final combat mission of the ICAP-II variant of the EA-6B as they rotate out to head home to Cherry Point, N.C. Also available in high definition.


    • Soldier Develops Tactical iPhone App, Long Version

      The use of new technology constantly changes the performance of daily tasks and reshapes how we view our surroundings. As Petty Officer Cody Hitson shows us, this is true for even the military. Includes sound bites from Capt. Jonathan Springer, Application Developer and Staff Sgt. Justin Wiggins, Application User.


    • Technology Expo

      Package about the Technology Expo bringing vendors and Soldiers together at Fort Hood, Texas, to open discussion about incorporating advanced technologies into the Army's transforming training requirements. Includes sound bites from Brigadier Gen. Robert Dyess, TRADOC, Aaron Bercovich, Vendor, and Sgt. Jose Mendiaz, Division West. Produced by Ron Morse.


    • Bioenvironmental Testing

      The 35th Aerospace Medicine Squadron Bioenvironmental Engineering Flight samples for radiation in air and water on Misawa Air Base. Due to the emergency status at the Nuclear Power Plant in Fukushima, environmental measures must be taken to ensure the safety of personnel. Produced by Petty Officer Sean Spratt.


    • Special F/X at MUTC

      Package about how the 311th Mortuary Affairs Unit performs F/X makeup for Vibrant Response 11.1, Butlerville, Ind. Sound bites include Capt. William H. Craig - Medical Chief for Exercise Control Forward and Stewart Skym - Clinical Instructor. Produced by Spc. David Bonnell. Also available in High Definition.


    • High Altitude Chamber

      Many different career fields in all the armed services require troops to operate at high altitudes on a regular basis. In that environment there is a distinct danger to the human body: lack of oxygen. Staff Sergeant Gena Armstrong shows us how people learn to deal with the physical stresses of operating in high altitude conditions.


    • Edwards Air Force Base Alternative Fuels Flight

      Audio Package of Andrews Air Force Base's ongoing alternative fuels certification reaching a new milestone when an Edwards-based C-17 became the first military cargo aircraft to fly with a unique blend of jet fuel. That blend is a combination of JP-8, Fischer-Tropsch fuel and hydro-treated renewable jet fuel. The 418th Flight Test Squadron conducted the week-long test August 23rd to 27th, 2010. (SB #1). Produced by Jet Fabara.


    • Training the Iraqi EOD

      Package about Soldiers of the 38th Explosive Ordnance Disposal unit training Iraqi EOD units on the most current EOD robotics technology. Produced by Spc. Crystal Witherspoon. Includes a soundbite from Capt. Philip Cordaro of the 38th EOD unit.


    • Iraqi EOD Team Receive Robot

      Package about how Task Force Troy is training an Iraqi Explosive Ordnance Disposal team on the robot HD-1, which they signed over to the team. The robot will keep them safer when working with Improvised explosive devices (EOD). There are sound bites from LTJG Bruce Batteson – Salah ad-Din Provincial Commander for EOD Mobile Unit Two and Mustafa Gazwan – EOD Technician. Produced by Spc. Abigail Waldrop.


    • Marine Prowlers Provide Electronic Security Theater-Wide, Long Package

      Package about the maintainers, pilots and electronic countermeasures officers of Marine Electronic Attack Squadron 2, known as the Death Jesters, providing electronic tech support to all coalition forces in Afghanistan and their use of the EA-6B Prowlers, the primary tactical electronic jamming aircraft used by most U.S. military branches. Produced by Air Force Staff Sgt. Alana Ingram. Includes soundbites from Lance Cpl. Kevin Davis - Prowler crew chief and Maj. Roderick Capili - electronic countermeasure officer. Long version.


    • Stryker Unit Employs HIIDES in the Fight Against Terrorism, Long Version

      Package about how the U.S. Military uses the Handheld Intra-Agency Identity Detection System (HIIDES) to identify individuals based on physical or behavioral traits. Also see "Stryker Unit Employs HIDES in the Fight Against Terrorism" in the audio and b-roll sections. Produced by Cpl. Marc Morgenstern.


    • X-51 Gearing up for First Flight - TV Feature

      Package about the Hypersonic Combined Test Force at Edwards Air Force Base gearing up for the first flight of the X-51A WaveRider flight test vehicle in the spring of 2010. Produced by Dawn Waldman


    • CREW Installs New Anti-IED Technology

      Package about Soldiers in the Counter Radio-Controlled IED Electronic Warfare unit installing new Anti-IED technology onto military vehicles in Afghanistan. Produced by Marine Lance Cpl. Marc. Morgenstern.


    • Biosmart Card

      Package made from "Bio Smart Card" b-roll about base security and how the Bios mart Card is being used to stop possible security breaches. Produced by Staff Sgt. Aaron Drobnack.


    • MATV - Long Version

      Package of service members in Afghanistan taking a course on the Mine Resistant Ambush Protected All Terrain Vehicle (MATV). Also see "MATV - Short Version" in the package section. Produced by Cpl. Dane Knapic.


    • Delta 2 Launch

      Package of Vandenberg Air Force Apace Command successfully launching a Delta-2 Rocket from Space Launch Complex-2. Produced by Senior Airman Ted Froats.


    • Air Force Report: Space Tracking

      This edition features a story on Airmen who track space activity. Hosted by Tech Sgt. Chris Decker.


    • Digital Battle field

      Package about Bulgarian and US Soldiers from the 2/2 SCR training with Deployable Instrumentation System Europe (DISE), a GPS enabled tracking system that records the actions of every participant on the battlefield and displays it back in the computer animations. Produced by 1st Lt. Michael Meyer. Also available in high definition.


