New Research Shows Companies Are Changing Their Views on Hiring Veterans

As a byproduct of their military service, today’s veterans have the stomach to take risks, the ability to deal with ambiguity, composure, and creativity under extreme pressure. Also, they have an unparalleled focus on “team” as the way to win in business.

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.

New Research Shows Companies Are Changing Their Views on Hiring Veterans

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

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.