As a final phase of its HAWC hypersonic missile program, the Defense Advanced Research Projects Agency
DARPA announced it is moving forward with plans to develop an entirely new class of flying boat for use in amphibious military operations.
The U.S. Air Force is set to be equipped with a formidable new combat-proven electronically scanned array sensor system, which will enhance both air and maritime sensing capabilities.
Lockheed Martin continues to hint that the "Darkstar" hypersonic jet in the film Top Gun: Maverick might actually exist.
Dramatic video from the Tuesday encounter between an American MQ-9 Reaper surveillance drone and a Russian fighter jet over the Black Sea.
Despite U.S. warnings, global allies appear unconcerned by the implications of adversarial airborne surveillance or unidentified aerial phenomena.
International military contractor Rafael Defense Systems has released a video of their new anti-drone Typhoon weapons platform upgrade
The DoD is helping to deliver advanced defense technology to aid Ukraine in its defense against the ongoing invasion by Russia.
The Pentagon says it has no plans to release images of a series of unidentified objects recently shot down over the U.S. and Canada.
Here are five things you probably missed about this impressive U-2 spy plane selfie with a Chinese surveillance airship.
A potentially revolutionary system designed to use human brain waves to control robot dogs is ushering in a new era of battlefield technology based on a form of AI-enhanced 'telepathy'.
On Thursday, President Biden spoke for the first time regarding a series of recent incidents involving the downing of unidentified objects detected in U.S. and Canadian airspace.
In a historic first, an AI-controlled fighter jet racked up more than 17 hours of flight time while autonomously executing advanced fighter maneuvers, including simulated aerial dogfights.
Several objects shot down over the United States and Canada within the last week remain unidentified, according to U.S. officials.
Incidents involving the shootdown of unidentified objects over North America are believed to have involved balloons carrying small payloads, officials say.
A U.F.O. shot down over Alaska on orders from President Biden raises concerns over possible surveillance efforts by adversaries like China.
XTEND, a pioneering technology company, looks to revolutionize the robotics industry by developing the next generation of human-machine teaming.
China’s outrage in response to the U.S. shoot-down of a suspected spy balloon falls limp in light of the facts.
The Pentagon is secretly developing a new program to unleash thousands of autonomous drones to dominate enemy defenses.
Russia claims it is developing a robotic tank that will be capable of destroying advanced Western battle tanks. Defense experts says that's doubtful.
A new advanced seeker designed for maritime strike missions is currently in development, according to the United States Air Force and its division responsible for development of aerospace warfighting technologies.
Ukraine has been quietly carrying out strikes deep inside Russian territory using what appears to be a mysterious new type of kamikaze drones.
Recent wargames by military experts found that a Chinese invasion of Taiwan would be an extraordinarily costly campaign that would likely end in a Chinese defeat.
The cause of an FAA system outage that grounded all U.S. domestic flights on Wednesday remains unknown, officials say.
A new line of aircraft set to be the fastest and most powerful micro VTOL air utility vehicles ever built will include a piloted “motorbike” aircraft for civilian and military applications.
Researchers behind a prototype semi-sub autonomous craft say their approach could offer commercial clients a more efficient way of transporting cargo and provide the military with a whole new type of nearly invisible autonomous spycraft.
DARPA has selected Boeing subsidiary Aurora Flight Sciences to design and possibly build a potentially game-changing X-plane.
American aerospace companies are working to develop innovative defense capabilities amidst new reports of Russia's increased use of hypersonic missiles.
The Air Force Research Laboratory is partnering with Fortune 500 defense contractor Leidos to design and develop the hypersonic Mayhem surveillance drone, the first drone designed to travel over five times faster than the speed of sound.
The FBI issued a stark warning about a "horrific increase" in children being targeted in sextortion schemes, which has already victimized thousands of youths.
Researchers have created a new long-lasting synthetic-biological material capable of absorbing impacts from supersonic projectiles that could revolutionize the future of armor.
For over a decade Russia has been talking about developing "weapons based on new physical principles." An idea that apparently has its origins in the belief of UFOs.
This week the public will finally get its first look at Northrop Grumman's B-21 Raider. Here's what we know about the world’s first sixth-generation aircraft.
Belgian researchers successfully hacked a United States government algorithm with a special theorem developed by a Canadian mathematician.
During its hasty retreat from Kherson, Russia's security services apparently left behind critical classified documents, which have now been seized by Ukraine's SBU.
A new DARPA program wants to remediate soil contaminated with explosives and aircraft fuel using bioengineered plants.
A group of Ukrainian aviation enthusiasts are raising funds for Ukraine's defense by making collectable tags from downed Russian aircraft.
North Korea reportedly fired almost two dozen missiles early on Wednesday, prompting evacuations to underground shelter facilities on South Korea’s Ulleung island.
A new quantum inertial sensor that relies on a laser and vacuum system is so small it could fit on a kitchen tabletop... and it could help navigate tomorrow's next-gen aircraft.
Recently stepping out of the shadows to become the "face of the Russia's Ukraine invasion," is "Putin's Chef," Yevgeny Prigozhin, now a threat to the House of Putin?
After seven-plus years, the United States Air Force and Northrop Grumman are finally ready to reveal their sixth-generation B-21 Raider Stealth Bomber.
A nation's fight rides on the whims Elon Musk. Is he our hero or will he inevitably be pulled by corporate interests?
An explosion tore through the Kerch bridge this morning, crippling Russia's link to occupied Crimea. Here is the latest and how this incredible attack was possibly carried out.
A rash of suspicious drone activity near German military bases training Ukrainian soldiers raises concerns over possible Russian espionage.
China just offered a rare, first close-up view of its secretive GJ-11 stealth drone, which strongly resembles the U.S.'s RQ-170.
Annexation of Ukrainian territory will do nothing to solve Moscow's military woes, including Russian industry's inability to produce military drones.
After years of testing and development, the U.S. Army is finally ready to deploy a Stryker-mounted combat laser.
A first-of-its-kind air-breathing missile has been selected by the United States Air Force to be the latest addition to its growing hypersonic arsenal.
The U.S. Intelligence Community's high-risk/high-payoff brain trust, IARPA, recently put out the word that it wants to better explore "cyberpsychological warfare."