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- U.S. Army Improves Tactical Biological Detector. // Signal;Mar2015, Vol. 69 Issue 7, p10
The article provides information the second-generation Tactical Biological Detector (TACBIO Gen II) designed by the U.S. Army to detect the presence of an aerosolized biological threat rapidly.
- Radar and metal detection join forces in new reliable mine-detection system . McHale, John // Military & Aerospace Electronics;Jul2001, Vol. 12 Issue 7, p1
Reports the development of a landmine detector by CyTerra Corp. in Waltham, Massachusetts. Usability of the detector in the United States army; Capabilities of the detector; Types of sensor technologies used.
- Explosive destruction for biological weapons. // Machine Design;4/1/2005, Vol. 77 Issue 7, p36
Features the U.S. Army's Explosive Destruction System that can destroy biological agents and weapons. Purpose of the machine; Description; Technology and chemicals used by the machine to destroy bioagents.
- US army plans to bulk-buy anthrax. Hambling, David // New Scientist;9/24/2005, Vol. 187 Issue 2518, p17
The article presents a discussion on the plans of the U.S. army to buy anthrax. The U.S. army wants to buy large quantities of anthrax, in a controversial move that is likely to raise questions over its commitment to treaties designed to limit the spread of biological weapons. A series of...
- Guardrail Common Sensor Systems. Knarr Jr., William M. // Military Intelligence Professional Bulletin;Apr-Jun2000, Vol. 26 Issue 2, p64
Reports that the Guardrail Common Sensor (GRCS) System 3 is one of the United States Army software systems selected for national-tactical integration efforts with the National Security Agency. Precision geolocation capabilities of the GRCS System 3; Reconnaissance applications of the Guardrail...
- Lidar shown to detect biological agents. // Military & Aerospace Electronics;Dec98, Vol. 9 Issue 12, p10
Reports on the development of the light direction and ranging (LIDAR) detection system for biological weapons at the United States Army Chemical and Biological Defense Command.
- Army Seeks Sources For Weapon Location Sensor. // Defense Daily;7/11/2007, Vol. 235 Issue 7, p6
The article reports that the U.S. Army Program Manager Radars wants sources to develop a lightweight, man-portable weapon location sensor that provides 360-degree surveillance. The government anticipates a cost reimbursement contract not exceeding $30 million for a 12-month developmental effort...
- Do the wipe test. // PS: Preventive Maintenance Monthly;Jun95, Issue 511, p58
Features a maintenance activity for M8A1 detector units. Testing for radioactive source leakage through wipe testing; Schedule of wipe tests on labels.
- Army kicks off project to fit helmet-mounted displays with multispectral imagers. Keller, John // Military & Aerospace Electronics;Nov2005, Vol. 16 Issue 11, p25
The article focuses on the four-year project of the U.S. Army, called Advanced Soldier Mobility Sensor Army Technology Objective Demonstration, to enable soldiers to navigate and rapidly engage targets in total darkness and in the presence of battlefield obscurants by displaying a fused image...