US worries Russia would cut undersea data cables in a conflict
Russia is positioning subs and ships near undersea internet cables, and that's making US officials nervous.
America's drone strike program needs a low-tech fix
The drone program was supposed to be a "scalpel" that could cleanly excise terrorists with minimal collateral damage. What we got was mosquito hunting with a shotgun.
The Intercept publishes massive leak on America's drone strike program
This is big, folks. Like, Snowden-level big.
US Army's new anti-drone gun blasts UAVs from a kilometer away
"It's unbelievable how much it's exploded," said Manfredi Luciano, project officer for the Enhanced Area Protection and Survivability Army Technology Objective
The Army wants to protect its bases with gun turrets, not guard towers
Remote-controlled sniper rifles and machine guns, oh my!
Predator drones could soon hide under dielectric 'invisibility cloaks'
Now you see them, now you don't. Then comes the barrage of Hellfire missiles.
The Air Force will have combat lasers on its war planes by 2020
ICYMI: portable laser cannons, robotic tackling dummies, and fungus furniture
Today on In Case You Missed It, Boeing unveils a drone-destroying laser cannon the size of a tra...
Marine Corps finally declares the F-35B ready for combat
The F-35B Lightning II has passed muster with the US Marine Corps and is cleared to fly in active combat.