Russia and the former Soviet Union promised lots of things. Not all of them became reality.
The new facility may target U.S. submarines in the South China Sea.
But this weird propulsion idea isn't dead yet.
A fever of stealthy swimming stingrays may seem like fiction, but it could become a very real threat.
Destroying chemical weapons is tricky business, but the military has some weapons purpose built for the occasion.
It may look easy, but surfacing a nuclear submarine in the Arctic requires careful preparation.
Entire Arctic shipping routes, once thought impassable, are becoming major economic channels, and icebreakers are making it possible.
How an army of weirdly assorted monster machines work together to bring up riches from the seabed.
The best way to find the toughest drones is to run them through an aerial gauntlet.
Christopher Nolan's war epic celebrates the evacuation of British and French troops from Dunkirk in 1940.
A new report warns that a new Russian sniper could change the shape of future battlefields.
Newly declassified documents show that even the most secretive submarines leave a trail.
Good news for preserving human life, but bad news in almost every other way.
Kim Jong-Un's nuclear weapons are hidden deep under hundreds of feet of solid rock. This makes them hard to reach—but not impossible.
What is it, how does it work, and is autonomous war such a good idea?
The U.S. just lifted a ban on laptops flying out of ten Middle Eastern airports. Here's why.
A high-payload, low-cost drone would change Arctic science forever. But one challenge remains: making it freeze-proof.
With "four acres of sovereign territory," the HMS Queen Elizabeth will launch U.S. F-35Bs during its first years of service.
They are some of the biggest machines to ever sail the high seas, so what happens when you need to tow one?
Russia threatens to retaliate against American planes. Could they?
A neglected $6,000 renovation may have cost the lives of 30 or more people.
This movie kicks ass. Now let's talk about its First World War setting.
When you need to attack a target without risking a pilot, the best answer is the Tomahawk.
The United States entered the Great War 100 years ago today. Here's how that conflict led to a century of innovation.
It takes cool new wing tech and the smarts of AI for a drone to execute the landing that nature has already perfected.
Ukraine is building an unmanned air force for 21st-century warfare.
The amazing amount of engineering and science that goes into launching an underwater Trident missile into low-Earth orbit.
Designed to build offshore windmills, the Brave Tern is a ship unlike any America has ever seen.
Why use one drone when you can use one hundred?
Drones strikes are not like bird strikes—they're much, much worse.