USAF Aggressor F-16 Freshly Painted In “Shark” Scheme To Mimic Latest Russian Jets
The paint job is nearly identical to that worn by some of Russia’s most advanced jets flying over Syria.
A Higher-Risk US Strategy to Rout ISIS From Mosul Emerges
US special operations forces change their uniform as they move to the front lines in Mosul, while Washington pours in more troops.
This Is Russia’s Warship Built Specifically For Arctic Fighting
Moscow’s missile-slinging icebreakers are becoming a reality.
This Headcam Video of a Harrier Pilot’s Low-Level Mission is Like Being There
This extremely high-quality headcam footage of a Spanish Navy Harrier pilot rocketing low over the countryside puts you right in the cockpit.
Syria Says It Will Rain Scud Missiles On Israel If Airstrikes Don’t Stop
The Syrian government just upped the ante drastically in its brewing military standoff with Israel.
Watch These Old World War II Bombers Launch Target Drones
Early in the Cold War, the Royal Canadian Air Force modified two iconic Lancasters to carry early unmanned aircraft.
Florida’s Full Court Press to Bring a Supercarrier Back to Mayport
When it comes to the east coast, all the Navy’s supercarrier eggs are in one small basket.
This Small, Obscure U.S. Navy Unit Hunts Terrorists and Smugglers
In 2015, the Navy Expeditionary Intelligence Command’s specialized teams produced nearly 1,000 “high value” reports for commanders around the world.
Watch Ukraine’s Largest Munitions Depot Transformed Into Massive Fireball
The explosions could continue for days.
Suicide Drones Have Migrated To The Conflict In Yemen
Iran and their Houthi proxies aimed at striking back at Saudi and UAE Patriot Missile batteries.
Watch the U.S. Navy Test Fire Its Much Touted Railgun
The service wants the electromagnetic cannons in action by 2025, but power, cooling and just finding space on board ships are major challenges.
The State Department’s Armored Vehicle Program Is a Mess
Contractors dumping broken cars into the sea, zombie fleets of unused vehicles, poor maintenance, and drivers without proper training are just a few signs of major trouble.
USAF Looks To Retire The F-15C Eagle And Replace It With Upgraded F-16s
The news came as a shock to the committee and will reverberate throughout the USAF, Washington and beyond in the coming days.
Lockheed to Move F-16 Production From Texas to South Carolina
It’s a good sign that the F-16 line will live on for years to come.
US-Backed Forces Take Strategic Syrian Dam to Block ISIS From Escaping Raqqa
The maneuver appears to have been yet another blocking move, not just against ISIS forces but also against Syrian government and Russian forces.
Lockheed Once Pitched the Massive C-5 as a Flying Command Center
The company told the Air Force the massive airlifter could be a super-sized replacement for the EC-135 doomsday plane.
Is This Russian “Forever President” Vladimir Putin’s Yacht?
The man who could be the world’s richest has a navy of warships and nuclear submarines, but does he have a super yacht?
Shedding Some Light On The Pentagon’s Most Shadowy Aviation Units
When officials in Washington need air support for the most complex and secretive military missions, this is who they call in.
Watch a B-52 Obliterate This Massive ISIS Held Hotel In Mosul
It was one of Mosul’s nicest and largest hotels before becoming an ISIS stronghold.
The U.S. Army’s Newest Spy Plane Is in Action in Africa and Latin America
After almost getting canned in 2012, the Enhanced Medium Altitude Reconnaissance and Surveillance System is now snooping abroad.
Israel Warns It Will Destroy Syria’s Air Defenses “Without Thinking Twice”
Israel’s direct involvement in the Syrian conflict could be the flying ember that sets the region ablaze.
Shadowy Unmarked S-92 Superhawk Reemerges in Middle East Hotspot
Who exactly these gray, militarized Superhawks belong to, and who is using them remains a mystery.
The Pentagon Thought it Could Retire the U-2 in 1969
Newly declassified documents show the iconic spy plane has survived attempts to send it to the boneyard for nearly fifty years.
Despite Tough Talk, U.S. Responses to North Korea Are Business As Usual
The open discussion of military action may only serve to reinforce the reclusive regime’s opinions and validate their domestic propaganda.
Arrow Missile Intercepts Syrian SAM Fired At Israeli Jets Following Strikes
The strange overnight engagement was the first operational use of an Arrow anti-ballistic missile system.