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Army Research Lab Develops Unmanned Aerial Resupply Vehicle

The Army Research Laboratory has built an unmanned quadcopter platform designed to deliver supplies to military personnel in the battlefield. The U.S. Army said Friday a team of ARL researchers and engineers showed the Joint Tactical Aerial Resupply Vehicle to Maj. Gen. Cedric Wins — commanding general of the Army Research, Development and Engineering Command — …

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Army Tests Speech Translation, Solar Panel Tech at Central Accord 2016

U.S. Army Africa has facilitated the demonstration of a language translation technology as part of the Central Accord 2016 exercise that included 1,000 military personnel from 14 countries. The Army said July 21 the exercise in Libreville, Gabon tested seven language-translation devices which worked to collect nine hours of speech from 130 civilians …

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Army Demos Fuel Reduction Tech to Power Base Camps

The U.S. Army has demonstrated a set of power generation systems that work to reduce fuel consumption during an integrated exercise at Fort Devens, Massachusetts. The service branch said Thursday the exercise ran from May through June 17 at Fort Devens’ Base Camp Integration Laboratory as part of the Sustainability Logistics Basing — Science …

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Maj. Gen. John Wharton: Army Hosts Summit to Promote Innovation

The U.S. Army hosted a second summit at Aberdeen Proving Ground last month in an effort to promote innovation. Representatives from the Army Training and Doctrine Command and Army Materiel Command and technology, military and civilian leaders, scientists and engineers gathered at the two-day summit held April 5 to 6, the Army said …

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