NORAD: Building an educational network [video]
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In this Viewpoints interview, Joint Education Officer Ed Campbell discusses the building relationship between academia and NORAD (The North American Aerospace Defense Command). Campbell, along with NORAD, has been contributing to the development of various research programs, online resources, and funding opportunities for students across the country. This interview exposes the various steps being taken towards the development of government-academic relationships, and emphasizes how these efforts will help make U.S. defense security programs more reliable and veritable.
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