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In high-temperature gas-cooled reactors, graphite encapsulates and encloses the fuel, moderating the nuclear reaction and serving as a structural element that ensures reactor safety if cooling is lost. (Photo credit: INL)

Airman 1st Class Valric Suyom, a recent graduate of the Security Forces apprentice course, participates in a use-of- force training scenario in the Multiple Interactive Learning Objectives (MILO) simulator as Staff Sgt. James McKinney, 343rd Training Squadron instructor, guides the training at Joint Base San Antonio-Lackland, Texas, May 29, 2019. The MILO system puts students in various interactive use-of-force training scenarios, including the potential application of deadly force, through the use of enhanced video screens. (U.S. Air Force photo by Dan Hawkins)

The development of power and propulsion technologies for future unmanned aircraft systems will deliver more reach, lethality, and protection for the Army's modernization efforts–all issues that are center stage for a group of researchers from the Army's corporate research laboratory and its partners across academia and industry at a recent University of Illinois at Chicago event. (Photo credit: U.S. Army)

Lawrence Livermore National Laboratory Director Bill Goldstein (right) shakes hands with San Francisco 49ers chairman John York at a meeting on traumatic brain injury research at LLNL. (Photo credit: Julie Russell/LLNL)

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Chippewa National Forest putting on a fall color show at the Norway Beach Recreation Area. (Photo credit: Forest Service)

Artist's sketch of an X-60A launch. (Illustration courtesy of AFRL)

AQT team members examine the latest performance of a new scalable control system. From right to left: Anastasiia Butko, Jonathan Carter, Gang Huang, Machiel Blok, Miro Urbaneck, Irfan Siddiqi, and Dar Dahlen. (Credit: Peter DaSilva/Berkeley Lab)

University of Maryland, Baltimore County has been partnering with the National Security Agency for more than 20 years to develop the talent and tools needed to meet national security challenges. (Photo credit: Marlayna Demond for UMBC/courtesy of NSA)

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