Seventeen years since retiring its last tank capable of air drop, the U.S. Army is in the early stages of developing a new one.
Spotted near airforce bases, these curious painted asphalt patterns are Cold War artifacts.
The government research agency says it will spend $150 million to develop a fast airplane that can take off and land like a helicopter.
The new Ground Combat Vehicle weighs twice as much as the tank it's designed to replace, and it's massive enough to survive a roadside bomb.
The tongue-mounted invention may help soldiers rebuild neural connections after traumatic brain injury.
A new report links a major spree of business hacking to a single unit of the Chinese army. Here's what the new era of spying means for cyberdefense.
With budget cuts looming, the DHS could replace some of its military aircraft with easier-to-maintain commercial planes.
Once seen as the future of surveillance, the Long-Endurance Multi-Intelligence Vehicle has been terminated, InsideDefense.com reports. Is the military airship revival drawing to a close?
A new medal for drone pilots raises questions about heroism and how combat is experienced.
While most of the US military is bracing itself for the belt-tightening that will come with scheduled budget cuts, Cyber Command is looking to expand, going from 900 members at present to an expected several thousand.
Obama talked about the need for cyberdefense during the State of the Union Address last night. It's high time: America has been playing offense for years, now it's time to play defense.
Right next to the helpfully named "Nuclear Test Rd."
The United States uses a whole arsenal of tools to carry out the targeted killing policy detailed in a recent DOJ memo. Why is everyone focusing on drones?
The DoD's track record shooting missiles from the sky with laser beams is checkered at best, but DARPA is nonetheless taking a new 150-kilowatt energy beam into trials.
Functional MRI could reveal which dogs are best suited to a life of military service.