Bunker Talk: Let’s Talk About All The Things We Did And Didn’t Cover This Week
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Ukraine Situation Report: Putin Claims More Of Ukraine, Zelensky Applies To NATO
Putin made bellicose speech announcing the annexation of four Ukrainian regions while Zelensky asked NATO to rush its membership application.
Boeing’s Modular Air-To-Air Missile Concept Gets Air Force Funding
Boeing will leverage a missile concept that features multiple interchangeable stages covering short to long-range engagement envelopes.
This Spinning Camera On China’s Aircraft Carrier Is A Key Defense System
The spinning panoramic infrared system can detect, classify, and track threats that radar may not be able to see.
Taiwan’s New Amphibious Assault Ship Bristles With Anti-Air Missiles
Taiwan’s biggest locally built warship is the first of a new class of landing platform docks and part of an ambitious modernization program.
Nuclear Experts On Chances Of Russia Using Atomic Weapons In Ukraine
We asked top experts about the chances that an increasingly desperate Russia could use nuclear weapons to change its losing hand in Ukraine.
Ukraine Situation Report: ‘Army’ Larger Than Russia’s Invasion Force Likely Fled Mobilization
Russia’s plan to call-up 300,000 draftees managed to mobilize an army of citizens to flee the country.
Hurricane Hunter P-3 Launched New Low Flying Drone Into Ian
The flight marked the first time the ALTIUS-600 drone was flown into a hurricane and NOAA officials saw it as a success.
NATO Says All Signs Point To Sabotage Of Baltic Undersea Pipelines
Swedish authorities say they have found a another ruptured section along the two Nord Stream pipelines following apparent attacks this week.
Geriatric E-3 Sentry Has Caused Dire Airborne Early Warning Gap: General
“We are 20 years late getting Wedgetail into the fleet,’ says Gen. Mark Kelly, head of Air Combat Command.
Ukraine Situation Report: Another 18 HIMARS Launchers For Ukraine
Ukraine could eventually field 34 HIMARS systems, though the newly promised launchers will take time to reach the battlefield.
China Is Working On Its Own Sixth-Generation Fighter Program: Official
Air Combat Command boss says China’s next-generation air combat program will parallel the U.S. Air Force’s.
The Truth About The Harrier’s Unique ‘VIFF-ing’ Dogfight Maneuver
Jump-jet marketing gimmick or close-combat trump card? A former Harrier pilot explains the vectoring in forward flight, or VIFF maneuver.
Fingers Point At Russia In Baltic Undersea Pipeline Attack (Updated)
EU and other officials say the available evidence increasingly points to deliberate acts causing ruptures in two Baltic Sea gas pipelines.
Ukraine Situation Report: Untrained Russian Draftees Reach The Front
Russian conscripts face a battle-hardened enemy that already has bested better-equipped, far more experienced Russian regulars.
Electric Commuter Aircraft ‘Alice’ Has Flown For The First Time
After months of delays, Alice’s first flight could be a major step toward future electric-powered air travel.
This Is What The B-52 Will Look Like With Its New Rolls-Royce Engines
Boeing’s video marked the completion of wind tunnel testing with the new nacelles, which will house Rolls-Royce F130 engines.
Sabotage Suspected In Undersea Gas Pipeline Explosions In The Baltic
The controversial Nord Stream 1 and 2 pipelines, which are supposed to carry Russian gas to Europe, have been breached.
Ukraine Situation Report: Kyiv Continues To Rack Up Small Gains
Bigger battles are looming in Donbas, where Ukraine hopes to continue its string of victories and Russia hopes to blunt that momentum.
Flying Saucer Appears On U.S. Aviation Intelligence Office Logo (Updated)
An official flying saucer-adorned aviation intelligence unit logo has appeared drawing significant interest and speculation online.
Navy About To Get World’s Largest Unmanned Warship But Has No Plans To Use It
A Navy high-speed logistics ship received millions of dollars in modifications for unmanned operations, but there are no plans to use them.
The Looming Worry Of Russia Using Nuclear Weapons In Ukraine
Losing ground and its forces depleted, concern that Russia could use nuclear weapons in Ukraine, even to try and freeze the conflict, grows.
Chinese J-15 Fighters Fly Directly Over U.S. Navy Destroyer In New Video
Recently released footage of Chinese naval fighters overhead a U.S. Navy warship comes amid heightened tensions in the Taiwan Strait.
New Details On The Secretive Air Force Plan For Teaming Fighter Pilots With Drones
Needing to balance solving unknowns about the Collaborative Combat Aircraft against demand for its disruptive abilities is driving decisions.
Ukraine Situation Report: Multiple Russian Aircraft Shot Down In A Day
The Russian Air Force had another bad day in the skies over Ukraine as Kyiv claims it downed four jets, drones, and a cruise missile.