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Any industrial customer today depends on existing brownfield installations to run and operate their business—these are mostly highly complex and tailored to the targeted product.The power of value 4.0 for industrial internet of things|Jason Sparapani|December 22, 2020|MIT Technology Review
Christopher Brownfield is former nuclear submarine officer, an Iraq war veteran, and the author of My Nuclear Family.
Christopher Brownfield on how a fearful military undermines democracy.
Christopher Brownfield on what Obama could learn from Bush and Putin about forceful decisions.
The Daily Beast experts Peter Beinart, Nicolle Wallace, Tunku Varadarajan, Christopher Brownfield, Saad Mohseni, Ret.
In the Navy, Christopher J. Brownfield was a patient under socialized health care and lived to tell the tale.
Fine intervale lands abound in this vicinity, and also in Brownfield.
He is still living and in robust health, at Brownfield station, four miles south of Uniontown.
At his death it fell into the hands of his son, Daniel, who kept it for a number of years and sold out to Thomas Brownfield.