Secure returns in a risky world
Stealth fighters are deadly, effective and notoriously finicky. The exterior skin that keeps them stealthy is vulnerable to nicks and dents. And even the smallest one can render a plane…
Shoot back (with sponges)
This work takes its toll
We’re not very skilled in shipbuilding
Geographic diversification can spike sales
A pair of intriguing-and-potentially-linked robot stories made the news this week, with the first being a United Nations report calling on a moratorium for automated killing machines. The report for…
Because some countries will develop killer robots anyway.
Army bots are about to take their next big step—into full autonomy.
72andSunny and Activision ditch the laughs for a more paranoid motif.
The military branch was looking to outfit pilots with tablets, but nixed the plan.
The wing operations officer talks call signs, close calls and finding your true calling.
It can be boiled down to three things: freedom, opportunity and surplus.
It’s not just old, aerospace giants that have long and storied connections to the Pentagon. Big, new companies such as Google also have very close ties.
Designing tomorrow’s war machines isn’t just for contractors anymore. The U.S. military will be looking at mockups submitted by the general public.
On the art of triage, facing death and the similarities between soldiers and spaghetti.