DoD shows off its first successful micro-drone swarm launch
The tiny, low-cost UAVs work as a team to collect intelligence at low altitudes.
US Army wants bullets that turn into plants over time
Projectiles and casings can take "hundreds of years" to break down.
The USS Zumwalt can't afford its own $800,000-per-round ammo
Maybe they'll use railguns instead.
The robots of war: AI and the future of combat
Before we start fighting with robots, we have to learn to trust them.
DARPA's developing a data network that connects squadrons even when jammed
DARPA's DyNAMO will be a 21st century Babelfish but only for America's combat aircraft
The Army wants to protect its bases with gun turrets, not guard towers
Remote-controlled sniper rifles and machine guns, oh my!
Pentagon shuts down Joint Chiefs' email network
The Department of Defense was forced to shut down an unclassified email system used by the Chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff after the government noticed "suspicious activity" on the system over the weekend.
ICYMI: An accident impeding big rig, hoverbikes and more
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The US military is developing Star Wars-style hoverbikes
Last time we heard from Malloy Aeronautics, it was testing hoverbike technology with a robot-carry...