The intelligence community to choose the slogan "Nothing is beyond our reach" for its latest mission. Subtle, guys.
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For military historians and archaeologists, it's the answer to a very old question about a truly influential submarine.
Wait, why will we need fighter jets in 2030?
The Predator adds a 'powerful new capability.'
DARPA is funding research into drone-mounted laser weapons. Wait, what?
Andrew Marshall foretold drones, the rise of China, and robot warfare.
Meet the people who live in Pakistan's Tribal Areas, under the eyes of American drones, and in the wake of their destruction.
DJ Roomba? More like DJ BOMB SQUAD.
The question is, when are we going to need this?
Can the Air Force get researchers to Antarctica in time to resume critical research?
The Pentagon is studying machines that can decide by themselves to kill humans.
And if other countries follow the UK's lead, it will bring cyber security policy out into the open, aligning public debate with the realities of modern war.
Boeing says it has converted six QF-16s so far.
We once lusted after flying cars. We now dream of smartwatches.
He would be more vilified than any other American scientist in the 20th century, but he always dismissed his critics as naive or unpatriotic or unaware of what science actually is.
It was good timing, as the Israeli military moved the Iron Dome battery into place outside Eilat just last month
A few good men and women are taking to the Craigslist Baghdad casual encounters section to alert the troops.
China views the unveiling of the new ship, which is the third in its class, as intentionally provocative.
But who's going to do the development?
Geography rules in eastern Afghanistan. Rugged mountains and rocky plains make it a difficult trek for people, but well-suited for donkeys and drones.
Who's going to be the first to send top secret plans via Snapchat?
Chris Cole reckons that the "Help for Heroes culture" is denying us a full public discussion about the ramifications of British drone use.