Investigators use novel, high-tech methods to identify the remains of missing soldiers.
The incident was the dawn of unmanned air-to-air combat.
The JS Atago detected, tracked, and shot down the simulated incoming ballistic missile.
The Syrians were responding to an attack by Israeli fighter jets.
Prinz Eugen, once the pride of the German Navy, is sitting upside down in the Pacific and threatening to leak.
There is only one “Mriya” superheavy transport flying in the entire world.
Missiles fly and fighters soar at Russia’s Far East military drills.
The Joint Air-to-Surface Standoff Missile, used in April's attack on Syria, is about to get even longer legs.
A pair of bright flashes in the Indian Ocean was probably a joint Israeli-South African nuclear test.
The new missile is shot out of the barrel of the new T-14 Armata tank.
The Syrian attack jet was bombing on U.S.-backed fighters on the ground.
Russia’s Luch-Olymp satellite got a little too chummy with a French-Italian military satellite.
The Air Force’s fleet of Cold War bombers will fly longer than most people will live.
The bomber flight was a provocative glimpse at war war might look like.
Backers claim the Pentagon would get more bang for its buck, but the Navy disagrees.
Taser-equipped weapons would incapacitate individuals for at least thirty seconds.
Future Armed Reconnaissance Aircraft will be the flying cavalry of the 21st century.
Bombers are stationed on the tiny Pacific island to reassure America’s allies in the Asia-Pacific.
The drills will also include tanks and troops from China.
The Navy decided to swap out the USS Monsoor’s engine after damage was detected to the turbine blades.
The initial plan is to build four of the craft over six years.
Letting robots do construction jobs on the battlefield frees Marines to fight.
The bug prevents less experienced F-35 pilots from landing on carriers at night.
It was probably a training mine, but that doesn't mean it couldn't explode.
Let’s hope for the best.
Cameras and augmented reality allow tank crews to scan for threats in all directions.
Millions of pounds of unexploded bombs rest at the bottom of the gulf, and nobody knows where they are.
The small order means Moscow’s Army will still rely on older tanks for its armored fighting power.
Debunking a conspiracy theory before it even begins.