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.
The Army has a fantastic way of dealing with those pesky Amazon delivery drones.
New miniature surveillance drone looks like a bird so it can hide in plain sight.
That slick looking SR-72 is going to need missiles to shoot, so Lockheed's whipped up something new, fast, and deadly.
If you hadn't noticed, the U.S. government loves spying. So Lockheed Martin decided to kick things up a notch by offering a surveillance system that fits inside of a rock.
Using the concept of liquid armor and nanotechnology, USSOCOM seeks researchers to help them create the real-life version of Tony Stark's favorite outfit.
The Air Force saw its fields full of mothballed F-16s, and figured they would make nifty dogfight training targets.