warfare

space war

‘Very Abnormal’ Russian Satellite Escalates Fears of Orbital Arms Race

Russia and China have been ramping up their military presence in space in order to keep up with American capabilities.
Becky Ferreira
8.16.18
war

The Alt-Right and Antifa Are Waging a New Kind of Internet Warfare

Intelligence and surveillance powers that once belonged only to militaries and state spooks are now available to anyone with a high-speed internet connection.
Jacob Siegel
8.30.17
keep it simple

The US Air Force Wants Cheap, Disposable Killer Drones

The LCAA would be a fraction of the cost of current military drones and be able to go on more dangerous missions than manned aircraft.
David Axe
5.30.17
armed drones

Europe Is Considering EU-Wide Armed Drone Regulations

With armed drone proliferation from the US and UK, the EU needs a clear and transparent stance on how armed drones are to be deployed.
Ben Sullivan
3.23.17
Make this

How to Make Trout Amandine, the Greatest Dish that Smells Like Chemical Warfare

According to John Besh, the scent of "toasted almonds are the first sign of a chemical attack, and if you smell this, you'll probably be dead within 15 minutes."
Munchies Staff
3.1.17
Vice Blog

The Cyberattacks That Changed the Future of Warfare

On the season two premiere of 'CYBERWAR,' VICE reporter Ben Makuch investigates the most significant cyberattacks of our time.
VICE Staff
10.25.16
The VICE Guide to Right Now

David Petraeus Says ISIS Fighters in Mosul Are 'Dead Men Walking'

We sat down with the retired four-star general and former head of the CIA to discuss why the fight to retake Mosul is so important to ending ISIS's hold on Iraq on this episode of 'VICE News Tonight.'
VICE Staff
10.19.16
war

‘Classified Historical Films’ You Can Now Request From the Pentagon

"Peacetime Governmental Detention," "Nuclear Warfare at Sea," and "Electronic Intelligence Research Techniques" are among the classified films the Pentagon will now consider releasing.
Jason Koebler
5.3.16
Stuff

Soldiers Have Used Drugs to Enhance Their Killing Capabilities in Basically Every War

In his new book 'Shooting Up,' the Polish historian Lukasz Kamienski traces the history of drugs in warfare, from the Viking berserkers to the Mumbai attacks.
Oscar Rickett
4.11.16
Deep Ass Questions

Belieber-Directioner Deathmatch: Who Will Win the Greatest Pop Music Battle of Our Generation?

Justin Bieber and One Direction released new albums on the same day. Who will come out on top?
Craig Jenkins
Al Shipley
11.13.15
Art

In This Game You Play a Drone Pilot, Then a Drone Target

'Killbox' sets out to explore the anxieties and inhumanity of drone warfare.
Edwin Evans-Thirlwell
10.8.15
All Fronts

China's Drone Army Is Beginning to Look a Lot Like the US's

Is China inheriting the US's drone wars? It certainly seems so.
Tim Maughan
9.17.15
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