US Open Skies Treaty Withdrawal Endangers the World

If you were at Edwards Air Force Base in California on March 28 of this year, you might have caught a glimpse of a curious sight ndash; a fully marked but unarmed Russian Air Force Tupolev Tu-154M jet flying overhead taking pictures.

Stealth Fighter Jets: Have They Lost Their Advantage?

What if I told you that America’s era of stealth domination was coming to an end? You might say that I was being hyperbolic. Or better yet, you would proudly state that the United States has poured tens of billions of dollars into developing fifth-generation stealth fighter jets, such as the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor and F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.

What a Hypothetical War with Iran Might Look Like

In 2002, the U.S. military conducted a simulated war with Iran. Iran won.

Beyond UFOs: What Are Navy Pilots Seeing in the Skies?

Are the recent flood of U.S. Navy fighter pilot UFO sightings aliens? Or a top-secret U.S. aerospace project?

US Open Skies Treaty Withdrawal Endangers the World

Stealth Fighter Jets: Have They Lost Their Advantage?

What a Hypothetical War with Iran Might Look Like

Beyond UFOs: What Are Navy Pilots Seeing in the Skies?

Hypersonics: Lockheed Says Supply Chain Is 'The Test'

The idea of a weapon that flies faster than five times the speed of sound is still something of a wonder. But one of the top industrial experts in hypersonics, Lockheed’s Eric Scherff, says the biggest test to producing and deploying offensive hypersonic weapons will not be the technology for ultra-high-speed itself, which has been demonstrated and proven, but the supply chain required to build those weapons in quantity.