Publicly available documents in all areas of defense research (science, technology, engineering, social science, business & budget), DOD directives & instructions. DTIC is the central scientific, research, and engineering information support activity for the DOD.
Both publicly available and access controlled documents in all areas of defense research (science, technology, engineering, social science, business & budget), DOD directives & instructions. DTIC is the central scientific, research, and engineering information support activity for the DOD.
Click the Access-Controlled Sites tab. Accounts available to DOD and federal government employees and their contractors. CAC login/registration required.
Database of Observation SatellitesDatabase of digital high to medium resolution (GSD<50m) Earth observation satellites, government or commercial (excluding universities). Includes LEO ELINT satellites, and film systems launched since 2000.
Union of Concerned Scientists (UCS) Satellite DatabaseList of operational satellites currently in orbit around the Earth. Includes basic information about more than 800 satellites and their orbits, but does not contain the detailed information necessary to locate individual satellites. Users can find information about a particular satellite; identify sets of satellites having a common characteristic, such as altitude or mission; and sort or aggregate data about the whole population of satellites.
NewsBank (Readex)Access World News, Armed Services & Government News, Foreign Broadcast Information Service (FBIS) Daily Reports
Nexis UniJournals, trade publications, newspapers, transcripts, company information, U.S. and International legal information and more.
LexisNexis offers two major databases for NPS users: Lexis Advance and Nexis Uni. This one, Nexis Uni is designed with a simplified search interface, uses a targeted subset of LexisNexis, and requires no special password. (NPS users of Nexis Uni are proxy-authenticated.) Documents come from a huge variety of newspapers, news wires, magazines, news weblogs, broadcast transcripts and more, and are provided in full-text (ASCII text only, no graphics). If you need additional information about differences between this product and the larger Lexis Advance (as well as the necessary password for Lexis Advance) please Ask a Librarian.