Odierno Touts Plan for Fast Deployments Anywhere in the World
On the first day of Christmas, the military gave to me...A list of foreign wars it's fighting to keep me free.
A rickety Toyota truck packed with 14 people rumbled down a desert road from the town of Radda, which al-Qaeda militants once controlled. Suddenly a missile hurtled from the sky and flipped the vehicle over. Chaos. Flames. Corpses. Then, a second
The Chinese government is rapidly building a bigger, more sophisticated military. Here’s what they have, what they want, and what it means for the U.S.
Following a decision last week by the United Nations Security Council to send thousands of soldiers into Mali to combat “Islamist” and “Qaeda” extremists, the Pentagon has announced it will dispatch “small teams” to more than 35 African nations next
Get ready to break out the eyeliner and the candelabras, because the Army is going goth.
Suicide Records Continue to Grow
Whether dealing with Afghan villagers or a Cairo mob, the U.S. military needs non-lethal weapons for delicate situations more than ever.
A four-legged U.S. military robot carrying 400 pounds of equipment has shown how it can play "follow the leader" in a manner similar to a trained mule or horse.
Numerous commentators have rightly lamented the difference in how these childrens' deaths are perceived. What explains it?
BAE Systems ADAPTIV invisibility cloak is getting some new attention online today after the University of Rochester announced its new quantum imaging tech.
The New Mexico desert gets blistering hot, but inside the small windowless container where Brandon Bryant worked as a drone operator for the U.S. Air Force it stays a cool 63 degrees all year long.
Military Given Supreme Authority in Six Provinces
Believe it or not, I like getting e-mails from military veterans.
What we call the Internet Reformation can be seen clearly in reports like this. A young man uses 'Net technology to track every drone strike and makes a horrible discovery.
American ingenuity is an incredible force, and nowhere more so than on the battlefield.
The chief of the Guantánamo war court has approved the use of a time delay on public viewing of the Sept. 11 death-penalty trial as well as a censor in his court to make sure nobody divulges details of a now defunct CIA interrogation program.
Churning the US Military into the UN's Global Governance Military one Nation at a Time
France has urged rapid foreign military intervention in Mali after the country’s prime minister, Cheikh Modibo Diarra, was arrested and ordered to resign. The UN has threatened sanctions over the move, saying it undermines stability in Mali. Diarr
Earth’s poles are the wheeling grounds for two polar rovers: solar-powered Cool Robot and its younger cousin Yeti.
The Pentagon is bracing for the fiscal cliff.
Libertarian minded Rep. Ron Paul, R-Texas, and liberal Rep. Dennis Kucinich, D-Ohio, would seem like an odd pair on any issue.
General Atomics is developing a powerful laser that can be fitted to an unmanned drone, Mark Thompson of Time reports.
The US is desperate to retain as much influence over Egypt as possible
During the nuclear honed days of the Cold War, the Soviet Union developed a nuclear missile able to strike anywhere in the U.S.
The military has done everything possible to develop a uniform that helps troops blend into whatever environment they might be in, but a Canadian firm may be the one who beat countless development contractors working on hefty tax payer budgets.
Amid the expense and controversy surrounding America's effort at fifth-generation piloted, like the F-35 and the F-22, there is the silent but hard fact that unmanned drones are poised to make cumbersome piloted jets a thing of the past.
Former US President Jimmy Carter has slammed American assassination drone strikes in other countries, saying that killing civilians in such attacks would in fact nurture terrorism.
No longer a turf war, the Pentagon and CIA work closely ...
Syria’s rebels may have taken the concept of a videogame a tad too far.