50 years ago, the tone of giant monster movies began to change, reflecting a more relaxed stance on atomic annihilation.
On YouTube, “war porn” videos fetch millions of views. What are they doing to mental health?
The Defense Logistics Agency spends $40 billion a year on clothes, oil, food, parts, bullets, and everything else the military needs.
The US military shipped thousands of defective gun parts to troops, and knew it for years.
Constant Dullaart wants to raise awareness of Facebook’s increasing monopoly over our identities.
The tale of Reese and Yuri Hines, two brothers in two wars, suggests the Six Degrees of Kevin Bacon game needs a new name in the US military.
The ACTUV will be able able to spend months at sea, autonomously tracking submarines from the surface.
To defend themselves on new battlefields, the US Army believed soldiers would need a whole new class of weapon.
The “Game of Drones” was designed to explore the different ways that drones could be used for tactical and strategic effect in a conflict.