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The Hill
In outer space, the US is vulnerable to China and Russiaof Defense’s ability to ensure access to critical space resources in times of p
The Hill / Posted 3 days ago
of Defense’s ability to ensure access to critical space resources in times of peace and war. Aaron Bateman is a U.S. Air Force intelligence officer assigned to the Pentagon. He has multiple publications on a broad array of national security... Read more
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Santa Cruz Sentinel
Hacking for Defense: Stanford class innovates for spies and warriorsIED detection. However, they learned that in open, arid places like much of Afg
Santa Cruz Sentinel / Posted 9 days ago
IED detection. However, they learned that in open, arid places like much of Afghanistan, sniffers don’t work. Also, U.S. Air Force intelligence analysts told them that they analyzed drone feeds visually for hours on end “and missed things from... Read more
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Daily Press
Airmen who surveil Islamic State from Langley-Eustis never get to look awayfree her from the daily grind of the video feed and give her broader responsibi
Daily Press / Posted 17 days ago
free her from the daily grind of the video feed and give her broader responsibilities overseeing airmen and positioning Air Force intelligence assets on the battlefield. A few cubicles away, her fellow airmen, anticipating good news, have... Read more
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Newsmax
Wash Post Details ISIS Surveillance Eyes From Sky in USAir Force intelligence analysts watching thousands of hours of live video foota
Newsmax / Posted 17 days ago
Air Force intelligence analysts watching thousands of hours of live video footage from Iraq and Syria are the military's eyes on ISIS that can never look away. In an exclusive report on the secret work underway at Joint Base Langley-Eustis in... Read more
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The Mercury News
Hacking for Defense: Stanford class innovates for spies and warriorsIED detection. However, they learned that in open, arid places like much of Afg
The Mercury News / Posted 19 days ago
IED detection. However, they learned that in open, arid places like much of Afghanistan, sniffers don’t work. Also, U.S. Air Force intelligence analysts told them that they analyzed drone feeds visually for hours on end “and missed things from... Read more

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