The PEARL system alerts users to the direction of hostile shots.
The husky armored car is heavily armed and ready to roll.
The faulty part could cause the helicopter rotors to separate in flight.
The Valor is a contender to replace the UH-60 .
But why does the Air Force wear camouflage anyway?
Changes will keep the USMC on warfare's cutting edge.
The system would protect lighter vehicles from rocket and missile attack.
Aircraft such as the C-130 Hercules will launch small drones, reel them back in again.
The last time the Army adopted a submachine gun was 75 years ago.
The parade is a coming-out party for the latest Russian military hardware.
Small interceptors, perhaps on a drone wingman, would keep big planes safe from air-to-air threats.
It’s the second breakdown in a year for the USS Ford’s propulsion system.
The “Berkut” snowmobile has a heated cab and can tow soldiers on skis.
The threat of enemy aircraft and drones is forcing the Army to field a solution fast.
The Second Fleet will keep an eye on Russian navy ships on this side of the Atlantic.
The AK-12 and AK-15 will replace older weapons in the Russian Armed Forces.
The film is classic A-10.
The Sukhoi fighter performed an "unprofessional intercept."
Sitting more than three thousand miles from San Francisco, the giant radar provides advance warning of missile attack.
Don’t count on it.
The Commandant of the Marine Corps insists the technology is there.
Designated marksmen are the best shots in a unit but not quite snipers.
Someone is lasing airplanes and putting pilots in danger.
The lumbering steel beasts were a far cry from today’s tanks.
The Organic Precision Fires drone could strike targets more than 37 miles away.
The tiny old frigate was no match for the latest in anti-ship missiles.
The Radio Frequency Vehicle Stopper sends pulses of microwave radiation to disable vehicles.
But will they fit on tanks?
Fighters involved in both incidents were based at Alaska’s Elmendorf Air Force Base.