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General Motors partnered with the United States army to create an all new stealth truck with a couple bonus features to help troops in the field. This hydrogen cell-powered vehicle offers the quietest transportation for its size. Dubbed the Chevrolet Colorado ZH2, the versitile automobile would allow soldiers to use nearly any type of fuel including solar, water, JP-8 jet, and any petroleum-based fuel.

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The U.S. Army has selected Systematic to provide the service with a new command and control, and battle-management system designed to direct digital information across handheld, mounted and command post mission command systems.

The contract, a Firm Fixed Price and Time and Material with a one-year base and four one-year options, is valued at approximately $39 million, according to a recent Army press release.

Systematic’s SitaWare will provide scalable and seamless information sharing across systems and devices, taking a significant step toward the Army’s continued evolution of its Command Post Computing Environment, according to Army officials.

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Canada’s new top soldier says the army has enough troops to carry out missions in Iraq, Ukraine, Latvia and whatever peacekeeping assignments the new Liberal government deems necessary.

The statement by Lt.-Gen. Paul Wynnyk — who officially took over as commander of the Canadian Army on Thursday — will be put to the test very soon, as the country’s most senior military commander said a new deployment to Africa was imminent.

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When the Department of Defense writes or reviews a story for publication, it’s normal practice for public affairs experts to perform a SAPP review. SAPP, which stands for Security, Accuracy, Propriety and Policy, certifies publically released information doesn’t contain sensitive information.

For one Army public affairs noncommissioned officer, whose motives were simply to keep sensitive, previously released information out of public view, a SAPP review is the genesis for his potential exit from the Army.

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HOUSTON, March 9, 2017 — When retired Army Col. Mark Vande Hei blasts off into space later this year for a five-month mission aboard the International Space Station, he’ll be proud to play a part in helping advance the human race.

But what he really can’t wait for, he said, is the stellar view from 200 miles above Earth, where the space station orbits the planet every 90 minutes.

In 2010, a cupola was installed on the station. It’s a multi-windowed observatory module that offers 360-degree views of the blue planet. Inside, astronauts use various levers and controls to perform tasks like using the station’s robotic arm to pull in routine supply loads launched into space.

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Downsizing is currently a major effort across the Army and the public affairs branch is losing positions. This is evidence it is also losing favor in the Army, despite the fact it impacts vitally important public opinion through media relations. How the branch got to this state and how it can return to its “Be All You Can Be” glory days are subjects that could be the difference between winning and losing our future wars.

When this writer was coming up in the Army, public affairs was considered a significant force multiplier for Army commanders. The “Be All That You Can Be” recruiting campaign was one of the most successful in the history of the military. The Defense Information School was an inspiring place where the best public affairs practitioners gave young Soldiers a vision of what they could accomplish and how they could make a difference in the defense of the nation by telling the Army story.

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