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It fails to destroy all but a few of the rockets that Hamas and other Palestinian militant groups fire at Israeli communities. But Israel's early-warning civil-defense systems have proved highly effective.
The United States shut down its embassy in Libya on Saturday and evacuated its diplomats to neighboring Tunisia on security concerns in Tripoli, reports said.
As Ukraine prepares to retake it's country and to repel invasion by Russia, a very wide and inclusive draft is issued. Very few are exempted.
Any discussion of Israel's war on Gaza that does not focus on...
The United States exported to Israel a substantial amount of the same types of weapons Israel is using to kill Gazans, a new analysis of US Census Bureau export data reveals.
Probably the biggest news story of 1928 was the war-making nations of the world coming together on August 27th and legally outlawing war.
The time the United States blew up a passenger plane—and tried to cover it up.
It's worth looking back at another doomed passenger plane—Iran Air Flight 655—shot down on July 3, 1988, not by some scruffy rebel on contested soil but by a U.S. Navy captain in command of an Aegis-class cruiser called the Vincennes.
Yael Even Or is an Israeli journalist and activist who, during her service, evaluated candidates for the recruitment department of the Israeli army. She currently lives in New York City.
An ambitious DARPA project seeks to get satellites into space cheaper and on demand.
Qatar's Purchase Of Billions Of US Weaponry — And Support For Hamas — Shows How Awkward Foreign Policy Can Be.
How an epithet becomes a compliment.
The official name for Israel's latest assault on Gaza is "Operation Protective Edge." A better name would be "Operation Déjà Vu."
DEFENSE ONE: For decades Japan has been the world's playground for design innovation. But now it may become ground zero for the future of something far more hostile: military drones.
It's possible, but don't expect airliners to start firing lasers tomorrow.
Down the Memory Hole is Iran Air Flight 655, shot down by the USS Vincennes on July 3, 1988.
The United States military once planned to build a surveillance station on the moon
It is difficult to pinpoint exactly when it happened, but clear evidence can be seen at least in the aftermath of World War II.
I was not sure I would like a book called Worth Fighting For by a former soldier who walked across the United States to raise money for the Pat Tillman Foundation.
A Pentagon report, revealed by The New York Times over the weekend, showed that the American troops working alongside Iraqi forces were at risk of harm from Sunni extremists who had infiltrated the Iraqi Army (and, perhaps, from the pro-Iranian Shiit
KIEV, Ukraine (WNEW/AP) — A Malaysia Airlines passenger plane carrying 298 people was shot down over eastern Ukraine on Thursday as it flew over the country, and both the government and the pro-Russia separatists fighting in the region denied any res
Senate Approves Transfer Of Additional $351 Million To Israel To Fund Its Iron Dome Missile Defense System
In Australia, Shinzo Abe Astutely Handles History
The US Marines have demonstrated a half-scale version of their proposed amphibious vehicle during maritime warfare exercises.
Robotics company, military contractor, and recent Google acquisition Boston Dynamics is most likely best known for its dog-like machines that can traverse rough terrain while carrying a heavy load.
ISIS militants may be in a position to pummel other cities in Iraqi army control after capturing American-made weapons the group seized from the Iraqi military, Mitchell Prothero reports for McClatchy DC.
The B-52 may finally have a grandchild.
Qatar is purchasing $11 billion in Patriot missile batteries and Apache attack helicopters from the United States, according to AFP. It's the largest single sale of U.S. weaponry in 2014, and it's to a country with only about a quarter-million citize
Are rockets pounding Tel Aviv? Experts who have examined the denials and press releases by Israel and here "media friends," are giving a resounding "yes!"