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Inside the intense training airmen go through to fly the largest ski-plane in the world
"You couldn’t see your hand in front of your face it was so bad."
The Navy is testing a GPS-like device that doesn’t require satellites
“The future is extremely bright for this line of research."
50-mile winds and bone-chilling temperatures: Welcome to the military’s Arctic survival school
"If you don’t have the right training, the Arctic environment will kill you."
Coast Guard icebreaker returns to Arctic for first time in 38 years to counter Russia
"I told the crew we were trading our penguins for polar bears and the northern lights."
A Navy submariner explains the fine art of smashing through Arctic ice
"Due to under-ice operations, you can't be moving forward. You have to go up at zero speed and straight to the ice."
US and Canadian fighter jets intercepted Russian reconnaissance planes as they lurked over a submarine exercise in the Arctic
Two Russian Tu-142 maritime reconnaissance aircraft were intercepted by US and Canadian aircraft as they entered the Alaskan Air Defense Identification Zone off the coast of Alaska on Monday
The Russian military forcibly conscripted an anti-Kremlin activist and stationed him in the Arctic
In a move straight out of Joseph Stalin's playbook, the Russian military has forcibly conscripted an anti-Kremlin activist and sent him to serve in the Arctic Circle
Russia tests hypersonic missile in Arctic
Russia's MiG-31K interceptor jet carried out a test of the Kinjal (Dagger) hypersonic missile in Russia's part of Arctic earlier this month, TASS new agency reported on Saturday, citing two military sources.
A Russian navy boat was reportedly attacked and sunk by a walrus in the Arctic
In a kind of odd man-versus-nature moment, a Russian navy boat was attacked and sunk by a walrus during an expedition in the Arctic
The Pentagon is reportedly getting serious about electronic warfare
The Department of Defense is ramping up its focus on electronic warfare in response to the capabilities showcased by the Russian military in recent years
A harness-wearing whale that keeps head-butting ships in the Arctic Circle could be a Russian military asset, Norwegian scientists say
Scientists in Norway say that a harness-wearing beluga whale found harassing fishermen off the northern coast of Norway is likely a tool of the Russian military
Coast Guard Passed On Arctic Exercise Amid Fears Its Garbage Icebreaker Would Require Russia’s Help
Countries are jockeying for position as the changing climate makes the Arctic more amenable to shipping and natural-resource extraction. Conditions...
Marines Are Training Hard In Alaska To Prepare For The Next ‘Big-Ass Fight’
The U.S. military has been shifting its focus to preparing for a potential great-power conflict, changing how it uses its...
Army Looking At New Arctic Footwear That Could Replace ‘Mickey Mouse/ Bunny Boots’
The Army will test three types of overboots this winter as potential replacement for the extreme cold winter boots lovingly...
Does Putin Have A Long-Range Climate Change Strategy?
I’m an older British veteran, living in America, teaching younger American veterans about climate change and about renewable energy, which...
Russia Is Mopping The Floor With The US In The Arctic, And It’s Downright Embarrassing
Coast Guard Adm. Paul Zukunft has once again appeared before Congress to basically beg for a scrap or two so...
The Pentagon Has A 3-Part Plan To Beat Climate Change. Here’s What’s Missing
The Department of Defense released what it is calling a “Climate Change Adaptation Roadmap” on Monday; a guide on how...