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  • On Thursday, the Pentagon announced it would invest in a new generation of ship-based jamming technology, a long-range penetrating bomber, a new generation of sea-borne unmanned aircraft and improving the radar on older the F-15 fighter planes.

    Pentagon to Focus on Countering Chinese Weapons

  • NAIROBI, Kenya — A ship-based laser tested by the U.S. Navy's research arm could put the heat on Somali pirates.

    U.S. Navy's New Laser Could Put Pressure On Pirates (VIDEO)

  • On Thursday, the Pentagon announced it would invest in a new generation of ship-based jamming technology, a long-range penetrating bomber, a new generation of sea-borne unmanned aircraft and improving the radar on the older F-15 fighter planes.

    Gates Arrives in Beijing to Smooth Ties

  • Starting next year, the U.S. administration is planning deployment of ship-based missile interceptors, primarily versions of the Standard Missile-3.

    Raytheon to Build

  • The first phase begins next year with the deployment of radars and ship-based systems in southern Europe.

    The Way Forward on Missile Defense

  • Sure, the graphics paled in comparison, and the 3D approaches used in “Sentinel Worlds I” were rudimentary at best, but the triple-tiered approach of team-based, ship-based and vehicle-based non-linear gameplay began nearly 20 years before Commander Shepard took command of the Normandy.

    Four games that captured success from obscure forebears

  • Since marine species of wildlife are among the most accessible, and therefore attractive to tourists visiting the Arctic, ship-based tourism poses a major threat to arctic wildlife.

    Critical elements of wildlife management in an Arctic undergoing change

  • Planning processes for where to place major shipping routes, where bottom trawling can take place without irreversible damage to benthic systems, where ship-based tourist traffic can be focused to provide good experiences while minimizing effects on wildlife, and where restrictions on ice-breaking activity might be essential to protect breeding habitats of seal species all require information that is very similar to that needed to assess land-based human development activities in the Arctic.

    Critical elements of wildlife management in an Arctic undergoing change

  • Referring to the hitherto exclusively ship-based Standard Missile-3 (SM-3), which nineteen months ago proved capable of shooting down a satellite in space, Gates offered further details:

    Dangerous Missile Battle In Space Over Europe: Fifth Act In U.S. Missile Shield Drama

  • The SM-3 - Standard Missile 3 - is a ship-based anti-ballistic missile used by the Aegis Ballistic Missile Defense System, and was used by the Pentagon to destroy an American satellite in orbit in February 2008 in what was seen by some observers, especially in Russia, as an experiment for future space warfare.

    U.S. Expands Global Missile Shield Into Middle East, Balkans

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