How the US Air Force’s Biggest Drones Help Set Up Attacks on ISIS
High above Iraq and Syria, Global Hawks are undoubtedly taking images of potential Islamic State targets and snatching up radio chatter.
How to Track the US Air Force’s Covert Fleet of Civilian-Styled Planes
Ever get the urge to take a sneaky peek into some of the Pentagon’s less well-publicized missions around the world?
The Gear the US Army Wants For 2017 and Beyond
With Russian aggression and the rise of the Islamic State, the Army is searching for tools to deal with what it's dubbed a “hybrid” of high and low-tech foes.
The National Guard Thought This Awkward Sex Tape Was a Good Example of Spy Gear
“She’s going up and down on him.”
The US Air Force’s Biggest Spy Planes Are Hunting ISIS Fighters
Sporting more than a dozens antennas, the jet’s main job is to orbit above or near the battlefield and scoop up enemy communications chatter.
Vintage Videos Show the US Air Force’s First Armed Drone Dropping Bombs
The clips, digitized last year, show the flying branch’s first pilotless attackers during test flights in the early 70s.
The US Is Setting Up a Missile Shield in South Korea
Aimed to knock down North Korean rockets, Washington and Seoul's missile-defense system already has its work cut out.
Gunmakers Have Sold AR-15s to Civilians for More Than 50 Years
These “military-style” firearms have a long history in private hands.
The Pentagon's Cybersecurity Priorities Have Not Changed in a Decade
That's good. And bad.
US Army Laser Chief: 'We Absolutely Blew Lots of Things Up'
The ground combat branch is looking into all sorts of ways to blast drones out of the sky.
The US Army’s Doomed Plan for a Rocket-Propelled Bowling Ball
File under: "military oddities."
Why the US Air Force Pulled Its Predator Drones from a Secret Base in Africa
The move comes amid a resource crunch and shifting targets.