The acoustic sensor network uses a patented, multi-sensor fusion process to automatically detect an active shooter’s location with extreme accuracy.
In this podcast, APUS Doctoral Program Professor, Dr. Carlson-Rainer, speaks to Aaron Spencer - a senior official with the United Nations Development Program in Kabul.
A small punitive strike by the three Western allies against a limited target will not change the situation in Syria.
The Trump administration is re-calibrating Syrian policy as it relates to Assad’s use of chemical weapons.
Monitoring soldiers' smartphones: The goal is to help the military deal with some of its biggest health-care problems while conserving resources.
A look at American Military University alum, Colonel Chris Costa - the new Executive Director of the International Spy Museum in Washington, DC.
The forgotten war: At this very moment, a war rages on in Europe. It is a war with no monuments. No parades. No victories. Only casualties.
Four years have passed since a scandal erupted in 2014 at the Department of Veterans Affairs. Not much has changed during those years.
An effective U.S. response to Assad's chemical attack should take into account the overall brutality with which the Syrian president has conducted the war.
The Pentagon offered new details about the types of activities National Guard troops would perform while deployed by President Trump to the U.S.-Mexico border.