On November 16th 2016 there was an article that was published on Helihub that talks about how UAS or unmanned aerial systems and optionally piloted helicopters will be able to work together to find and extinguish fires. Not only are they able to work together to extinguish fires, but they are also able to find missing people and lead them to safety.


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Matthew Cox wrote an article on Military.com talking about how US paratroopers are joining multinational airborne operations in Africa. There were roughly 200 paratroopers who were given the opportunity to train with the Gabonese and French paratroopers in Central Accord 2016. The Central Accord is a training exercise that is located on the west coast of Africa.


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On May 25th, Jeff Brown released an article on Military.com talking about a historical naval weapon that is finding its way to the first state.


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Researchers from the United States Army have recently been working on a type of black box for paratroopers in order to prevent jump accidents in the future. Investigators of paratrooper accidents currently rely on eyewitness evidence or accounts, such as a torn parachute canopy. This current approach is simply based upon evidence and information that is pieced together.


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The countries of India and Russia have recently come to an agreement for the supply of five S-400 air defense systems. The S-400 Triumf, formerly known as the S-300PMU-3, was developed by Russia’s Almaz Central Design Bureau during the 1990s and serves as an anti-aircraft weapon system which was intended to replace and modernize the S-300 family. The S-400 missile has been in service with the Russian Armed Forces since 2007.


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