The war in Afghanistan proved that we can't just rely on new technology, but the Pentagon wouldn't listen—and troops paid the price.
Countering the destruction of ISIS with impermanent sculptures and undeletable files.
Brian Castner, a former US military bomb tech, said "The Hurt Locker" got it only partly right.
Project Mosul is reconstructing Iraq’s demolished heritage thanks to crowdsourcing and 3D modelling.
The Call of Duty Endowment, a non-profit created by Activision, seeks to place unemployed veterans into meaningful employment.
Commandos might've rode horses in Afghanistan, they're getting new covert bikes for the future.
They're not exploding turkey deep fryers anymore.
Just another piece of war tech the insurgents are wielding.
They say it’s because the press can’t tell the difference between civilians and ISIS.
Apache helicopters and new assault rifles are on their list of things to get.