Allison Barrie Archive
Published May 23, 2013
New online tools are launching in time for this Memorial Day to assist veterans hunting for jobs in the private sector.
Published May 16, 2013
A search and rescue of chemical weapons casualties aboard a U.S. Navy vessel, a helicopter assault on Fort Irwin and an antenna that looks like an inflatable tan beach ball. What do they have in common?
Published May 09, 2013
A Silver Surfer-style, air-breathing engine defied naysayers with its triumphant recent test reaching Mach 5 -- that’s an astonishing mile per second, or nearly 4,000 miles per hour.
Published May 02, 2013
F-35 Lighting II, the future jet, will give the US the capability to fly into enemy space first, attack a target with precision weapons at long ranges to clear the way for further forces - without ever being detected.
Published April 29, 2013
Battery drain can be the bane of warfighter and civilian alike, but new tech means you can charge your devices anywhere without electricity -- provided there is a water source nearby.
Published April 25, 2013
Three Americans from three different states teamed together to win one million dollars this week in the competition to design the first stage of a next-gen assault vehicle for the Marines.
Published April 18, 2013
Sandia National Laboratories has been quietly working to extend detection tech to the everyday arena in our nation’s defense against bioterrorism.
Published April 17, 2013
A new helmet is intended to make firefighters safer – - and this model was inspired by a rather unpopular creature.
Published April 15, 2013
Want to know what it feels like to fly a U.S. strike fighter in aerial combat? Then Rio de Janeiro is the place for you.
Published April 12, 2013
Formidable American offensive security hackers are meeting in Miami with other top hackers from all over the world to hone their technical expertise, swap war stories – and compete in a little digital jiu-jitsu.