The fighter exists only in mockup for now, and is expected to enter service in 2035.
No, the Nazis did not get to space.
The new facility may target U.S. submarines in the South China Sea.
It could be the future of military medicine.
A fever of stealthy swimming stingrays may seem like fiction, but it could become a very real threat.
A fate worse than death awaits military hardware recovered intact on the battlefield.
But will they fit on tanks?
The composite material offers dramatic weight savings and increased protection from shock, fires.
Raytheon’s portable directed enemy weapons keep pesky drones away.
In the future, that disembodied voice you hear could be nothing more than two lasers interacting with one another.
Some $300 million will go to the new projects.
Nazis, Soviets, and the U.S. all thought an orbiting killer satellite might not be such a bad idea.
Could marine organisms that emit light help detect submarines?
It's a good question, and one that's getting more timely.
C-130 Hercules transports could launch and recover swarms of small drones.
After spending more than $500 million, the Department of Defense is instead leaning towards a mixture of new and existing technologies.
New facilities, unusual aircraft sightings point to activity at the mysterious site. But why?
Each has built a better missile, now they’re about to join forces to build the best.
Deep learning comes to satellite imagery analysis -- at least in the civilian sector, anyway.
It may just be Iron Man’s legs, but it’s a start.
Lockheed Martin's lasers could shoot down incoming missiles, and eventually, enemy jets.
Prompt Global Strike could give the U.S. military hypersonic weapons technology.
Leave no trace.