US keeps demanding China get involved
UAE is already a substantial customer
The buying frenzy now begins - just in time for the election
China has delivered six military drones to Serbia after the Balkan country moved to purchase them in a controversial deal a year ago which has put NATO on edge.
The world is rightly shocked today by the terrible explosion that devastated Beirut, and our thoughts go out to the people of Lebanon.
Firearms stocks moved higher on Monday after gun background checks rose 79% in July year-over-year amid violent protests which have gripped major cities across the United States.
In today's video, I interview CTRL Pew, who is closely involved in the 3D printing gun community.
China has started exporting the third generation of their Red Arrow-12 anti-tank systems, also known as the HJ-12. According to the China Defense website, Algeria has become the first Arab country to obtain the upgraded Chinese anti-tank system.
RUSSIA has enraged the west by test-firing a weapon designed to knock out other satellites and "threaten the peaceful use of space".
The gun industry has never seen anything like 2020, and the explosion in sales driven by the concerns over rising crime, protests, the coronavirus crisis, and the presidential election are expected to continue.
On July 3rd of this year, Natural News reported that communist China was trafficking full-auto weapons parts into Florida as a way to arm Black Lives Matter terrorists in advance of a planned armed uprising / revolution.
It was 1 a.m. on July 16, 1945, when J. Robert Oppenheimer met with an Army lieutenant basic, Leslie Groves, in the parched panorama of Jornada del Muerto -- Dead Man's Journey -- a distant desert in New Mexico.
Japan announced this week it plans to produce a domestic fifth-generation fighter jet over the next decade. It also unveiled the purchase of more than 100 stealth fighters from the US, reported Forbes.
While the phrase "system of systems" has entered relatively common usage some years ago as a reflection of the need to field systems and assets with complementary capabilities that will operate as part of a synergistic whole in their respective d
Historic numbers of background checks to purchase or possess a firearm were done in June, a trend in a year marked by uncertainty over the coronavirus pandemic, a subsequent economic recession, protests over racial injustice and calls to reduce polic
THE US Marine Corps is testing a powerful electroshock weapon that can zap enemies from 300 feet away.
Its ultra-sensitive networked sensors set up across Europe and the world are capable of picking up nuclear weapons testing when it occurs anywhere around the globe.
US envoy mocked China on Twitter for not attending
The coronavirus pandemic has exposed dangerous weaknesses in U.S. planning and preparation for civil defense protection and recovery, and those weaknesses surely have been noticed by our potential enemies: China, Russia, North Korea, Iran and interna
With the help of stolen U.S. technology, China has developed at least three types of high-tech weapons to attack the electric grid and key technologies in a "surprise Pearl Harbor" assault that could send America into a deadly blackout, according
--by blowing up empty ship in the Gulf
--by blowing up empty ship in the Gulf
China unveils 'small but lethal' war robot 'Sharp Claw I' that's armed with a machine gun and night vision
A suspected U.S. drone strike on Idlib's city center on Sunday has killed two senior commander of al-Qaeda-affiliated Horas al-Din, Qassam al-Urduni and Bilal al-Sanani.
As Jeffrey A. Lockwood recounted in his 2008 book Six-Legged Soldiers: Using Insects as Weapons of War, the first four nations that pioneered biological warfare were during the 1930s -- Hitler's Germany, Hirohito's Japan, and Churchill's Engla
Last arms control treaty between the two countries set to expire in February 2021
Rubber bullets fired on protesters can kill. So why are we using them?
The Trump campaign claimed it used pepper balls, not tear gas, on protesters in Lafayette Square. What are they, anyway?
The US Navy's Blue Angels acrobatic team has taken delivery of its first F/A-18 Super Hornet test aircraft. The fighter is the first of 11 Boeing plans to deliver to the Navy team this year and will be used for flight testing and evaluation.