Crew still needs certification ahead of October 15 commissioning.
The Navy officially took delivery of its very first Zumwalt-class destroyer, and is now ready to begin certifications for the ship's nearly 150 sailors.
The hunt for Red October is about to get much easier.
The US Navy's submarines might operate under water, but they're going to get a new perspective on the action thanks a tiny, four-pound drone.
The Danes want to replace the F-16, and it's looking increasingly like the F-35 will get the job.
Despite widely publicized problems here in the US, the F-35 Lightning II has gained a number of new fans in the Danish Ministry of Defense.
Hyundai wants to turn you into Iron Man.
Mark Twain, a man who knew a thing or two about faking people out, once said, "A lie can travel half way around the world while the truth is putting on its shoes."
Legislation has cleared Congress and awaits President's signature.
After losing the right to inurn ashes at Arlington National Cemetery, a bill has cleared Congress to restore privileges for the Women Airforce Service Pilots.
System will be available to military and government operations, but may expand to civilian use.
The system would call for a network of acoustic emitters that submarines could use to triangulate their exact position, just like the GPS in your car.
The Chinese Navy could have 351 ships, including four more aircraft carriers, by 2020.
A new congressional report is pointing to a dramatic increase in the capabilities of the Chinese People's Liberation Army Navy.
The customized Eurofighter Typhoon will take part in this month's annual NATO Tiger Meet.
NATO's annual Tiger Meet kicks this month, and the German Luftwaffe is bringing an awesome feline-liveried Eurofighter Typhoon to the exercise.
A new report argues that 25 years of aerial success has left the USAF less able to cope with an equal foe or the losses that'd come with a large-scale conflict.
$82.7M contract is first time in ten years a contract wasn't awarded to Boeing or Lockheed.
Elon Musk's SpaceX has won its first military contract, after a joint venture by Boeing and Lockheed Martin failed to contest the 2018 launch deal.
After plenty of arguing, the Pentagon will finally conduct an official test between the new F-35 Lightning II and the aging A-10 Thunderbolt II.
The F-16 high-tailed it 280 miles to save a dying patient in its role as emergency cargo plane.
A Norwegian Royal Air Force F-16 was pressed into high-speed cargo hauling to help save a dying patient's life with a special heart-lung bypass machine.
The US Marine Corps and Army are getting serious about protecting their tanks from missile attacks.
The only casualties were the vehicles (and the egos of some parachute riggers).
No drone flights will be permitted below 2,500 feet while President Obama is visiting.
Nigerian terror group makes biodiesel from groundnut oil and salt.
Boko Haram extremist group is making its own biodiesel for motorbikes after government shuts off fuel lines.
USS Donald Cook was sailing in the international waters of the Baltic Sea at the time of the incident.
The flybys took place over the course of two days and looked a great deal like simulated attack runs.
Army, Marines push back initial operational capability for JLTV due to Lockheed Martin protest.
Oshkosh Defense was forced to idle its work on the JLTV, the vehicle replacing the Humvee, creating a domino effect that's now impacting troops.
New destroyer will deploy reflective material so it's easier for other ships to detect it during peacetime operations.
The USS Zumwalt is so stealthy there's genuine concerns that civilian vessels won't be able to pick it up on radar in bad weather or at night.
The three mariners were forced to swim two miles through the night after their vessel capsized.
A Navy P-8 Poseidon crew was key in locating three stranded mariners on an uninhabited Pacific Island. The three men survived for three days before rescue.
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