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Deos RTOS brings high-speed i.MX 8 multicore, multi-display, multimedia processing to DO-178 safety-critical avionics applications
The new agreement will focus on increasing competencies in space mission software, technology, quality assurance, and business development.
Nearly 5,000 active duty, retirees, guard, and reservists received emergency financial assistance
Debuts Horizon™ Dual Channel Phased Array Antenna and Ground Station Solution
Available both to consumer and professional markets
N+M Allows combining up to 32 units for higher power applications Single-Phase, Split-Phase and 3-Phase output configurations
If you can give 15 minutes to help save a life, ListenCorps wants you to lend an ear
3D Monolithic System-on-a-Chip (3DSOC) Technology Has the Potential to Deliver Up to 50X Improvement in Computing Performance
Over 2,500 eligible college and university students are among this year's recipients
WANTED: A few good men and women to help honor this year's Chicago Soldier recipient.
Award-winning journalist will address veteran-serving professionals and discuss the challenges veterans face in re-acclimating to society
The Requirements Group (TRG) European headquarters will be in the Netherlands
Unique New Nation, New Tanks, New Maps and Alternate History Story-Driven Missions Come to Wargaming's Biggest Multiplayer Franchise Today
Communities Focused on Proactive, Holistic Support for Veterans See Positive Impact
Steve Trammell created the six eagle statues as a way to honor and remember U.S. military heroes, wars and tragedies in history.
First undersea memorial to lost submarines to be dedicated MAY 27, 2018 - 'On Eternal Patrol Memorial Reef'
This Memorial Day Help A Wounded Warrior Find a Home
Partnership increases awareness of the opportunities available to veterans, service members, and their families and caregivers
Granddaughter of Gen Chennault visited the Victory Museum in Moscow to commemorate fallen soldiers and remembrance of World War II.
Converts 28 Vdc Input to Single Phase AC Output (115 or 230 Vrms at 50, 60 or 400 Hz)