Torpedo has high quality, excellent content, but you'll need to do an extra step If you're pointed to Torpedo from the Library Search. The system won't take you directly to the article. You'll have to search for the article at the Torpedo journal search interface.
Remove any punctuation from your search terms.
Many databases (including the Library Search) allow you to create a personalized account where you can mark and save items, save searches, and create alerts for them. Look for "Login" or "My Research" or similar in the upper right corner.
The Defense Technical Information Center (DTIC) is an excellent resource for discovering defense-focused and funded research.
There are two DTIC databases.
Contains both Controlled Unclassified Information and publicly available content together. Available to DOD and federal government employees and their contractors only, and requires registration.
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