The U.S. just sent six "electronic attack" aircraft to Germany to overcome enemy air defenses by crippling the radar systems that they often depend upon.
Russia claims to have used its Kinzhal hypersonic missiles for the first time, in its invasion of Ukraine. Here's why these super-fast weapons are so concerning.
Reference 'Mutual assured destruction is the concept that two superpowers can annihilate each other with nuclear weapons.
The world's largest aircraft, the Antonov AN-225, has been destroyed during Russia's invasion of Ukraine, Ukrainian authorities said.
The remains of a V2 rocket fired by Nazi Germany at London during World War II have been unearthed in a field in the southeast of England, where it crashed and exploded before reaching its target.
North Korean state media declared the test of the Hwasong-8 a success, but outside experts are skeptical.
The company's Electron rocket launched a small satellite for the U.S. military early Thursday morning (July 29), acing its first mission since a failure in mid-May.
A UN report suggests that AI drones attacked human targets without any humans consulted prior to the strike.
The Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency (DARPA) has picked three big space companies for the first phase of a larger project to test nuclear propulsion above low Earth orbit by 2025.
At some point in the next few weeks, the U.S. plans to fire an extreme, hypersonic weapon. The question remains: What's the point?
The U.S. government is putting something big and secret in orbit tonight (Sept 30). Here's the little we can glean from public information.
A secret U.S. Army tactical unit called the "Ghost Army" tricked German forces during WWII with fake military displays that were deceptively real.
The U.S. government says Russia tested an anti-satellite space weapon July 15. Russia says it was an inspector satellite. Nothing was destroyed.
The US Senate intelligence committee plans to impose new rules on how the Department of Defense (DOD) shares information about UFOs, and to demand a public report on what the DOD knows so far.
Aerojet Rocketdyne will develop "enabling technologies" for DARPA's Glide Breaker program under a newly announced contract, which is worth up to $19.6 million.
During a pivotal World War II battle, three U.S. aircraft and their seven crewmen were lost at sea. The planes were recently located in a lagoon in the Pacific Ocean.
Heartbeat-scanning lasers created by the U.S. military can ID your cardiac 'fingerprints' from hundreds of feet away.