On the flight deck of the HSV 2 Swift, U.S. Navy Rear Adm. Sinclair Harris received instructions Friday on how to launch the 13-pound drone that looks like a model airplane built by a teenager in the family garage.
The most prominent civil wars in recent years have not started with a clear, firing-on-Fort-Sumter beginning.
The newly-limbless victims from the Boston Marathon attack are still being treated, and the alleged bomber has only been in custody for a few days.
Despite President Barack Obama's pledge that Syria's use of chemical weapons is a "game changer" for the United States, he is unlikely to turn to military options quickly and would want allies joining him in any intervention.
Description of attack in which six rebels died adds to uncertainty about claims that sarin has been used in the conflict
Syria has accused the United States and Britain of telling lies about its supposed use of chemical weapons. Syria says it has not used the weapons and does not possess them.
While the United States beats the war drums over North Korea and Iran’s long-ranged nuclear armed missiles –which they don’t even possess – Washington remains curiously silent about the arrival of the world’s newest member of the big nuke club
An Army research project wants to cover a battlefield with dozens of soda-can-sized sensors to detect invisible threats.
The new documentary "Unclaimed" purports to introduce the world to former Army Sergeant John Robertson, lost over in Vietnam in 1968 and left behind for over four decades.
James is the Air Force’s deputy chief for intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance, giving him the flying service’s drone portfolio.
The Hermit Kingdom is talking tough again, only this time it's about the fight to feed its own people.
In a stirring Senate testimony Tuesday, Farea al-Muslimi, an American-educated Yemeni activist and journalist, described the effects of a U.S. drone strike on his home village just six days ago.
The above image, published by Code One on its Facebook page, shows the configuration for the SA-2S, an SR-71 Blackbird replacement concept that was studied by Convair in the early ’60s.
Not Stopping Iran's Program 'Threatens Credibility'
Deal Will Allow Israel to Avoid Lebanon Overflights
For the first time, the Senate heard from someone who lives in a village where U.S. drone strikes are believed to have killed civilians.
Government security officials in Yemen have claimed that a US drone strike killed two al Qaeda militants. If confirmed, it would be the third American drone strike to hit Yemen in less than a week.
It has been abundantly clear to those who closely follow the political developments in the Middle East that, for at least two decades, Israeli politics has been moving continuously toward extreme, reactionary right.
Arms Deal to Israel a 'Clear Signal' to Iran
The North Korean bomb may be an uncomfortable fact of life, but so too is the US bomb, notes Barakawi.
Secretary of state John Kerry expected to announce plans as opposition forces and international allies meet in Istanbul
Plus three robots that are already saving lives.
The secret to fighting a war at night? Tiny, tiny, tiny pixels.
This last week has been pretty hectic in terms of next generation concepts...
US Won't Admit Civilians Killed in Last Week's Attack
All eyes are on North Korea on Monday to see if it marks the birthday of late founder Kim Il-Sung with an expected missile launch, despite tension-reducing noises from Seoul and Washington.
The world spent less on weapons and military services in 2012 than the year before, the first annual drop since 1998, a Swedish think tank said on Monday.
North Korea’s military Tuesday issued an “ultimatum” saying it would attack without warning if anti-North Korean activities continued in the South.
It's a drone on a leash.
US Secretary of State John Kerry Friday demanded North Korea abandon an expected missile launch as the communist state threatened a nuclear strike on Japan amid a chilling new evaluation of its offensive capability.