Emergency Declared After Tunnel Full Of Nuclear Waste Collapses At Hanford (Updated)
The situation at the highly contaminated site remains murky, but federal assets are likely to respond, which could include a unique radiation-sniffing helicopter.
Japan May Acquire Aegis Ashore To Defend Itself From North Korean Missiles
The system is especially well suited for Japan’s strategic needs, but China would not be pleased with seeing it setup on Japanese shores.
What’s the Deal With China’s Surface Skimming Anti-Ship Drone-Missile Hybrid?
Could this emerging weapon system become yet another effective threat layer in China’s ever-expanding anti-access/area-denial maritime bubble?
Russia’s Massive Arctic “Research” Submarine Will Be The World’s Longest
The highly modified Oscar II class nuclear guided missile sub will have a bunch of new tricks up her sleeve, and a very sensitive and challenging mission set to use them on.
Trump’s Openness to Direct Talks With Kim Jong Un Is Still a Good Idea
It’s not the first time Trump has made the bold overture to North Korea, but it’s the first time he has done so as President.
Japan’s Biggest Helicopter Carrier To Provide Escort For US Supply Ship
The Izumo will bring its potent anti-submarine capabilities to protect the US supply vessel.
It’s a North Korean Missile Media Frenzy!
The media is hooked on military drama from the Korean Peninsula, so be skeptical of reports on Pyongyang’s ballistic missile launches.
The CH-53E Super Stallion Looks Gargantuan In This Slow Motion Helocast Clip
The Super Stallion may be tired, but it still is one massive and powerful steed.
Air Force Releases Causes Of Recent B-52 And U-2 Crashes
Now we know more about both of these high-profile crashes.
Israel Strikes Supposed Arms Depot At Syria’s Damascus International Airport
The strike comes as tension between Syria and Israel has drastically increased in recent weeks.
China Launches Its First Home-Built Clone Of An Aircraft Carrier
The event marks a huge leap in Chinese shipbuilding capability, and the start of a home-grown carrier fleet that will only be eclipsed by the US Navy.
It’s Far Too Soon For The Military Option When It Comes To North Korea
As war drums grow louder, the US and its allies are encircling North Korea with military might. Meanwhile, the White House is about to brief the US Senate as to its plans.
Analyzing North Korea’s Missile Parade: Prescription For Fear, Dose Of Reality
Here are the technological highlights from yesterday’s military parade through Kim Il Sung Square.
Mother Of All Bombs Certainly Did Its Job Based On These New Satellite Images
The Islamic State’s hillside nest was wiped clean.
Assad Moves The Bulk Of His Air Power To Russia’s Air Base In Syria
Just as predicted, because of the reckless and counterproductive US missile strike on Syria, Assad’s military capability will be a much harder nut to crack in the future.
Carrier Group Nowhere Near North Korea Last Weekend: Feint Or Fumble?
The Carl Vinson Strike Group was 3,500 miles from where we thought it was last weekend.
The Royal Navy’s Only Operational Aircraft Carrier Could Be Sold To Brazil
It would leave the Royal Navy without any sort of aircraft carrier at all for a number of years.
What Is This Mystery Airplane Photographed At California Airport Last Week?
The exotic bullet shaped aircraft looks like a mix between the Bell X-1 and a Piaggio P.180 Avanti.
Here’s FLIR Video Of Yesterday’s MOAB Strike In Afghanistan
It was exactly as we expected.
USAF Operationally Deploying F-35A To Europe This Weekend For The First Time
The move is a big milestone for the program—and a message to Russia.
US Drops Its Most Powerful Non Nuclear Bomb On ISIS In Afghanistan
The GBU-43 Mother Of All Bombs is a ferocious and nasty weapon.
Kadena Air Base Shows Its Firepower During Surprise “Elephant Walk” Drill
Seems like all of America’s weapons are being brandished as Day Of The Sun approaches in North Korea.
America’s Tomahawk Missile Attack on Syria’s Shayrat Air Base Was a Sham
America’s interests in the region are much worse off the morning after 59 Tomahawk cruise missiles did little harm to an air base in Syria.
Does US Carrier’s About Face In Asia Signal Impending North Korea Showdown?
War drums seem to be getting louder as the US suddenly orders the Carl Vinson carrier strike group to Korea, but is there really a military option when it comes to ending Pyongyang’s nuclear ambitions?
US Launched Tomahawk Missile Attack On Shayrat Air Base In Syria (Updated)
Here’s everything we know right now.