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Military Startup Ideas



3 years ago

The startup, which is meant to help the US military create innovative solutions, is looking for a customer with a mission-critical application to help it develop a better one.

300
2 years ago

A startup that makes it easier for military veterans to get jobs by creating an app that can help vets get hired for work by first-time employers

232
10 months ago

A social network for U.S. military veterans who are looking for jobs. The company’s model runs on the assumption that veterans are more likely to have a job, but that job might not be the one they want.

204
3 years ago

A tool for distribution of food and groceries to people in need, in the form of a vehicle equipped with a fridge, a microwave, and a coffee machine, and that can travel down the street from a central hub. The startup’s founders are veterans of the American military.

184
2 years ago

A product developed for the Department of Defense to help soldiers train for their jobs under simulated conditions. The startup wants to connect with both military and civilian facilities, so it can create virtual training environments and simulate real-life scenarios.

167
3 years ago

This startup’s software makes it easier to communicate with people in the U.S. government and military in order to facilitate disaster relief.

162
3 years ago

Helping the US military optimize their supply chains by using machine learning to track the performance of their suppliers.

161
3 years ago

A platform to help companies find and hire veterans and US citizens who are leaving the military.

155
3 years ago

Building a social network for people who are in the military, and want to connect with other service members who are also in need of support.

145
3 years ago

A startup that builds apps for the military to manage their supply chains. The military has developed a unique supply chain management process that needs to be made more accessible to civilians.

142
3 years ago

A startup that builds a data analysis system for the US Department of Defense. The company's software helps the military keep track of weapons, ships, and personnel.

140
3 years ago

A startup where the US government buys excess military equipment and resells them to civilians. It’s not the first attempt to make the surplus military equipment market accessible, but it’s the first to be backed by the US government.

131
3 years ago

A startup that builds custom smart shoes for people with disabilities. The shoes use a wireless accelerometer and Bluetooth technology to detect movement and alert a person when they’re about to fall. The startup is currently working with the military, but is looking to expand into consumer markets.

129
3 years ago

A platform for making tasks, and time, more efficient. The company is working closely with the US military.

123
3 years ago

A B2B provider of business software for military customers. The company wants to help military contractors automate their operations.

123
1 year ago

A startup that wants to build the system to manage US military-funded humanitarian aid to the world. The company wants to build a “Google for relief”, building a system where donations come in a bottom-up approach and then the money can be distributed to the people in need.

97
2 years ago

The idea is to build an app to sell tickets to former members of the military who are looking to reconnect with their old unit.

84
2 years ago

A credit union focused on serving military-based service members and their families, with locations in Guam, Japan, Korea and Texas.

82
2 years ago

A class for the next generation of U.S. military officials to help them reach their full potential.

81
2 years ago

A team of veterans and veterans’ family members that helps people who’ve served in the military with their health needs.

79
2 years ago

A company that helps veteran owned businesses get military contracts. They’re looking for a co-founder to help scale their operations.

77
2 years ago

A startup that wants to help the military track the movement of money in the Middle East.

76
2 years ago

"We just let people be creative, and it's worked out so well." The company has partnered with the DoD to create geospatial maps for military personnel.

75
1 year ago

A startup that is trying to create a way to sell data to advertisers. They’re also working with the U.S. government to track military drone flights in Afghanistan.

73
2 years ago

A company that’s building a “digital wallet” for the US military.

72
2 years ago

This is a B2B company that helps companies structure and automate their recurring payments. They’re seed funded and have a customer base in the military.

72
2 years ago

A distributed worldwide network of unsung heroes, who can perform tasks in the name of the US government, like an Uber for the US military. First launched in 2016, it’s already deployed on more than 100 bases and is partnered with more than 100 federal agencies, including the US Department of Defense, NASA, and the Department of State.

70
1 year ago

A startup that wants to build a network for “situational awareness” for the US government. It’s a bit like Uber, but for the military.

70
2 years ago

A company that helps the military build and maintain their own private data networks, providing secure, reliable connections.

69
2 years ago

A startup that lets people in the military track their data, and other information like safety, on-time birthdays, and check on their friends

69
1 year ago

 A startup that is building an app for veterans to keep track of their military records.

69
2 years ago

This startup wants to build a crowdsourced database of job openings for the US military.

67
2 years ago

On July 29, 2018, Y Combinator announced that it is working with the United States Department of Defense on a $120 million Defense Innovation Unit Experimental (DIUx) grant. DIUx is a new unit within DoD that is focused on bringing together startups and the military to develop cutting-edge technologies that the military can adopt for use in the war and defense arenas.

67
2 years ago

A startup that provides access to the members of the “military.com” app. Military.com is a security app that allows users to take screenshots and take notes with a custom keyboard.

66
1 year ago

A startup that’s building a tool that helps people keep a digital record of their cars. The company is pitching a service to help military personnel keep track of their cars (and is currently in the pilot phase.)

66
1 year ago

Military veterans are often in search of employment when they leave the service, and are often left with a gap in their resume that’s hard to fill. This startup is working to help them get back into the workforce by building a platform to help them find jobs and apply for positions, and connect employers with talent.

65
2 years ago

This app-based company has been built to help veterans track military benefits.

63
1 year ago

This is a virtual reality platform that creates virtual worlds tailored to help with education, training and the military.

61
1 year ago

A tool for HR to help employees onboard in the US military and veterans.

58
1 year ago

This startup has developed a system that can be used by the military or a company to monitor their assets, from the price of a single barrel of oil to the temperature of a factory. They’ve been able to use the system for a car dealership to monitor the condition of their cars, for instance, and more.

54
1 year ago

A new kind of social network for the United States military, looking to help soldiers stay connected with loved ones and build camaraderie.

47
1 year ago

Civic is a startup that wants to create a digital identity system for a digital world. It’s building a system that helps people build a meaningful digital identity, something that can be verified and trusted. The startup is working with the US military, the US Department of Housing, and the US Department of Veterans Affairs.

43
3 years ago

A startup that sells iPhone cases that are super protective (IE has a military grade case and is tested to withstand drops of 6 feet)

42
11 months ago

The founders of this startup are military veterans, and they’re building a service that helps people find the best mental health providers for them in their area.

35
6 months ago

A startup for the US military that lets soldiers create and manage profiles for their family members.

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