Joseph Trevithick

Deputy Editor, The War Zone

Joseph comes to us from, and more recently where he was an associate editor. His work has also been seen on many of the sites we link to regularly, including Small Arms Review, Small Arms Defense Journal, Reuters, We Are the Mighty and Task & Purpose.

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Norway and Germany have teamed up to develop a new supersonic naval strike missile.

Supersonic Naval Cruise Missile For Norway, Germany In The Works

By Joseph Trevithick / Published Nov 29, 2023

CCAs flying with notional NGAD manned aircraft.

Signs Point To Less Range, Higher Performance For CCA Drones

By Joseph Trevithick / Published Nov 28, 2023

An improvised armored truck, also known as a Narco Tank, has appeared in Mexico with what looks to be an anti-drone armor screen, commonly referred to as a cope cage, over the front end.

Cartel Narco Tank With Cope Cage Anti-Drone Armor Emerges

By Joseph Trevithick / Published Nov 28, 2023

The B61-12 nuclear bomb is now officially in the U.S. stockpile and approved for employment from the B-2A Spirit stealth bomber.

B-2 Spirit Now Operational With New B61-12 Nuclear Bombs

By Joseph Trevithick / Published Nov 27, 2023

Pictures and videos show testing of the catapults on the Chinese aircraft carrier Fujian, which is still being fitted out, has begun.

China’s New Aircraft Carrier Begins Catapult Testing

By Joseph Trevithick / Published Nov 27, 2023

Pictures have emerged that offer an inside look at the Navy's new NC-20G range support aircraft.

Look Inside Navy’s ‘New’ NC-20G Missile Test Support Jet

By Joseph Trevithick / Published Nov 22, 2023

The founder of a jetpack startup has demonstrated a version of his signature design armed with a pistol aimed via a head-tracking system.

Jetpack Features Glock Autopistol Aimed By Moving Your Head

By Joseph Trevithick / Published Nov 22, 2023

The US Air Force's future EC-37B electronic warfare jets are now EA-37Bs, which is meant to highlight their ability to not only find and attack various types of targets, but destroy them.

New ‘Attack’ EA-37B Moniker For USAF Electronic Warfare Jets

By Joseph Trevithick / Published Nov 21, 2023

A top Pentagon watchdog has raises concerns about the Navy's aggressive schedule for the MQ-25 tanker drone and the potential risks thereof.

MQ-25 Stingray Tanker Delays, Risks Come Into View

By Joseph Trevithick / Published Nov 21, 2023

The U.S. Air Force is exploring the possibility of augmenting, rather than replacing its C-32A Air Force Two jets.

New Plan To Augment C-32A ‘Air Force Two’ Fleet, Not Replace It

By Joseph Trevithick / Published Nov 20, 2023

US Special Operations Command is interested in acquiring loitering munitions with seekers optimized for finding and homing in on enemy electronic warfare systems.

Electronic Warfare System Hunting Drones Wanted By SOCOM

By Joseph Trevithick / Published Nov 17, 2023

Aurora Flight Sciences is developing a fan-in-wing blended wing body aircraft concept as part of a U.S. military program exploring ideas for a fast-flying vertical takeoff and landing cargo aircraft.

VTOL Lift Fan Tactical Transport Design Emerges Under DARPA Program

By Joseph Trevithick / Published Nov 16, 2023