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?

The Questionable Ethics of Using Robotic Weapons

The idea of a completely autonomous robot, one that can think and make decisions without human input, has fascinated humans since the industrial revolution.

Quantum Radar a Game Changer for Offensive Stealth Operations

America’s entire stealth program is built upon the principle of absorbing radio waves with special materials so they don’t reflect signals back to an adversary’s radar system. In that way, America’s stealth warplanes like the F-22 Raptor, F-35 Lightning, and B-2 Spirit can remain relatively invisible on most current radar systems.

9/11 Was Not the First Aerial Attack on the US Mainland

Monday, September 9, passed without much fanfare in the United States. The only historic date that was on anyone’s mind was the fast-approaching September 11, or 9/11.

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

The Questionable Ethics of Using Robotic Weapons

Quantum Radar a Game Changer for Offensive Stealth Operations

9/11 Was Not the First Aerial Attack on the US Mainland

Britain has concluded that Iran was responsible for attacks on oil facilities in Saudi Arabia, U.K. Prime Minister Boris Johnson said Sunday. He said the U.K. would consider taking part in a U.S.-led military effort to bolster the Gulf kingdom's defenses, while Iran's president announced plans for a rival Iranian-led security coalition.
September sees the 75th anniversary of Operation Market Garden. Immortalized by the all-star film adaption of Cornelius Ryan’s seminal tome “A Bridge Too Far,” the operation was an unusually audacious move by British Field Marshall Bernard Montgomery to end the war by Christmas 1944.
It may sound boring, but maintenance of military aircraft is a big deal — and one that the Air Force Life Cycle Management Center (LCMC) intends to improve, in part via 3D printing. Former Defense Secretary Mattis issued a fiat that all fighters had to hit 80 percent readiness levels and the Air Force is struggling to get there.