Featured by David Axe, The National Interest
The F-35 has a new problem that won’t be easy to solve
The U.S. military's growing fleet of F-35 stealth fighters will fall short of the 80 percent readiness goal that former Defense Secretary James Mattis instituted, former Secretary of the Army...
3 years after an embarrassing incident with Iran, the Navy’s riverine squadrons are ready for a rematch
The 2016 naval incident was embarrassing to the U.S. Navy and its new river patrol force. Three years later, the riverine squadrons have new Mark VI boats and a new...
The Joint Chiefs of Staff published, then quickly deleted, its new nuclear doctrine
The Joint Chiefs of Staff briefly published the Pentagon's official doctrine on the use of nuclear weapons before quickly pulling the document — Joint Publication 3-72, Nuclear Operations — from...
New Report Says China’s Military Could Dominate by 2049
The Chinese military is working on becoming technically superior to the U.S. military by 2049.
NATO fears Russian GPS jamming during a conflict in Europe. The Army might have a solution
The Army is planning to test jam-resistant GPS systems in Europe as a potential step toward countering Russian electronic warfare
The F-35 is about to become the Air Force’s ultimate enemy
If you want to beat stealth, you need to fight stealth
The Navy’s newest aircraft carrier won’t be able to deploy with the service’s newest warplane
The U.S. Navy's newest aircraft carrier won't be able to deploy with the service's newest warplane. At least not at first — and Congress is unhappy about that
British Royal Marines just stormed a beach with robot tanks for backup for the first time
Alpha Company of the Royal Marines' 40 Commando and their robot guardians stormed a beach in Cornwall in southwest England as part of Exercise Commando Warrior
The Navy’s ‘Little Crappy Ship’ is officially a complete failure
Just six littoral combat ships were deployable in 2019, a low readiness rate calls into question the wisdom of the Navy's investment in the type
Why the most important use of robotic warships has nothing to do with surface warfare, according to a former Navy officer
The U.S. Navy should consider using robot surface vessels to shuttle supplies from ship to shore in the aftermath of an amphibious assault by U.S. Marines, a retired Navy officer...
There’s a ‘private’ air force in Texas the US military desperately needs
A private company in Texas has acquired scores of old French fighter jets to expand its adversary operation, which simulates the "red air" enemy force in U.S. and allied war...
The Coast Guard is finally getting its first new heavy icebreaker in 4 decades
The U.S. Coast Guard on April 23, 2019 tapped VT Halter Marine, Inc. to build, for $750 million, the service's first new heavy icebreaker in four decades.
Trump’s nominee to lead EUCOM fears US forces in Europe are still outgunned compared to Russia
Gen. Tod Wolters, the commander of U.S. Air Forces in Europe and Air Forces Africa and President Donald Trump's nominee to lead U.S. European Command, argues that "you always want...
The Army is eyeing a robot fighting vehicle to replace the M2 Bradley
The Army has begun shopping around for a robotic armored vehicle that can replace some of the branch's old M-2 Bradley manned fighting vehicles
A new scout helicopter will replace half the Army’s Apache fleet
Undeterred by decades of failure, the U.S. Army is trying again to acquire a new scout helicopter
The Navy may scrap a half-dozen of its largest surface combatants
The U.S. Navy is proposing soon to decommission six of its 22 Ticonderoga-class cruisers. The 1980s-vintage ships, the largest surface combatants in the U.S. fleet, increasingly are suffering structural problems...
Here’s your first look at the Army’s new M1 Abrams variant
The U.S. Army has revealed its newest tank
The company behind the AK-47 just unveiled a new kamikaze drone
Suicide drones aren't just for terror groups anymore.
11 Russian bombers flew a mock attack on a Norwegian radar site in early 2018
Eleven Russian bombers in early 2018 flew a mock attack on a Norwegian radar site, Lt. Gen. Morten Haga Lunde, the director of Norway's intelligence service, revealed in early February...
How the Air Force plans on keeping the B-52 dropping warheads on foreheads for 100 years
Sixty-seven years after the U.S. Air Force received its last B-52 from Boeing, the flying branch finally has firmed up plans to fit the heavy bomber with new engines
Why the Army is outgunned in Europe compared to Russia
In 2016 RAND war-gamed a Russian invasion of the Baltics. In RAND's scenario, the Russian forces quickly overrun lightly-armed NATO forces. The Western alliance quickly deploys helicopters and air-mobile troops...
Photos Of Russia’s New Stealth Drone Just Leaked. Here’s What You Should Know
In contrast to the Kremlin's previous, abortive effort to field a killer drone, this latest effort appears likely to produce a useful, front-line aircraft
The Navy Is On The Hunt For Robot Warships
Cheaper to build than today ship's and expendable, the unmanned vessels could help the Navy quickly to grow — and could allow the fleet to develop new tactics for battling...
North Korea Could Have 100 Nuclear Warheads By 2020, Report Says
By 2020 North Korea could possess as many as 100 nuclear warheads, according to a January 2019 report from the RAND Corporation
Here’s How A Conventional War Between NATO And Russia Could Go Down
A non-nuclear war between NATO and Russia could pit bombers, aircraft carriers and submarines against each other along Europe's cold northern … Continued