This category covers the principles of science as they apply to military technology, and technical explanations of military technology.
Defense contractor sites should be submitted to Business: Aerospace and Defense/.
Aeragon traces the development of military science and technology through modern history and how the technology has been incorporated into civilian uses.
Provides research on contemporary security issues to the makers and executors of U.S. defense policy.
Commissions advanced research for DoD. It was founded in response to the surprise Sputnik launch in 1958 and fathered the Internet somewhere along the way. Site explains what they're looking for (Solicitations), how to do business with them, news releases on the latest gee-whiz technology, budget info.
News and commentary on technology developments and prospects in the military, law enforcement and national security arena.
Links to mostly government and military websites related to homeland security, created for military members by the Air War College.
ISMS is an association of major national military science academies. Topics cover war studies, military history, military technology and weapons, ethics and management.
A peer-reviewed, multi-disciplinary journal for military officers, scientists and engineers involved in battlefield defence.
U.S. Army-funded research initiative, aiming to advance soldier survivability through nanotechnology for applications in nanostructured fibers and materials, medicine, ballistic and blast protection, bio-materials and nanosystems integration.
Blast mapper - Map a blast
This is the home for environmental data representation and interchange for use in modeling and simulation, geographical information systems, and C4I.
Integrated access to key aerospace and defence information sources from Cranfield University.
The official web site for the Department of Defense and the starting point for finding U.S. military information online.
Links to detailed information about jets, planes, ships, and armament.
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