Janus Global cleared explosives from the Al Muthana Boys School in Mosul, enabling the return of teachers and students, with thanks to the U.S. State Department.

US DOS Returns Iraqi Children to IED-Free Schools (Learn More, Videos)

Iraqi children will be able to safely return to classes in two schools in Mosul, without fear of ISIS-placed explosive booby traps and improvised explosive devices (IEDs), due to the explosives detection and...
The expanding threat of mass casualty events is top priority for security and counterterrorism leaders. Soft targets ranging from stadiums to theme parks, concert venues to casinos, and transportation centers to government facilities have an immediate need for a new security solution. Featuring highly effective ferromagnetic detection (FMDS) technology, Proscreen 900 has been designed to explicitly focus on screening for large, mass casualty threats in perimeter locations. Proscreen 900 screens head-to-toe with high throughput efficiency.

Casting a Wider Net: More Effective Weapon Mass Screenings at Events

By Jim Viscardi, Metrasens Vice President of Global Security, a Platinum Award Winner in the 2017 'ASTORS’ Homeland Security Awards Program Live events at large venues like arenas, stadiums or convention halls...
Axon has acquired VIEVU, a camera provider to hundreds of law enforcement agencies including New York City PD, Miami-Dade PD, Oakland PD, Phoenix PD and Aurora, CO PD

Axon Acquires VIEVU Camera Subsidiary from The Safariland Group

Axon, has announced it's acquisition of VIEVU, the public safety camera provider and a subsidiary of Safariland. Additionally, Axon and Safariland have also entered into a long-term strategic partnership for Safariland to...
A C130 plane crashed near the Savannah-Hilton Head Airport Wednesday, killing all nine airmen from the Puerto Rico Air National Guard on board. (Courtesy of YouTube)

PR Air Nat’l Guard Mourns Aircrew Killed in GA Crash (Multi-Video)

By Avi Selk and Keith McMillan, The Washington Post A Puerto Rico Air National Guard plane crashed shortly after taking off in Georgia on Wednesday, killing all nine airmen on board. The plane, a C-130-type...

Pentagon Bans Chinese Phone Sales on US Military Bases (Multi-Video)

By Derek B. Johnson, Lauren C. Williams, FCW The Pentagon announced that military exchange service stores and concessionaires will no longer sell Huawei and ZTE phones and telecommunications equipment. According to Pentagon spokesman...
After nearly a month of traveling about 100 migrants on a caravan from Central America arrived at the San Ysidro port of entry on the US-Mexico border on Sunday evening, preparing to claim asylum. (Courtesy of YouTube)

Showdown at Border: US Officials say Border Crossing is Full (Multi-Video)

By William La Jeunesse, Travis Fedschun, Fox News U.S. immigration officials said Sunday that the San Diego border crossing where hundreds of Central American immigrants intended to apply for asylum was closed...
Under the Limited Interim Missile Warning System contract, the BAE Systems’s 2-Color Advanced Warning System (2C-AWS) will provide aircraft with missile warning and hostile fire protection to improve survivability and mission effectiveness in contested environments. (Courtesy of BAE Systems)

BAE Systems to Develop Aircraft Missile Warning System (Learn More)

BAE Systems has been awarded a contract from the U.S. Army worth up to $97.9 million to develop a Quick Reaction Capability (QRC) next-generation missile warning system for aircraft that will...
An F/A-18 taking off of a U.S. Navy aircraft carrier. (Courtesy of the U.S. Navy)

Boeing Awarded $427 Million DLA Contract (Learn More, Multi-Video)

The Defense Logistics Agency (DLA) has awarded Boeing Global Services a five-year $427 million sole-source contract to provide and manage consumable material for F/A-18 depot maintenance with the option for five additional years. This...
Fentanyl is commonly distributed as a powder and looks similar to other illicit drugs found on the streets.

Response to a Growing Epidemic: Detect Fentanyl with Portable GC/MS

By Philip Tackett, Ph.D. Product Manager, Detection FLIR Systems, Inc. Clandestine drug labs are not a new problem for responders, but they are growing in number and present potentially dangerous crime scenes. One...
This is Tammie Jo Shults from the early 1990s. As one of the first female fighter pilots in the U.S. military, Tammie Jo Shults, is no stranger to displaying 'nerves of steel." Cool, calm and deliberate, Shults brought her twin-engine Boeing 737 in for an emergency landing after the Southwest jet apparently blew an engine on a flight Tuesday from New York's LaGuardia airport to Dallas. Then she walked the aisles to check on each passenger personally, according to WPVI-TV. (Courtesy of Linda-Maloney, author of ‘Military Fly Moms’)

Southwest Emerg Landing Pilot a Pioneer with ‘Nerves of Steel’

By Doug Stranglin, USA TODAY As one of the first female fighter pilots in the U.S. military, Tammie Jo Shults, is no stranger to displaying 'nerves of steel." Cool, calm and deliberate, Shults...