Remote Sensing with Linux

One company takes the initiative and saves time and money using Linux and Beowulf cluster.
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I can see our Air Force

John Stilles's picture

I can see our Air Force utilizing Predators to aid us in the war in Iraq and other countries in the Middle East - regardless of anyone's views on the war, the potential to save more lives is always a plus for me. My love for both the Air Force and for Computer Science has led me to a little known program called the Air Force AU-ABC Program, I'm probably going to take my Linux knowledge and gravitate towards this: http://www.americansentinel.edu/Military/AirForce_AU-ABC.php

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