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The DoD announced it had conducted a flight test of a hypersonic glide body from the Pacific Missile Range Facility in Kauai.
The MQ-9 Reaper isn't suited to the high-end fight the service is preparing for, according to a top official.
On Friday, Army leaders attended the latest demonstration at Yuma Proving Ground of the Extended Range Cannon Artillery.
Army officials announced in January that they would restart the high-priority OMFV effort after receiving only one valid bid.
Troops may someday deploy wearing small devices to help determine their risk of developing a traumatic brain injury.
Musk ruffled feathers when he told a room full of pilots that "locally autonomous drone warfare is where it's at."
They may someday replace the V-22 Osprey tiltrotor aircraft for transport and resupply to the battlefield.
The DoD has vowed that if it cannot use artificial intelligence on the battlefield in an ethical way, it will not field it.
The system was installed aboard the Arleigh Burke-class destroyer Dewey in November, but not announced until this week.
A Sikorsky-Boeing team flew helicopter prototypes that could become the Army's next scout and assault rotorcraft.
The service has some $982.1 million in available contracts over up to a 10-year period.
Cerego's program can cut training times in half while increasing retention. It's a combination of age-old learning research...
U.S. Army budget officials have released the top 20 programs the service wants to cut to fund future modernization programs.
A consortium is studying a platform to simulate surgery, injury and patient assessment at the Naval Medical Center San Diego.
As the global race for hypersonic weapons intensifies, the U.S. just decided to abandon one of its prototype programs.
Lance Cpl. Frederick Sattler won first prize in the First Quarter Commanding General's Innovation Challenge.
The Army positions sets of APS around the world so brigade combat teams and other units can deploy rapidly.
The Navy's current minesweeping methods are slow, costly and dangerous to sailors. A new, sophisticated sonar and drone...
New photorealistic renderings of the B-21 Long Range Strike Bomber have officially landed.
The Air Force recently conducted test of the XQ-58A Valkyrie drone, taking the UAV to higher altitudes than previous tests.