Federal Computer Week has a story on Air Force Lt. Gen. Michael Peterson recognizing the role that technology plays in modern day warfare. As per the story:

The lieutenants demonstrated what they could do with the Web and ColdFusion software, and Peterson was sold. They built an automated target folder application that let aircrew members type in their target numbers from an air-tasking order. Then the target folder built itself based on the most current maps, images and intelligence reports about the target. “They had the real-time knowledge that they needed to plan their missions,” Peterson said.

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  1. Great to read this Ben. I have been to several government bodies on CF work, including The FAA and NASA. No doubt they know a great product when they see one.

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