The B-52 Stratofortress bomber can use explosive cartridges to jump start its engines.
The plane disappeared during a routine training flight.
Built for the Cold War, the Tornado remains a prime example of what happens when European engineering minds come together.
The jet collided with its own cannon shells or was on the receiving end of its own ricochets.
The German-built Cheetah is essentially an aerial shield for ground forces.
The discovery of more aircraft junk has spurred the Air Force to halt deliveries for the second time in a month.
The jets, awaiting sale abroad, have been parked in an air base built into a mountainside for more than a decade.
The “elephant walk” is a show of Air Force readiness to fight on short notice.
The Defiant, or something very much like it, could replace the UH-60 Blackhawk transport helicopter in U.S. Army service.
The bombers, flying from the United Kingdom, are operating close to Moscow’s borders.
The low-cost drone can deliver supplies to ground forces with pinpoint accuracy.
The “moon suit” looks surprisingly agile.
The U.S. military wants to put artificial intelligence in the cockpit, as an assistant or AI-powered wingman.
Upgrades have kept the jet relevant well into the 21st century.
Fighters are down, but helicopters are up.