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The Air Force is experimenting with a brand new way to put warheads on foreheads
The Air Force is continuing to experiment with delivering munitions on pallets thrown from the back of cargo aircraft as a way to turn transports into munitions trucks that provide additional strike capacity during a potential future conflict
The Pentagon used a hypersonic bullet to shoot down a mock cruise missile for the first time
The U.S. military's vaunted hypervelocity projectile (HVP) just took major step towards knocking incoming cruise missiles out of the sky
Iran unveils new ballistic missile named after general killed in US drone strike earlier this year
Iran on Thursday unveiled a new intermediate-range ballistic missile named after Maj. Gen. Qasem Soleimani, the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps commander who was killed in a U.S. drone strike earlier this year
How the US is going all out in its effort to outmaneuver and out-missile China in the Pacific
"The Americans are coming back strongly," said one expert on U.S. efforts to counter China's huge lead in land-based cruise and ballistic missiles.
The Navy wants lasers to shoot down drones and missiles, but its ships lack the power to fire them
'We are out of Schlitz with regard to power ... we don't have as much' extra for additional functions"
Russian nuclear submarine aborts ballistic missile test
Russian officials denied reports that the failure led to an "emergency situation."
Russia is planning a major test of its ballistic and cruise missile systems
The exercise, from Oct. 15-17, will involve around 12,000 military personnel, as well as nuclear bombers, surface ships and submarines
The Pentagon is preparing evidence to support its claims of a growing military threat from Iran
The Pentagon is working with its Defense Intelligence Agency to declassify and release images — including two traditional sailing vessels carrying land-attack missiles — to back up the Trump administration's claims of a growing threat from Iran, according to four defense officials
The US is starting to build once-banned cruise missiles for the first time since the Cold War
The Pentagon reportedly plans to restart the manufacturing process for once-banned ground-launched cruise missiles as a Cold War-era arms agreement with Russia crumbles, Aviation Week reports
US Ambassador To NATO Suggests Military Could ‘Take Out’ Russian Missiles
The U.S. ambassador to NATO, Kay Bailey Hutchison, says that the United States could “take out” Moscow’s intermediate range missiles...
France Had Some Issues Firing Ze Missiles During The Syria Strikes
While U.S. and UK forces pummeled three suspected chemical weapons sites across Syria, the French military reportedly had some issues...
US Coalition Hints It Might Still Be In Contact With Russian Forces In Syria
A spokesman for the military coalition against ISIS hinted today that the U.S. is still in touch with Russian forces...