The USAF has awarded a $400 million contract for its new Advanced Aerospace Systems Technology Research program.
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.
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 United States Space Force hopes to employ a fleet of rockets to make one-hour delivery of cargo anywhere within the world a reality.
Boeing and the RAAF have officially announced the naming of their latest AI-controlled air combat drone, the MQ-28A Ghost Bat.
Retired USAF officers have reported UAP in close proximity to military sites for decades. It is time for congress to demand answers.
This week, we look at the Air Force Research Laboratory's plans for its new Cislunar Highway Patrol System.
Modern questions about UAP mirror what was being debated seventy years ago during Project Sign, the first USAF study of the phenomenon.
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.
The USAF is planning on taking the F-22 Raptor out of its lineup by 2030, despite being its premier and second-newest fighter jet.
Few remember the USAF's early spaceplane program: the Boeing X-20 Dyna-Soar, which predated the Space Shuttle by a quarter-century.
The USAF has successfully tested its Eagle Passive Active Warning Survivability System (EPAWSS), an electronic warfare suite for the F-15 fighter.
The Pentagon's latest solar experiments aboard the X-37B, as well as a mysterious object observed by pilots recently over New Mexico, are covered in this week's Intelligence Brief.
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