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How Bentley took over and transformed a World War II air base
A site steeped in history is now a rough-and-tumble test track for luxury cars.
This high-tech gunsight could allow soldiers to shoot around corners, Matrix-style
The system includes an AR display, and it's designed to attach to a traditional rifle, like an M4 carbine.
How North Korea’s cruise missiles could surprise its enemies
The DPRK recently tested cruise missiles, which can sneak up all too easily on a target by hugging the terrain below.
The US Navy launched a missile from a ghost ship. Wait, what?
The uncrewed ship is called the USV Ranger, and it's part of the Ghost Fleet Overlord program.
Singapore’s new robot cops will focus on small-time crime
Machines like these, called Xavier, may ultimately just be mobile extensions of surveillance systems.
The Air Force’s chief software officer quit because its technology was so bad
Cybersecurity is not looking great these days.
Russia wants to launch little drones off of other drones off of ships
The concept, from a Russian equivalent to DARPA, involves flying machines acting like airborne runways for other drones that can then conduct surveillance.
Check out the futuristic turrets US tanks might sport
Armored vehicles could someday have more powerful guns, plus German-engineered turrets that can automatically track targets.
The Barracuda puts a wild spin on aircraft design
This fascinating tilt-rotor is one of many contenders to carry out missions such as rescuing downed Air Force pilots.
Fighter pilots, meet your AR adversaries
Air Force aviators could soon be training against synthetic enemies—aircraft generated by the augmented-reality display in front of them.