The international fleet gathered for U.S. Navy-led exercises is being watched by an uninvited visitor.
The fighter exists only in mockup for now, and is expected to enter service in 2035.
The X-58A is planned as a “loyal wingman” to manned combat aircraft.
U.S. special operations forces helped rescue the trapped boys’ soccer team.
The unmanned Hawkeye aircraft was destroyed before it could become a safety threat.
These cups don't come cheap.
The “Hunter” drone is a “sixth generation” advanced strike aircraft.
Northrop Grumman and Lockheed Martin could be headed for a showdown in Tokyo.
The water-repellent coating should make submarines and other ships more fuel efficient, faster, and quieter.
The alliance prepared for a future war when real air bases were smashed into bits.
The 1970s Backfire bomber could get a new lease on life by carrying hypersonic weaponry.
It's probably best to be skeptical about this alleged wonder weapon.
Seventy years after the sighting that started it all, what are unidentified flying objects and where do they come from?
A replacement for the M2 Bradley is next on the Army’s list of priorities
But 52 ships, 18 armies, and 26 countries are participating in this year’s RIMPAC.
The Joint Air Ground Missile will launch from helicopters, smash tanks, boats, virtually anything worth smashing.
The American-made SM-2 air defense missile failed to clear its own silo.
The A-29 was part of a Pentagon project to field a fleet of light attack planes.
It can’t kill tanks anymore, but it still looks like it can.
The move could be a precursor to a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier.
A new wing mount would mean the B-52 could carry the Mother of All Bombs, or a lot of smaller ones.
The tires transform is just two seconds and the vehicles doesn't have to stop.
The key is taking care of them.
One has experience building modern fighters, the other does not.
BAE Systems has won a contract to provide a swimming ground combat vehicle.
The submarine, never built, would have been smaller than other subs and a mothership to drones.
The laser strikes follow reported incidents in Djibouti by Chinese military personnel.
And then, of course, there’s North Korea to think about.
The paintballs are filled with a military-grade irritant, making them a non-lethal weapon.