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Topic - Wright-Patterson Air Force Base
The U.S. Air Force says a new $20.8 million supercomputer will nearly double the computing power at Ohio's largest military base.
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base plans to lease property on and off the southwest Ohio base to cut costs amid shrinking defense budgets and to bolster public and private partnerships.
The Pentagon is trying to find a way to replace the soldier's old friend, caffeine, with something else: electrodes. The long-term goal is to increase the alertness and overall cognitive function of soldiers who sift through large amounts of data on the digital battlefield.
U.S. military researchers are shocking troops' brains to see if electricity jolts could be substituted for coffee and energy drinks, a couple of newspapers reported.
Ohio's largest military base has logged 32 alleged sexual assaults in the past three years.
Wright-Patterson Air Force Base is sponsoring a Lego state championship tournament starting this weekend at a university in southwestern Ohio.
The cost to repair weather-related damage to water pipes at Ohio's largest military base has reached about $260,000
There will be no Air Force One for the LBJ Presidential Library in Austin.
The National Museum of the U.S. Air Force says work on a new building can go ahead in southwest Ohio.
A battle is brewing over who gets to display the Air Force One jet aboard which President Lyndon B. Johnson took the oath of office.