The US Central Command's Twitter and YouTube accounts were compromised.
The U.S.'s newest military drone could someday transport troops or wounded soldiers.
A directed-energy gun is now authorized for use in Persian Gulf.
Similar to playing a video game, service members can train on digital versions of real world equipment or on virtual landscapes.
In the future, the U.S. military may deploy swarms of underwater, surface and flying robotic vehicles to defend themselves against a hostile force.
Cephlapods are dexterous underwater, have the ability to camouflage, have well-developed vision, muscular arms, sensory suction cups and a soft body.
A battery-powered device could give soldiers horizontal lift to move them faster with less sweat. Continue reading →
Researchers have used graphene -- an atom-thick sheet of carbon -- as a sensor that can detect energetic T-rays. Continue reading →
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