DARPA has announced it is developing a new variety of microelectronic sensors capable of maintaining high bandwidth and high-dynamic range even in the hottest environments.
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Dramatic video from the Tuesday encounter between an American MQ-9 Reaper surveillance drone and a Russian fighter jet over the Black Sea.
A look at the dark online world of incels, an online community of mostly young men who share extreme views based on their perception of being unable to attract women sexually.
Currently, the U.S. military is testing an ultra-endurance stratospheric drone capable of flying continuously for months without refueling...
A search is said to be underway for the Russian soldier seen torturing and castrating a Ukrainian prisoner...
The world's longest submarine recently entered the shadowy fleet of Russia's "other," highly-secretive navy.
Separatist fighters from the so-called Luhansk People’s Republic (LNR) were apparently abandoned by commanders and then detained by...
On Monday, a senior official from the U.S. Defense Department said Russia’s military continues to struggle with low...
This week's newsletter focuses on recent statements by U.S. Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff General Mark Milley, and why he believes the war in Ukraine represents a threat to the global international security order.
All indications point to Ukrainian forces having defeated Russia’s initial military campaign by week four of its invasion. ...
In the early morning hours, Ukrainian president Volodymyr Zelensky made an impassioned televised plea to the citizens of...
The U.S. Air Force and its component organizations have detected and tracked thousands of UAP from 2004 to 2021... but you wouldn't know that from their official statements on the subject.
Studies have shown that if the U.S. military was its own country, it would be the top global emitter of greenhouse gasses.
Nuclear weapons are the most destructive devices the world is ever known, and shockingly, the U.S. military has a habit of losing them.
Former intelligence agent Luis Elizondo joins Chrissy Newton on The Debrief's 'Rebelliously Curious" to talk about UAP over nuclear sites.
Famous Chef Julia Child was known for bringing French cuisine to America, but she also helped the Navy and the OSS develop shark repellent.
The Air Force is sending more than two dozen F-22 stealth fighters to Guam, near the South China Sea, for Operation Pacific Iron 2021.
A report urges the United States Space Force to prepare for action in space, which may become the next point of global military interest.
The US Army had a Camel Corps, and it was successful. However, Congress and the Confederacy got in the way, and the US got stuck with horses.
The United States Navy has officially abandoned the development of its hypersonic railgun after more than a decade of development.
DARPA's Gremlins program is developing reusable air-launched drones that could carry small bombs and could raise some serious hell.
China is emboldened and building up its forces, so its neighbors have begun funding deterrence and defense programs in reaction to China's rise.
The U.N. report says a drone used by Libya’s government was “programmed to attack targets" with a "true ‘fire, forget and find’ capability.”
One of the more odd episodes in military technological history is the 20th-century venture into the "manned torpedo." What were we thinking?
To make way for the upcoming B-21 bomber “Raider,” two of the US Air Force’s three strategic bombers...
The Navy has announced plans to decommission its first two Littoral Combat Ships. Instead of upgrades, the ships are being mothballed.
A third suspected case of “Havana Syndrome” may have occurred on U.S. soil, igniting concerns that more attacks could occur.
Scientists in South Korea have developed a 'skin' that adapts to its environment, and can make anything, including soldiers, invisible.
As AI is used on the battlefield, poor internet access in remote areas can cause it to fail. Can Starlink internet solve this issue?
UAV "Motherships," owning the market share, and a global hold on technology. The Drone is the future and the Chinese are winning the war.
A recent U.S. DARPA initiative seeks innovative research submissions to aid in developing jetpack technology.
Alongside the US Space Force and German space command, France’s space force conducted its first military drills in...
The National Security Commission on Artificial Intelligence (NSCAI) says the U.S. is unprepared to compete with China in the coming AI era.
Spirit AeroSystems is leading a team to develop a prototype of the UK's first crewless fighter aircraft, dubbed "Loyal Wingman."
This week's newsletter covers the inauguration of President Biden, his cabinet picks and defense strategy, and what the new administration's attitudes toward the UAP issue may be.
China has announced it is building new aircraft carriers and increasing her naval power. Does this represent an increasing threat?
Nuclear energy in space, a global space alliance proposal by the EU and the Space Force’s current public relations issues are all topics in this week's Intelligence Brief.
DARPA is developing night-vision technology that uses a single lens making a set of goggles no bigger than a pair of glasses.
Russia is developing a 'drone killer' that will be able to hunt down and destroy lethal enemy drones to fill a major gap in their air defense.
The Arachne spacecraft is scheduled for launch in 2024. It is built to capture solar energy, convert it and then transmit that power to Earth.
A trio of recent announcements in December indicate that the US military is investing in robotic combat vehicles and AI fighter aircraft.
Europe may be technologically poised to lead the world in defense against future hypersonic missiles via its space-based TWISTER program.
As the U.S. Space Force nears its first anniversary, the plan is to expand from 2,400 active-duty troops to 6,400 by the end of 2021.
Last week, the Army announced that two prototype tanks jockeying to be America’s light armored vehicle of the...
Space Force has released its new "Origins" video, and we’ve got to admit: America’s cosmic defense force is starting to look a little more badass.
The global race for hypersonic flight continues to heat up. Presently, the United States, Russia, China, Australia, India,...
Mount Everest is now two feet taller, and as The Debrief team also continues to grow, we look at developments in the world of defense in this week's Intelligence Brief.