New equipment will prevent soldiers from being spotted at night.
Entire species would be turned into living sensors designed to detect underwater vehicles.
The concept is sound, but having them ready by 2020 is unrealistic.
Military elite treat their bodies like high-performance race cars. Which is great—unless you show up to meet them in a hoopty.
A missile running on nuclear energy could run for days, flying around the globe if necessary.
The Pentagon’s wizards of high tech are looking for a self-guiding submarine.
China has beat America in placing railguns on ships, but how far ahead it actually is, that’s a good question.
“Zircon” would likely be unstoppable by today’s cutting edge air defenses.
Technology was supposed to be the solution. Instead, it added to the problem.
On battlefields of the future, the environment itself could spy on America’s enemies.
Airplanes armed with laser weapons will finally be a reality.
Han Solo hid the Millennium Falcon in a cloud of trash, and the same method could hide satellites in low-Earth orbit.
Motion sickness affects all branches of the armed forces, from vehicle crews to submariners.
After decades of promise and failure, a new plasma weapon emerges.
X literally marks the spot for U.S.-made Patriot missile batteries.