This week's Intelligence Brief newsletter examines the Pentagon's recent statements on whether China plans to provide lethal aid to Russia.
A group of Ukrainian aviation enthusiasts are raising funds for Ukraine's defense by making collectable tags from downed Russian aircraft.
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.
On Monday, a senior official from the U.S. Defense Department said Russia’s military continues to struggle with low...
Modern questions about UAP mirror what was being debated seventy years ago during Project Sign, the first USAF study of the phenomenon.
Is the USAF beginning to show serious concern regarding the UAP issue? It could be that the tide is finally turning.
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.
With Secretary of Defense Lloyd Austin testing positive for COVID 19, we look at how the coronavirus has remained a challenge to U.S. national security.
Studies have shown that if the U.S. military was its own country, it would be the top global emitter of greenhouse gasses.
Taiwan’s military has recently revealed a powered exoskeleton suit that its soldiers can use in the future during wartime or humanitarian missions.
Russian President Vladimir Putin issued a warning to NATO earlier this week that Ukraine could be the next target of Russia’s new arsenal of hypersonic weapons.
A mysterious sonic boom rattled residents in parts of coastal Southern California on Monday, leading many to believe...
This week, we examine Russia's aspirations for the country’s new state armament program, and how this relates to unidentifed aerial threats.
5G may be able to be used in ways similar to how radar functions, by creating images based on how the carrier waves bounce off objects or people.
Nuclear weapons are the most destructive devices the world is ever known, and shockingly, the U.S. military has a habit of losing them.
The history of war is tied to that of science, and gunpowder is an essential part of our development. What if it wasn't?
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 United States Navy has officially abandoned the development of its hypersonic railgun after more than a decade of development.
The VZ-1 Pawnee "flying platform" was an idea that, upon reflection, seems silly. However, the US Army thought it was the future of warfare.
The Pentagon is planning for extended military operations in the Pacific, in response to growing concerns about military threats from China.
A recent RAND study says that the risks associated with a hypothetical "Day Without Space" may be exaggerated, and even impossible in some instances.
One of the more odd episodes in military technological history is the 20th-century venture into the "manned torpedo." What were we thinking?
A group of Finnish researchers have built a simple device that can allow humans to hear in the ultrasonic range.
A recent memorandum issued by Deputy Defense Secretary Kathleen H. Hicks outlined plans that aim to transform the Defense Department “into a data-centric organization.”
As AI is used on the battlefield, poor internet access in remote areas can cause it to fail. Can Starlink internet solve this issue?
With hopes of improving the training of future U.S. military leaders, researchers at Purdue University have developed a...
DARPA edges closer to its dream of having 250 AI drones for urban warfare environments.