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The stealth helicopters used in the 2011 raid on Osama bin Laden are still cloaked in mystery
A decade since the mission, here's what we know about those helicopters—and stealth aircraft in general.
New Details Emerge On The Surveillance Technology Used To Hunt Osama Bin Laden
All the technology in the world doesn't beat a knock on the door.
Supercomputer Reads the News to Successfully Forecast World Events
Nipping at the heels of yesterday’s story about the software that automatically writes news articles comes another technological innovation changing … Continued
How a College Class Tracked Down Osama Bin Laden
Hunting the world's most wanted man for school credit
Today’s Must-Read: Getting Bin Laden, Minute-by-Minute
“Getting Bin Laden,” published in this week’s New Yorker and online today, has all the trappings of a Hollywood espionage … Continued
Every Six Hours, the NSA Gathers as Much Data as Is Stored in the Entire Library of Congress
The National Security Agency is, by nature, an extreme example of the e-hoarder. And as the governmental organization responsible for … Continued
Did the Secret ‘Beast of Kandahar’ Drone Provide Aerial Recon for SEAL Team Six?
For more than a year we’ve been posting grainy images of the Air Force’s RQ-170 Sentinel stealth drone, also known … Continued
The Helicopter That Crashed in the Bin Laden Raid Was a Secret Stealth Helicopter
It’s not uncommon for U.S. military forces to destroy an aircraft downed in a foreign land, but U.S. Special Forces … Continued
Before the Raid, SEALs Rehearsed in a Full-Scale Replica of the Bin Laden Compound
The anonymous team behind the assassination, and how it went down
US Government Archived Bin Laden’s Sister’s Brain For DNA Comparison
It’s predictable that the U.S. government, not leaving anything to chance, used DNA to identify Osama Bin Laden’s body. What … Continued