Smart city technologies aren't just for cities. Military installations may also be ideal settings for environmental sensors that comprise a great deal of smart cities work, as well as for next-generation transportation technology options like self-driving vehicles.
Gaza militants fired a barrage of rockets into Israel on Thursday, hours after a cease-fire was declared to end two days of intense fighting between Israel and the Islamic Jihad group, the heaviest escalation in months that killed at least 34 Palestinians, including three women and eight children, and paralyzed parts of Israel.
The Pentagon will expand access to discounted, on-post stores for some 4.1 million veterans and some of their caregivers at the beginning of 2020, the Defense Department announced Wednesday.
A. Russell Hinchee found himself surrounded by the Nazi SS troops in an open field. Taken prisoner, he would just miss participating in the Battle of the Bulge. While he was in the POW camp, his wife divorced him.
Some 10,000 Marines just hammered away at new fighting concepts in the Corps’ largest exercise since the Cold War, testing Gen. David Berger’s bold new guidance to the force, the general tells Breaking Defense.