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From Drone Swarms to Smart Data, Pentagon Eyes A.I.

The CBS show “60 Minutes” recently featured the rising number of experimental Pentagon technologies operating with artificial intelligence, from drone swarms to ground robots to naval ships.

 

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Army: Cyber Thieves Posing as Soldiers Seeking Love

The Army‘s Criminal Investigation Division on Tuesday warned users of online dating services to beware of scam artists claiming to be soldiers needing money.  Similar warnings about “romance scams” have gone out before, but many in the public still fall victim to the con artists to the tune of “tens of thousands of dollars, with a very low possibility of recovery,” the division said in a release.

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First F-35Cs to Arrive at Naval Air Station Lemoore

The first F-35C stealth fighters are set to arrive next week at Naval Air Station Lemoore in California, the Navy announced.

Four of the fifth-generation aircraft made by Lockheed Martin Corp. will arrive Jan. 25 at the base in the central part of the state located between Los Angeles and San Francisco, according to a release Tuesday from the sea service.

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Air Force Mulls Low-Cost Fighter Experiment

The Air Force intends to conduct an informal experiment of a potential light attack fighter aircraft the service could use in ongoing counterterrorism air campaigns, the service’s top general said Wednesday.

Chief of Staff Gen. David Goldfein said the Air Force is looking to programs such as Textron’s Scorpion to potentially provide an inexpensive fighter capable of performing close-air support missions.

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Iraqi Forces Liberate Mosul University From a Deeply Entrenched ISIL

Iraqi security forces this week have continued steady progress against the Islamic State of Iraq and the Levant, including the liberation of Mosul University, a sprawling complex on the northeast side of Iraq’s second-largest city where the enemy was deeply entrenched, the Operation Inherent Resolve spokesman said today
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Marine Corps ‘Significantly Stronger

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus said the Navy and Marine Corps is “significantly stronger” and “significantly different” today than they were when he took office nearly eight years ago.

Navy Secretary Ray Mabus speaks with sailors and Marines during an all-hands call on the flight deck aboard the amphibious assault ship USS Makin Island in Singapore, Nov. 21, 2016. Mabus was visiting the Pacific and Central Command areas of responsibility to meet with sailors, Marines, and partner nation military and government officials. Navy photo by Lt. David Gardner

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Correctional Officer and two other individuals have been indicted

A Shelby County Correctional Officer and two other individuals have been indicted for their roles in a scheme to smuggle prescription opioids and other contraband inside the Shelby County Correctional Center. Edward L. Stanton III, U.S. Attorney for the Western District of Tennessee; Michael T. Gavin, Special Agent in Charge of the Federal Bureau of Investigationâs Memphis Division; and Bill Gupton, Director of the Shelby County Division of Corrections, announced the indictments today.

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Johannes Hiram, 50, of Buffalo, NY, who was convicted of possession of child pornography

Johannes Hiram, 50, of Buffalo, NY, who was convicted of possession of child pornography, was sentenced to 188 months in prison and lifetime supervised release by U.S. District Judge Lawrence J. Vilardo.

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Human Trials Begin for Army-Developed Zika Vaccine

WASHINGTON, Nov. 8, 2016 — A clinical trial began here yesterday at the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, where 75 participating healthy adults were vaccinated with a Zika virus vaccine that the institute’s scientists developed earlier this year, Walter Reed officials announced today.

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