Start-up company RevMedx saves lives by inventing a syringe filled with small sponges that can seal wounds and stop bleeding in record time.
The workhorse of the air forces of over 25 different nations is celebrating its 40th birthday.
Who would have thought Microsoft's Kinect would end up monitoring the border between North and South Korea.
Lockheed Martin demonstrates a 30-kilowatt "weapons grade" fiber optic laser.
These military-grade blimps will survey the Northeast to ensure no missiles head toward our nation's capital. In case you hadn't guessed, this rubs a few folks the wrong way.
Humans soldiers are going to have to get used to new squadmates, as the Army tries to improve efficiency over the next few decades by giving more jobs to robots.
The armed forces are paying $440 million for inflatable satellite antennas that look like beach balls. First used in Hurricane Katrina recovery efforts, the antennas can withstand water, wind, and even bullets.
Since 1990, more than 10,000 people have been injured by landmines in Colombia. SaveOneLife is a project aimed at lessening that number with a landmine detector that fits in your shoe.
If guns really are the great equalizer, these suckers are the most equalizing of the bunch.
Amazon, eat your heart out. This delivery drone drops troops and meds where the military needs them most.