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Articles tagged "military"
The Arctic is melting, so Obama is sending the military north.
Reportedly, the drone was about five miles off the coast of Haifa before it was shot down by a missile launched from an F-16.
Not only does Iraq have to deal with the physical toll of a decade-plus of war, it's also been left with a huge, and ongoing, health crisis.
The ship ran aground on January 17th, and it wasn't until March 29 that salvage teams finally were able to remove the 223-foot ship after sectioning it on the reef.
The Navy's stayed vague about what exactly these aqua-drones will do, but common sense suggests it could be something violent.
There’s a little bit of the Soviet empire left in the middle of the Czech Republic, but it’s abandoned, decaying, and almost completely forgotten.
There are golden rules for making a successful fighter plane and the F-35 has broken all of them.
Big Dog didn't get a gun or a laser or anything like that, though. It got a really strong arm, and somehow that's more startling.
The future won't be decided by how many tanks we've got, but by how smart our programmers are.
But for now it hasn't. Maybe.
Come to think of it, a used rocket launcher would make an excellent potato gun.
The Doctor Behind the Army's Psychedelic Manhattan Project Has Some Regrets (Weed Isn't One of Them)
Ketchum also apparently did some pretty questionable things to cats during his early years as an Army doctor.
Even though the last one failed, North Korea sees no downside to rattling more sabres.
Drones over Instagram.
When video games get too real.
The Cold War is over, but Russia's not acting like it.
Try to steal a helicopter now.
The United States is having a really hard time figuring out what to do with Syria.
It’s remained unclear just how crucial unmanned spy- and kill-drones were in making sense of the ambush, and then securing the compound, as it all went down in real time. As it turns out, very.
President Obama was on top of his game at Monday night's presidential debate. In their last primetime meeting before election day, Obama walked circles around his challenger Mitt Romney on everything from the government's progress in the war on terro…
Having whole-heartedly employed "drones":http://motherboard.vice.com/2012/6/20/who-the-hell-knows-how-many-civilians-drones-have-killed for air strikes, the U.S. military is now embarking on a project to put autonomous robots on the ground to serve a…