- DEVCOM Army Research Laboratory (ARL) -- The U.S. Army Combat Capabilities Development Command Army Research Laboratory (DEVCOM ARL), as an integral part of the Army Futures Command, is the U.S Army’s foundational research laboratory that has the mission of operationalizing science. The DEVCOM ARL mission essential task of foundational research has the objective to conduct research and reconnaissance to inform future Army science, technology, and engineering and invest in areas that ensure overmatch. DEVCOM ARL executes research in 11 competencies that provide the Army foundational expertise and specialized capabilities grounded in scientific excellence and driven by unique Army challenges. These competencies are: Biological and Biotechnology Sciences; Electromagnetic Spectrum Sciences; Energy Sciences, Humans in Complex Systems; Mechanical Sciences; Military Information Sciences; Network, Cyber, and Computational Sciences; Photonics, Electronics, and Quantum Sciences; Sciences of Extreme Materials; Terminal Effects; and Weapons Sciences.
- DEVCOM Chemical and Biological Center (CBC) -- The mission of the DEVCOM CBC is to provide innovative chemical, biological, radiological, nuclear and explosive (CBRNE) defense capabilities to enable the Joint Warfighters' dominance on the battlefield and interagency defense of the homeland.
- Naval Air Warfare Center Aircraft Division (NAWCAD) -- NAWCAD is the Navy's largest warfare center with a diverse force of military, civilians and contractors building the navy of today, the navy of tomorrow and the navy after next. The acquisition and sustainment of capability is a weapon of war - NAWCAD delivers! NAWCAD is where naval aviation takes flight through research, development, test and evaluation of both fielded and not-yet fielded naval platforms and technologies that ensure America's Sailors and Marines always go into conflict with significant advantage.
- Walter Reed Army Institute of Research (WRAIR) – At the Walter Reed Army Institute of Research, fellows will participate alongside scientists and medical professionals to develop and test products to diagnose, prevent, and treat not only the most dangerous and debilitating diseases in the world today but also to protect the brain and behavioral health of service members. Research ultimately benefits both military and civilian health.
Other DoD laboratories may be accessible as research interests from the candidates are evaluated.
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