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.
A new generation of spaceplanes promises very fast (and very cheap) orbital access.
DARPA's Warrior Web suit is designed to assist soldiers in carrying heavy loads to minimize injuries.
The U.S. government officially releases documents that not only acknowledge Area 51, but also give details about its purpose.
Obama headed for a Martha's Vineyard vacation over the weekend, supported by some shiny new heliplanes.
The Navaho missile never flew, but the technology it spawned shaped the nation's first generation of intercontinental ballistic missiles.
The U.S. military has released a new video that depicts the future of combat as a kind of first-person shooter style dive into science fiction.
A team of researchers have developed a new kind of exoskeleton that enhances the wearer's performance without the slow, robotic movements and bulky frame common in similar devices.