The US military is testing water-penetrating bullets so Navy SEALs can shoot from underwater

A new weapon being tested by the U.S. military could give special operators a more lethal edge by allowing them to shoot underwater, according to Defense One.


Inside the Army's quest for a revolutionary new bullet

As Army weapons officials near the end of a bold effort to arm close-combat units with Next Generation Squad Weapons, new details have emerged about the program's elusive 6.8mm ammo, designed to pierce enemy body armor


The Marine Corps is eyeing this lightweight polymer ammo for its 'Ma Deuce' .50 cal machine guns

The Marine Corps is currently negotiating an indefinite delivery, indefinite quantity contract with Mississippi-based defense contractor MAC LLC to evaluate and test the company's lightweight MK 323 Mod 0 polymer ammo, Marine Corps Systems Command spokesman Manny Pacheco told Task & Purpose


The Army is stockpiling ammo ahead of its​ next big fight

The head of Army Materiel Command said recently that he is putting a high priority on munitions readiness to make sure Army units are prepared for the next war