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September 28, 2020

Navy’s newest destroyer is named for a former top enlisted man and Pearl Harbor survivor

Stars and Stripes: The USS Delbert D. Black, the Navy’s newest destroyer, entered service on Saturday, more than a year

September 25, 2020

Blasting The Air In Front Of Hypersonic Vehicles With Lasers Could Unlock Unprecedented Speeds

Over the last decade, two of the most significant topics in defense research and development have been directed energy systems

September 17, 2020

Could the U.S. Military Really Track and Kill Enemy Missiles in 2030?

Missile Defense in 2030 will require hypersonic defenses, new intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM) interceptors, upgraded satellites, advanced radar, and, most

September 11, 2020

The Army’s Big, Dumb Guns Aren’t Dumb Anymore (and Now They Can Shoot Down Planes)

A reader-friendly appraisal by Popular Mechanics:   According to Air Force magazine, the Paladin fired a new hypersonic Mach 5

September 10, 2020

Russian Armed Forces Test Multi-Domain Operations

Despite the global COVID-19 pandemic, the Russian Armed Forces have vigorously pursued the summer combat training schedule throughout the country’s

September 9, 2020

Joint Exercise Brings New Battle Management Ideas to Europe

U.S. and European military forces will try to push the boundaries of how the alliance responds in the face of

September 8, 2020

India Goes Hypersonic: New Missile Technology May Be Answer To China’s Navy

The indigenous Hypersonic Technology Demonstrator Vehicle (HSTDV) should prove technologies which can be incorporated into next generation weapons. This may

September 8, 2020

Lockheed tests new phased array antenna for US Space Force

The single-phased array antenna can connect simultaneously with multiple satellites at once, over multiple frequencies, even if they are in

September 3, 2020

US Army pursues new mid-range missile, as tactical missile upgrade hits delay

The U.S. Army is pursuing a new mid-range missile prototype capable of going after moving targets at land and at

September 2, 2020

U.S. Military Defends Rocket Drills Called ‘Extremely Dangerous’ by Russia

The U.S. military told Newsweek it rejects Russia’s warning over recent rocket drills held in the neighboring NATO alliance nation