It’s only a matter of time before another country deploys drones against us.
US aggression, occupation, torture of prisoners, massacres, drone attacks, offshore penal colonies and sexual assaults against our own service members, take the luster from our official self-image of ‘exceptionality.’
Allison Barrie on how 'M-blocks' could be the foundation for an army of self-assembling robots
The United States Air Force Band performed a flash mob at the Smithsonian's National Air and Space Museum on Dec. 3, 2013.
Lavena Johnson was just 19-years old when she joined the military in 2005. She was trying to raise money for college, and like a lot of young people, she thought that her time in the military would improve her life, not end it.
The title of the article is not hyperbole.
Spying could become much easier if a new lightweight, folding satellite concept gets off the ground.
And our bloated military is not just killing us and others around the world, mostly innocent civilians, but it is killing the Earth, too. This report published by Project Censored calls the US Department of Defense the worst polluter on the planet. I
Within the upper echelons of our military there still remain men and women who are committed to the fundamental laws of the land.
After more tests completed last month, the Navy and Marines have decided that the RQ-21A Blackjack drone is worth the gamble. They’re putting money on the program that could provide them with a dedicated multi-intelligence drone in a matter of months
The Pentagon has put the brakes on military cargo shipments traveling from Afghanistan to Pakistan, citing anti-drone protests that threatened truck drivers, a Pentagon spokesman said Tuesday.
The Naval Research Lab just launched a drone from a submerged submarine – giving a huge edge to the future of special operations.
Once upon a time, you might have said that someone “disappeared.”
Just throwing it out there, you can throw it back if you don't like it, but maybe we should nuke Iran if war becomes imminent.
Nancy Pelosi called it the “selfie of the year": the group snapshot of the first four women to make it through Marine infantry training.
When I read this Washington Post article about the two-year-old child that U.S. forces just killed in Afghanistan, I wondered what the child’s name was.
The following is a transcript of outgoing company commander Capt. Vince Miller’s change of command speech:
From 1943, a very detailed look at an obsolete war machine
After 12 years of occupation by U.S. military forces, Afghanistan set a record for growing opium poppies in 2013, according to newly released data from the United Nations Office on Drugs and Crime.
Facing pressure to combat drug use and sexual assault at the Air Force Academy, the Air Force has created a secret system of cadet informants to hunt for misconduct among students.
For nearly 20 years, the secret code to authorize launching U.S. nuclear missiles, and starting World War III, was terrifyingly simple and even noted down on a checklist.
The United Nations said Monday it will use surveillance drones, for the first time, over the Congo's troubled borders with Uganda and Rwanda.
The U.S. Navy's first two advanced P-8A Poseidon patrol aircraft have arrived in Japan, U.S. military officials said on Monday, helping to upgrade America's ability to hunt submarines and other vessels in seas close to China as tension in the region
Russia has launched its new state-of-the-art Novorossiysk submarine, which set sail from a St Petersburg shipyard to become the first of six diesel-electric stealth subs delivered to the Russian Black Sea fleet in the next two years.
Move Comes as Defense Ministry Dials Back Warnings
“Next month in Parliament for the first time ever it would be a specific criminal offense to attack members of our Armed Forces, ensuring they are treated with the dignity that their bravery deserves. I want the Forces to feel at ease in our country.
The big problem with drones is they look like, well, drones.
US warplanes have directly challenged China’s claims of an expanding territorial air defence zone, flying dramatically and without incident on Monday over a disputed island chain.
"We have conducted operations in the area of the Senkakus. We have continued to follow our normal procedures, which include not filing flight plans, not radioing ahead and not registering our frequencies," Colonel Steve Warren added,