In the absence of a more specific official policy, Motherboard asked US air power experts what they think the president-elect should do to improve the military's flying branch.
Scientists now know why some soldiers come back from war with severe depression, not only PTSD.
Playing as the Soviets in the 1979–1989 war in Afghanistan, I stumbled into a Mujahideen boobytrap and never recovered.
The last time the Army got a ton of money, it blew much of it on poorly-planned, sloppily-executed technology programs.
His call for the biggest build-up of the US Navy in 30 years would cost hundreds of billions of dollars at a time when he's vowed to also cut taxes.
Lockheed Martin is now lobbying his transition team.
Battlefield theory meets cybersecurity.
In October, American forces in the Middle East had at least two aircraft capable of jamming radio signals used by insurgents to trigger bombs on the ground.
Ukrainian tank crews may soon view the battlefield virtually.
Sporting more than a dozens antennas, the jet’s main job is to orbit above or near the battlefield and scoop up enemy communications chatter.