Task & Purpose had a chance to ask Merritt what it's like to fly the Apache during a gun run, what shenanigans he and his guys got up to downrange, and about that one time he almost got busted for ...
During World War II, few working on the Manhattan Project to develop the atomic bomb had a good understanding of the effect of nuclear radiation. Before 1963, it was common to conduct nuclear tests ...
The FWS-I and ENVG-III make the whole process of moving, shooting, and communicating at night, or in difficult to see situations, easier, a lot easier.
But what exactly is the new “advanced software and hardware” that the manufacturer is touting? Here’s What You Need to Remember: While the design and dimensions of the A-50U are still based off the Il ...
But what about the Pentagon’s plan for a fast-emerging modern Army specifically intended to be more expeditionary, deployable, and air-empowered?
It remains unclear how many S-500’s will enter service, and how quickly, beyond this initially reported shipment of ten systems.
Biden's current Serb-centric policy does not send a good message to the Bosnian- and Albanian-American communities in key swing congressional districts ahead of the mid-term elections.
International relations scholars and historians haven’t gotten everything right, but their voices are underrepresented at the principals level in Washington.
Here's What You Need to Remember: Ultimately, the country with the more advanced AI-enabled sensors, long-range weapons and surface-to-air-to-undersea networking would destroy the other.
AUDS uses a vehicle-mounted mast equipped with antennas, sensors and electronic warfare weapons. The system uses software to “fuse” sensor input from radar and cameras or electro-optical sensors.