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Israel Made. American Tough.
MEPROLIGHT’S QUALITY CONTROL AND INNOVATION
POLICING THE CITY OF ANGELS
A Look at the Los Angeles Police Museum
OPTIMIZING OLD IRON-SIDES
We Combine Our Experience, and Those of the Experts, to Build Out a Template for an Ideal Duty-Use 1911
GOING THE DISTANCE
Demystifying Long-Range Rifle Work
TALE OF TWO SIMULATORS
We Try Out Both Big-Screen and Virtual Reality Training
Israel. Always Ready.
MOTHER OF INVENTION
The Last Snake Gun Returns to the Lineup
Three Rangers Whiskey
Most veterans, particularly those who serve in special operations units, come away from their service with a strong sense of pride in their branch, unit, or career field.
USS NEW JERSEY
The Big J is One of Three Iowa-Class Battleships That’s Now a Museum
Black Sea Blaster on a Bargain-Basement Budget
Came Through Drippin
Most of the world relies on flood irrigation to water crops. A more efficient alternative hasn’t been widely adopted because it’s so expensive. One Israeli soil physicist has the answer: a tiny plastic widget
MICROSOFT FIXES CLOUD PLATFORM VULNERABILITY AFTER WARNING
Microsoft says it has fixed a flaw in its cloud computing platform that cybersecurity researchers warned could have enabled hackers to take over a cloud-based database product used by many big companies.
LEAVE NOTHING TO CHANCE
As a Security and Counterterrorism Expert, Michael Rozin is in the Business of Staying One Step Ahead of Modern Threats
FLEETING EATING Cherries for Chile Heads
A hot cold-fruit salad brings a sting of spice.
Young U.S. Jews Shift on Israel
Millennial and Gen Z progressives question American support of Israeli policies, a point of tension for the Democratic Party
DANCE | FASHION | INSPIRING SITES
Biden confronts his first foreign crisis
WHEN IS ALL THIS going to be over?
BOARD GAMES IN THE CLASSROOM
Gamers gather around a table to unbox a new board game or bring out an old favorite. Together, they enter into a unique experience of mental challenge, social interaction, and creative play — an experience that draws them together. But can this special experience have anything to do with learning? John Coveyou, founder of Genius Games, insists that it does. Whenever you take a seat around a table to play a board game, “your mind can’t not begin to pick up information about the world that the game is themed around.” Without a doubt, learning is part of the experience, but is it a big enough part to justify using board games in the classroom? If so, how can board games be best used for learning?
Pfizer deserves every bit of the credit it’s receiving. But should a drug company decide who gets a shot?