Russia continues to deny any governmental role in the downing, despite evidence tracking the Buk missile system crossing the border into Ukraine.
Dutch authorities officially placed the blame for the downing of Malaysian Airlines flight 17 on a Russian-made Buk missile fired from eastern Ukraine.
A slight accident during a planned missile test damaged a US Navy destroyer yesterday, setting off a small fire near the ship's helicopter deck.
Unknown hackers carried out a cyber attack on a German Patriot missile battery, and may have actually been able to take control of the system.
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.
While the downing of Malaysia Airlines Flight 17 is still being investigated, leaked reports are pointing fingers at Russia.
An ever present part the modern military, missiles have been tweaked and adjusted to fill any role possible, provided the end result is creating a very large explosion. Like everything else, though, this has resulted in a raft of acronyms that make figuring out what sort of weapon was used where a frustratingly difficult task.
Could dashcams act as sort of a magnet for bizarre events? It seems entirely plausible, considering the sheer number of insane things routinely caught on the handy video cameras. This latest one comes from Ukraine, which as you probably know, has been locked in a pretty nasty dispute with Russia and allegedly Russian-backed separatists.