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A large part of the shared classified supercomputing capability at Aor Force Research Laboratory’s Department of Defense Supercomputing Resource Center is four state-of-the-art HPE SGI 8600 supercomputers, including this one named “Mustang,” an unclassified supercomputer named in honor of the P-51 Mustang aircraft flown by the famous Tuskegee Airmen. The three other systems, Voodoo, Shadow and Spectre, named after the F-101 supersonic jet fighter, MC-130P Combat Shadow, and AC-130H gunship, respectively, support higher classification levels that impact critical DoD research areas and address increasing demand across the Defense Department. (Courtesy photo)
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