This road-worthy whirlygig could actually be out-performing its DARPA-backed counterpart.
The Q-Warrior headset is the military's first AR headset to begin field testing.
They may not go boom, but these rounds might help tomorrows troops more than the best drones out there.
Either the military has had some genius toiling away in a cave for the last few weeks or it's actually easier to become Iron Man than we had previously thought.
Windshield wipers feel seriously out-classed when you can just deploy a sonic forcefield.
The Army is fighting a war within its own ranks as suicide rates have reached the highest in Army history. The Pentagon reports suicide within Army ranks have averaged one per day this year, which surpasses combat fatalities. A nasal spray (similar but more medicinal than this one) could change this.
If you thought the gradual downsizing of the Hummer meant there wasn't a market for military inspired SUVs, a new luxury armored SUV out of Canada just ran over that idea. The personal armored SUV is back, and it's the size of a small plane.
Memories of the cold war have been raised from the dead this week with the confirmation from Russian officials they are testing an energy gun that would essentially turn people into zombies. The "psychotronic" gun would not only inflict pain but also attack the central nervous system leaving enemies scrambled.
Every science fiction movie you've ever seen is about to come true. The Office of Naval Research claims laser cannons will be on ships in about four years. In fact, contracts for defense contractors to build them should go out this year.
Having to shoulder a wounded comrade is never a question for soldiers, but having a method to do it more efficiently in close combat has been a needed innovation. A new device called an Injured Personnel Carrier (IPC) has now been designed to replace the old over-the-shoulder method by creating a sling — or human backpack — to free up a soldier's hands to navigate evacuation.