Next generation infantry weapons will incorporate computer technology previously only available on tanks.
The 1947 flight in the Bell X-1 is legendary.
The concept is sound, but having them ready by 2020 is unrealistic.
The carrier launched the famous bomber raid on Tokyo.
Military elite treat their bodies like high-performance race cars. Which is great—unless you show up to meet them in a hoopty.
Big data and new technology help the USAF determine their elite fighters' precise mental and physical limits—and push past them.
The Kairyu-class submarines were designed to protect the Japanese homeland from invasion. They were never used.
Dance me to the end of life.
The Iranian regime’s Gen X fighter jets could end up flying for more than sixty years.
The V-22 Osprey flies, faster and farther than helicopters, giving the U.S. military an edge on the battlefield.
The Hiei has been discovered at last.
A missile running on nuclear energy could run for days, flying around the globe if necessary.
What appears to be an authentic North Korean midget submarine was actually a training target.
Two squadrons of aging interceptors will fly a route to intercept U.S. bombers in wartime.
The bill for a half century of nuclear weapons production is growing fast.
The lights, considered non-lethal weapons, can induce dizziness and nausea.
The Navy is set to save four billion dollars on the twofer, but that second ship still needs a name.