The all-weather precision guided bomb could enter service next year.
Training manuals on the Reaper have popped up for sale.
The “Hunter” drone is a “sixth generation” advanced strike aircraft.
A replacement for the M2 Bradley is next on the Army’s list of priorities
The Joint Air Ground Missile will launch from helicopters, smash tanks, boats, virtually anything worth smashing.
It can’t kill tanks anymore, but it still looks like it can.
The laser strikes follow reported incidents in Djibouti by Chinese military personnel.
And then, of course, there’s North Korea to think about.
The paintballs are filled with a military-grade irritant, making them a non-lethal weapon.
The Uran-9 lost with its controllers, maneuvered badly on broken terrain.
Will the battlefield of the future be robots fighting robots?
One may go on to equip U.S. soldiers with the first sub-gun since World War II.
The Zoo Tower became a thorn in British and Soviet sides alike.
Made public thanks to Chinese hackers, the weapon is supposedly a new offensive missile.
The hypersonic conventional strike weapon would overwhelm enemy defenses, strike time-critical targets.
The Secretary of Defense will pitch his “30-30-30-30” plan to NATO this week.
The National Guard lieutenant was charged with driving under the influence of drugs, among many other things.
These two English flintlock dueling pistols changed America forever, and now they’re going on display.
The four-propeller drone mounts a single shot anti-tank rocket launcher.
China’s is building destroyers faster than even the mighty U.S. Navy.
The F-35 cost a trillion dollars. Nobody really knows how much America's next nuke will cost. What's wrong?
The Army has detected a potentially dangerous flaw in its rifles and carbines.
An investigation concludes the Russian military shot down a Malaysian Airlines 777, killing 298 people.
The missile has crashed (and presumably burned) four times in four months.
If it ain't broke, why fix it?
The husky armored car is heavily armed and ready to roll.
Changes will keep the USMC on warfare's cutting edge.