A group of military veterans are suing to get the CIA to come clean about allegedly implanting remote control devices in their brains. It's well known that the CIA began testing substances like LSD on soldiers beginning in the 1950s but less is known
Weapon hailed as a game-changer that can fire up and over barriers and down into trenches
The Navy keeps pouring money into high-tech ships, next-gen communications gear — even a “death ray” pre-prototype. But if the sea service can’t get costs for the new gear under control, it’s putting itself at risk.
Authorities investigated a 4th nighttime shooting at a Washington-area military building, the FBI urged the unknown gunman to surrender before someone is hurt. "We appreciate that he is struggling right now," an FBI spokeswoman said. "This guy hasn
An overnight shooting at a vacant Marine Corps recruiting station in Chantilly this week has been definitively linked to two recent attacks on U.S. military buildings in Northern Virginia.
Soldiers fighting future battles in crowded urban areas will be able to launch hummingbird-sized unmanned aerial vehicles capable of carrying sophisticated sensors and flying through open windows in buildings to report back on enemy positions.
In Operation Vigilant Guard, a Prison Planet.tv exclusive, Infowars.com reporters and filmmakers Rob Dew and Jason Douglass venture to Chicago, Illinois, to document the militarization of domestic response during disasters and terrorist events in the
An American soldier suspected of leaking video footage of a US Apache helicopter strike in Baghdad that killed two employees of the Reuters news agency has been charged, the military said on Tuesday.