On May 15, 1918, the U.S. Post Office officially launched the age of airmail.
Alternative powertrains are the future, but ultra low-emission diesel engines could help us clean up our act in the meantime.
How NASA’s massive crawler-transporters get millions of pounds of rocket to the launchpad one inch at a time.
Red Flag 2018 is a dry run for a war without satellite navigation.
"The plane that's a ship. The ship that's a plane."
Eight decades after its first flight, the DC-3 remains an aviation legend.
When the Air Force needed a do-anything workhorse to test a new UAV sensor pod, it looked to the past.
Turns out flying pilots at high altitudes is still biologically tricky.
Privatizing air traffic control is an idea that's been floated before, and whether it's a good idea depends on who you ask.
The stronger, faster, and much safer replacement for the popular but vulnerable Humvee is finally here. And we got to drive it.
It's the go-anywhere, do-anything flyer that's much more than a jack of all trades.
When a SWISS airliner was stranded in a northern Canadian territory in the dead of winter, engineers had to find a way to fix it.
Airplanes rules the skies, but helicopters tackle the most versatile, and often, most dangerous tasks.
The U.S. government is opening up prime spectrum for commercial use, but where does that leave the government?
History's new show about SEAL Team Six begins Wednesday, January 18.
No. But also yes.
The 35-year odyssey of the mighty Hornet.
The latest competitor in the T-X program to make the Air Force a new training jet flew this week.
How a slow, simple airplane became an icon.
Why neurological chips in humans are a long way off—if ever.
iRacing takes a meticulous approach to recreating vehicles, but real replication remains just out of reach.
A century-old race tests riders' mental and physical fortitude for six days straight.
Electromagnetic pulse weapons might be rare, but The Lone Star State is starting to take them seriously.
Here's what that could mean for the western Pacific.
Microbes love metal.
They flew, but never fought.
The old countermeasures just aren't cutting it anymore.
The old one was actually more capable.
When one size fits none.