A 32-ton armored vehicle can punch holes through concrete, fire rockets, and carve safe passage through minefields for soldiers.
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The weapons will counter threats from rockets, artillery, mortar, cruise missiles, and unmanned aerial vehicles. Continue reading →
Of all the armed forces, the Navy has gone furthest in its push to transition away from fossil fuels.
An ultra-thin coating renders aircraft invisible. Continue reading →
Two US F-16s fighter jets were scrambled to pursue the JLENS blimp as it floated north of Washington.
When the chopper touches down, four robotic legs automatically move to stabilize it.
A report from defense contractor Qinetiq says 3-D printing and other advanced technologies are poised to revolutionize militaries.
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