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Microsoft Partners With U.S. Army Engineers To Use Azure Cloud For Extreme Weather Modeling

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Microsoft announced on Wednesday that the company has signed a cooperative research and development agreement (CRADA) with U.S. Army engineers use the company’s Azure Government cloud for a system that models extreme weather around coasts. The CRADA stipulates that the Army Engineer Research and Design Center (ERDC) will use CSTORM-MS, a coastal storm modeling system, to demonstrate its scalability in Azure.

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Amentum Creates Innovative MBSE Collaboration Center To Benefit DOD Customers; Jill Bruning Quoted

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Amentum announced Tuesday the creation of its Model-Based Systems Engineering (MBSE) Collaboration Center near Naval Surface Warfare Center (NSWC). The Center aims to create new digital engineering capabilities to benefit the Department of Defense’s (DOD) customer base in the application and practice of MBSE. MBSE training will allow engineers to work using a digital environment rather than traditional design documents. 

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NASA Drops Boeing Sea Knight Chopper Fuselage for Crash Test

NASA engineers deliberately crashed a Boeing-built military helicopter fuselage during a test at Langley Research Center in Hampton, Va. Wednesday, the first of two trials intended to increase industry knowledge and help create computer models used to design helicopters. The Marine CH-46E Sea Knight helicopter carried 15 crash dummies and traveled …

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