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NASA iTech Fosters Technology Needed for Journey to Mars
NASA's iTech initiative is a yearlong effort to find innovative ideas through a call for white papers that address challenges

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Battle for Iraq's Mosul Involves Many Forces, Motives
The usual alliance -- Iraqi troops alongside Shiite militiamen, Kurdish fighters, Sunni Arab tribesmen and U.S special forces

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Smithsonian Inaugurates New Tropical Science Laboratory in Panama
“Panama is a crossroads for science as well as a crossroads for commerce,”

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Smithsonian Gardens Presents “Garden Inspirations”
Five Miniature Landscapes Delve Into the World of Miniature Gardening

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Army Suspends 1st Infantry Division Commander Amid Investigation
When reached by telephone, Seiber said he didn't have any details regarding the nature of the investigation.

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Pentagon Casts Doubt on Mustard Gas Use against US Troops
The first test of an oily substance found on fragments of a shell fired near the Qayarah West airfield about 40 miles southeast of Mosul

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Military: Pot Confabs Off-limits to Alaska-based Soldiers
The letter from Maj. Gen. Bryan Owens says attendance at such events is inconsistent with military service

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Civilians Lived on Bases Without Full Background Checks: IG
Of the 128 who lived on those bases, 110 were given unrestricted access without complete background checks

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Female Marine Reaches End of First Phase of MARSOC Course
The Marine, who has not been publicly identified, plans to re-attempt the assessment and selection (A&S) phase

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Introducing the Daily Minor Planet: Delivering the Latest Asteroid News
Almost every day, a known asteroid passes within a few million miles of Earth.

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