Explorit Everywhere! for Military

"Research is creating new knowledge." Neil Armstrong

As a military researcher, you search for time-sensitive, critical information. You can’t afford to find the second best result, and you certainly don’t have the time to wade through mountains of unrelevant results. Your search should be focused, and your results precise. Deep Web Technologies’ Explorit Everywhere! delivers the information you need, when you need it.

Military libraries and research centers require a search agility that is often left behind in more broadly focused search products. Explorit Everywhere! connects you to your specialized resources while providing the tools to filter, sort and process your results. Your relevant results are readily available through a single search portal. Search, Find, Review. Relax.


From public websites to government repositories of information, Explorit Everywhere! is your fastest, most effective, highest performing discovery solution.

Over 60 sources – One search box

Science.gov

Government science information


Explorit Everywhere! for Military Libraries Learn more about Explorit Everywhere!
Search Builder Understand how you can build search pages for each person or group
Unlimited Collections Add any or all of your information sources to Explorit Everywhere!
The Difference What is different about Explorit Everywhere!?

Deep Web Technologies serves a variety of military libraries including:

AFRL-logo Air Force Research Laboratories are dedicated to leading discovery and development of technology programs. Deep Web Technologies’ AFRL customers include Kirtland, Rome, Eglin and AFOSR.
Boeing-logo The Boeing Library uses Explorit Everywhere! to access their subscription resources simultaneously.

“For the first time in the history of the Internet, scientists and citizens alike can search distant and remote national scientific databases in real time and receive precise, relevance-ranked results in seconds. No other search engine can do this because these databases reside in the “deep web” where traditional search engines generally cannot reach.”

-Ray Orbach, former Under Secretary of United States, on launch of Science.gov