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U.S. Department of Defense

A department in the United States charged with supervising the military and conducting war. It oversees military training and education and advises the president on military policy. It was established in 1947, but traces its origins to the Department of War and the Department of the Navy, both created in the late 1700s.
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The Medium Extended Air Defense System Mode 5 Identification Friend or Foe subsystem has received full certification for operation by the United States Department of Defense International AIMS (Air Traffic Control Radar Beacon System, Identification Friend or Foe, Mark XII/Mark XIIA, Systems) Program Office.
The United States Department of Defense has begun the process of relocating from the Transit Center at Manas International Airport and plans to complete the transfer of areas and facilities to the Government of Kyrgyzstan by July 2014, according to the official website of the U.S.
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The Regional Defense Counterterrorism Fellowship Program enables the United States Department of Defense to assist key countries in the war on terrorism by providing training and education for counterterrorism activities.
Results from the Smallpox Research Grid Project will be delivered to the United States Department of Defense's Office of the Secretary of Defense.
The company's instrumentation is used by national and international industries including aviation and aerospace, high tech laboratories, government, imaging system manufacturers, medical research, and all branches of the United States Department of Defense.
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The United States Department of Defense International AIMS Program Office at Robins AFB, Georgia, has oversight responsibility for the system's IFF architecture.
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