    • New M-ATV Arrives in Southern Afghanistan - Package

      Package made from "New M-ATV Arrives in Southern Afghanistan" b-roll about the first Mine Resistant Ambush Protected All-Terrain Vehicles (M-ATV) arriving in the southern region of Afghanistan. Produced by Staff Sgt. Marcos Alices


    • Kabul Security Camera Center - Package

      Package about the Kabul Security Camera Center , who monitor video cameras that are placed throughout the city. Also see "Kabul Security Camera Center" in the b-roll section. Produced by Staff Sgt. Mark Bell.


    • Vandenberg Launches Atlas V Rocket

      Package about the launching of an Atlas Rocket from Vandenberg Air Force Base carrying a Defense Meteorological Satellite Program. Produced by Sen. Airman Chad Usher.


    • Army Now: JLENS

      This edition features a story on the ceremony and launch of the first flight demonstration of the Joint Land Attack Cruise Missile Defense Elevated Netted Sensor System (JLENS) which can track and destroy enemy missiles. Hosted by Gail McCabe.


    • GMAV Flying in Iraq - Package

      Package about a new prototype unmanned aerial vehicle that has the ability to hover in one spot, named the Gas Micro Aerial Vehicle.. Also see "Sgt. Myers" and "Kevin Bogert" in the interview section and "GMAV Flying in Iraq" in the b-roll section.


    • Technology on the Battlefield

      Package about advanced technology being used in training environments for Soldiers. Produced by Staff Sgt. Douglas Salewsky


    • Combat Engineers Bridging the Gap

      Package about Soldiers from Fort Belvoir transporting vehicles across Big Sandy Lake during Combat Training Exercise 2009. Produced by Sgt. Brian Gruspe.


    • The Anatomy of a U-2 Full Pressure Suit

      Package about the different parts of the U-2 full pressure suit and the benefits it provides pilots while flying at extremely high altitudes.


    • TOW Firing Range

      Package about the wire-guided projectile tank busting weapons at Fort Polk's Joint Readiness Training Center (JRTC). Produced by Staff Sgt. Craig Rader.


    • 1-26 Employs HIDE System

      Package about a high-tech system that helps Soldiers identify potential enemies in the war in Afghanistan. Produced by Pfc. Charles D. Wolfe.


    • Devils Jump Into High Speed Technology - Package

      Package made from the B-roll "Devils Jump Into High Speed Technology " about Devil Brigade paratroopers getting Rapid Equipping Force training on high-tech gadgets designed to save time and lives. Produced by Spc. Jennifer Fisher.


    • 34th ID PAO Transmits Video Half a World Away

      Package about the 34th Infantry Division Public Affairs Office Soldiers learning to use their Digital Video Imagery & Distribution System (DVIDS) terminal. Produced by SFC Gary Stacy. Also available in high definition.


    • Reagan Test Site

      Package of the vital role that the Ronald Reagan Ballistic Missile Test Site has in research, development, testing and evaluation efforts of America's missile defense and space programs. Produced by Tech Sgt. Elicia Summerville.


    • Air Force Report: Rover

      This edition features a story on the Airmen using modern technology to scout areas. Hosted by Senior Airman Robbie Arp.


    • Acupuncture at Andrews AFB

      Package about Air Force doctors using acupuncture as an alternative way to treat pain. Produced by Staff Sgt. Corey Parrish.


    • Cobra Gold-Tech Expo

      Package about Tech companies displaying tech solutions to battle problems. Produced by Staff Sgt. Yoshi Shinzato.


    • MQ-1 Predator 1st Flight

      Package of the first flight of the unmanned MQ-1 Predator aircraft. Produced by Master Sgt. Sandra L. Niedzwiecki.


    • Astronauts Visit Manas

      Package about the crew of the Space Shuttle Endeavour visiting troops at Manas Air Base, Kyrgyztan after returning from a mission of over two weeks in space. Produced by Tech. Sgt. Harry Kibbe.


    • ANW/CEXC

      Package of how forensics are being used to neutralize improvised explosive devices (IED's). Produced by Gail McCabe.


    • A-10 Thirty Year Old Workhorse

      Package of a pilot who provides close air support for troops on the ground in his thirty-year-old aircraft. Produced by Staff Sgt. Michael McCool.


    • Unmanned Aerial Vehicles

      Package about unmanned aerial vehicles (UAV) being used by coalition forces. Produced by Sgt. Brian Buckwalter.


    • Weapons Testing

      Package about the 82nd Airborne Division testing new weapons currently being released and prototypes. Produced by Spc. Tony McCaslin


    • Stryker Vehicle Package

      Package about how the Stryker Vehicle supports the infantry. Produced by Staff Sgt. Christina Harwell.


    • Air Force Report: F-16 to Reaper

      This edition features a story on the MQ-9 Reaper replacing the F-16. Hosted by Senior Airman Robbie Arp


    • The Backscatter

      Package of a mobile x-ray machine used to remotely scan vehicles for threats. Produced by Staff Sgt. Nathan Huffhines.


    • MQ-9 Reaper

      Package about the important role of the new and improved MQ-9 Reaper unmanned aerial vehicle.


    • Paratroopers Train on MARCbot IV

      Package made from "Paratroopers Train on MARCbot IV" in the B-roll section about paratroopers training on MARCbot IV at joint Readiness Training Center. Produced by PV2 Mitch Taylor.


    • Air Force Report: UAS OPS

      This edition features a story on the Army and Air Force working together to develop a new unmanned aerial system for fighting the War on Terror. Hosted by Tech. Sgt. Jason Litalien.


    • EOD Open Hosue

      Package of an open house by the 407th Expeditionary Civil Engineers Squadron Explosive Ordinance Disposal (EDO) Team to display their techniques including the EOD robots. Produced by Senior Airman Felicia Welch.