Russia is aiming to replace human soldiers with 'faster and more accurate' robot 'brothers' on the battlefield, deputy director of country's Advanced Research Foundation says
The US Navy is keeping warships with crew deemed "clean" -- that is, completely free of coronavirus cases ...
I'm sure you still remember them. The president regularly called them "my generals."
In March, a federal agency named the Commission on Military, National, and Public Service issued an official report on whether America's system of conscription should continue...
American forces in the Persian Gulf have greatly bolstered their ability to respond to Iran at a moment President Trump has renewed trading threats and barbs with the Islamic Republic, ordering the US Navy "to shoot down and destroy any and all Irani
While consumer-grade 3D printers may be adequate for making things like models or curios, they're not always up to the task of creating objects that stand up to real-world use. That could be about to change, though, thanks to a new printing filament.
Airbus has announced the successful completion of the world's first fully automatic boom system air-to-air refueling (A3R) operation.
The Air Force Global Strike Command (AFGSC) is preparing to mount hypersonic AGM-183 Air-launched Rapid Response Weapons (ARRW) externally on the Rockwell B-1 Lancer supersonic bomber.
Coming as a likely surprise to US enemies and rivals at a moment regional tensions with China are once again on the rise, and just days after a major aircraft "elephant walk" show of force was conducted at Anderson Air Force Base in Guam, the Air For
The surrendered militants said that US instructors had been preparing them for terrorist acts and sabotage at oil and gas and transport facilities, according to the information provided by the Russian military's centre for the Syrian reconciliation.
Ever since governors started calling up national guard units last month, the Pentagon has insisted that the soldiers remain firmly under the command of the governors that called them up, and that the Pentagon isn't using the troops to plan for any fe
EXCLUSIVE: AS WASHINGTON DC FACES CORONAVIRUS SPIKE, SECRET MILITARY TASK FORCE PREPARES TO SECURE THE CAPITAL
ERIK PRINCE OFFERED LETHAL SERVICES TO SANCTIONED RUSSIAN MERCENARY FIRM WAGNER
Chemical and Biological Weapons
The United States is experiencing an upheaval from the Coronavirus pandemic that is deeper than anything in modern American history, and military and civilian Pentagon elites have responded to it in a way that seems certain to further magnify the bro
A little over 20 years ago, North American Aerospace Defense Command (NORAD) conducted a military exercise that involved a "hypothetical scenario" of hijacked planes flying into both the Pentagon and the World Trade Center.
Bill would place tariffs on Saudi oil customers
On April 2, the Navy relieved Captain Crozier of his command. Relief is a polite term for being fired. In each of the services, this happens from time to time. In the Navy of late, commanders have been fired for allowing lax discipline which resulted
He put Men before the Mission. That the brass removed him and killed his Navy career calls into question their own judgment.
Deployments continued through end of March
Officials say deployment meant to put pressure on Maduro
When President Donald Trump weighed the options earlier last year to address the political and humanitarian consequences of Nicolás Maduro's tight grip on power in Venezuela, he realized his harsh rhetoric against the South American leader was not
In a video posted Friday to the Facebook page of Michael Washington, with the hashtag #MYCO and #WEARETRSTRONG. "That's how you send out one of the greatest captains you ever had," someone says in the video, then using an acronym for greatest o
If war is the consequence of a policy, then get rid of the policy.
Banality may mask absurd tragedy. The Pentagon specializes in such veiled bromides. If anything, this Age of Corona is thus illustrative.
Commandant aims to dissolve tank companies as part of plan
Soldiers patrol the streets with their fingers on machine gun triggers. The army guards an exhibition center-turned-makeshift-hospital crowded with rows of metal beds for those infected with the coronavirus.
South Africa's 57 million people entered into a Martial law-style lockdown for three weeks starting on Friday, a move by the government that would hopefully flatten the pandemic curve and slowdown infections, so the hospital system does not become ov
Sailors on board both US aircraft carriers in the Pacific have tested positive to coronavirus, sparking fears the Navy could become crippled in the region.