Vehicles have become readily available violent weapons, but autonomous tech could "de-weaponize cars."
There's armor for protection, guns and rocket launchers for attack, and flat black paint for psychological warfare.
Video, originally posted by The Baghdad Post, shows Alrobot in action, zipping across desert scrub and firing its cannon.
The Jordanian Al-Thalab long-range patrol vehicle can carry 3,400-pounds of equipment, four operators, up to two stretchers, and enough weapons, ammo, food, water, and fuel for a ten-day patrol.
Aerial tensions in the skies over Syria have increased after an encounter between armed US fighters and Russian bombers.
Vehicles for use in terror attacks are reportedly being developed in Raqqa.
The New York Times shows how obsession caused a Toyota salesman to investigate ISIS and eventually go to jail for allegedly threatening an FBI agent.
US allies in the coalition against ISIS are borrowing from the Air Force's stores of guided munitions to carry on the bombing campaign.
Terrorists are developing plans to use self-driving cars as mobile bombs, a top security expert warns during South By Southwest.
Aerial refueling is tough, but this KC-135 crew and an F-16 pilot got a lot of practice after a malfunction meant the fighter had to refuel every 15 minutes.
With the bombing campaign against ISIS in high gear, Air Force brass are recognizing the importance of the A-10, despite repeated attempts to retire it.
Uncovered terrorist training videos have shown that ISIS is attempting to develop remote-controlled car bombs that can beat a primary method of detection.
Extremists with shoulder-fired surface-to-air missiles are posing an increased risk to air travel over north Africa and the Middle East, a new report claims.
The website for one of Tony Stewart's dirt race tracks was one of several in Ohio that was hacked last Saturday, left with a friendly message from everyone's least-favorite terrorist organization.
The Fiesta badge has been worn by small Fords the world over for more than 30 years, but it may not survive the arrival of the next-generation car according to reports. Apparently people inside Ford believe the new model is such a radical departure from the current model (shown above) that dropping the long-running moniker would be appropriate.