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The Army is looking for technology that will let soldiers see through walls
The tech should also be able to create 3D maps of structures to detect hidden rooms, passages, and more.
Constant deployments broke the Air Force’s B-1 fleet. Now the service is facing a major bomber shortfall
The constant deployments broke the B-1 fleet. It's no longer a question of if, but when the Air Force and Congress will send the aircraft to the Boneyard. But Air...
Army to put field manuals in audiobook form for soldiers who don’t read good
Finally, you can listen to field manuals while you're driving, or working out.
The scooter-riding youths of Austin are proving to be key to Army modernization
"These are kids that ride scooters to the Capital Factory. Really interesting group of people."
The Humvee isn’t going anywhere anytime soon, Army Secretary says
"The Humvee is a very capable light truck. It's very versatile, it allows us to perform a range of missions," Secretary of the Army Mark Esper said. "Like we like...
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
The Air Force’s Largest Plane Is Ready Own The Skies For Decades After 17 Years Of Upgrades
Lockheed Martin said earlier this month that the last of 52 upgraded C-5M Super Galaxy cargo planes had been delivered … Continued
Inside Mattis’ $2.5 Billion Plan To Make America’s Infantry Deadlier Than Ever
Editor’s Note: This article by Matthew Cox originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and veteran community. Retired Marine infantry … Continued
The B-52’s Devastating New Weapons Upgrade Is Already Kicking Ass In The Middle East
The B-52 Stratofortress may be old enough to buy a senior ticket at the movies, but the legendary long-range strategic … Continued
The US Military Is Unprepared For The Future Of War. Here’s How To Repair And Rebuild It
At his 1993 Confirmation as Director of the CIA, James Woolsey observed that “we have slain a large [Soviet] dragon, but we … Continued
The Army’s New Modernization Program Could Be The Branch’s Biggest Shakeup Since The Vietnam War
The Army has used the Association of the U.S. Army's 2017 annual conference to outline a major new modernization program — … Continued
VA Secretary Announces Big Changes To Unsuck VA’s Electronic Health Records
In a mystery-shrouded press conference at the Department of Veterans Affairs this morning, VA Secretary Dr. David Shulkin announced that … Continued
How The Air Force Plans To Keep The Legendary B-52 Stratofortress Flying For 100 Years
That the B-52 Stratofortress is still in service for the U.S. Air Force is something of a minor miracle. Designed … Continued
Army May Have to Buy More JLTVs to Replace Humvees
Editor’s Note: This article by Matthew Cox originally appeared on Military.com, the premier source of information for the military and … Continued
The Army’s Tanks And Guns Are Falling Behind
The Army’s primary ground combat weapons such as tanks and cannons are old, growing outdated and, in some cases, being … Continued