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Sniff test: technology and techniques enhancing canine detection

Historical documents suggest that people have used dogs to fight crime since the Middle Ages, when bloodhounds first helped track down ne’er-do-wells. Centuries on, technology is slowly beginning to catch up with dogs’ sensitive noses in terms of detecting the tiniest trace amounts of target substances, but nothing can rival canines in terms of agility and versatility.

TechVets: how UK military veterans are retraining as cyber warriors

British working-age military veterans are nearly twice as likely to be unemployed as their equivalents in the UK’s general population – 11% compared with 6% – according to a Royal British Legion survey. At the same time, the 2018 Cyberthreat Defense Report by CyberEdge found that 80% of organisations can’t find qualified staff to fill cybersecurity positions.

November’s top news stories

Oshkosh Defense won a $1.69bn US Army delivery order for 6,107 JLTVs, Morocco requested the $1.259bn sale of enhancements to 162 Abrams tanks from the US and the first US DoD-wide financial statement audit was completed for FY 18. Army-Technology.com wraps up key stories from November.

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