A year ago, the U.S. Marines said they were going into full production with some easy-to-set-up solar power systems, and would be putting them to use in the field. They weren’t lying.
The US Department of Defense (DoD) is currently engaged in a "hard push" to significantly reduce dependence on fossil fuels in an effort to shrink risks on the battlefield.
A new report indicates that the X-37B - a top-secret space plane operated by the US Air Force - may be spying on China.
Britain's Ministry of Defence has admitted that its war simulations aren't up to scratch for a generation reared on the PlayStation and Xbox.
Progressives have never been very good about admitting - let alone claiming - victory.
It seems as if millions of dollars in U.S. aid to Afghanistan has been intercepted by the Taliban.
The U.S. Army is splashing out $48.2 million to purchase a number of devices capable of detecting suicide bombers at 100 yards.
With internet censorship sweeping the globe, one group in Afghanistan has the answer - build your own from cheap parts and trash.
Army veteran Scott Weakley is a former marathon runner who returned from the second Iraq war barely able to climb two or three flights of stairs without feeling exhausted.
The U.S. military will reportedly spend a cool one billion dollars on the purchase of additional intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance (ISR) gear to assist soldiers deployed in Afghanistan.
A very red-faced Obama administration is moving to mitigate diplomatic fallout caused by graphic pictures of atrocities committed against civilians by U.S. military personnel in Afghanistan.
It's all about the mission. That's been the overriding message from the various branches of the U.S. military as they pursue renewable-energy solutions - and Marines in Afghanistan are providing real-world evidence to back that up.
The US Army has been greening operations on a number of fronts, and the latest is a solar-powered shelter that pops up directly over a tent.
Talent serial modder Ben Heck has designed a ruggedized portable Playstation 3 for recreational use by US forces stationed in Afghanistan.
The US military has deployed at least five futuristic Individual Airburst Weapon Systems in Afghanistan capable of firing specialized rounds that explode at precise locations in enemy territory.
The US military is shipping cloud computing infrastructure to Afghanistan where its secure network will be used to provide US soldiers with critical surveillance data.
Researchers at Sandia National Labs have developed a "liquid blade" capable of disabling improvised explosive devices (IEDs). The device - which shoots a blade of water and penetrates even steel - is currently being shipped to US troops deployed in Afghanistan.
Unmanned American drones are helping British soldiers deployed in Afghanistan to step up their fight against the Taliban.
Want to play Medal of Honor as a Taliban terrorist? Well, just don't tell Fox News about it.
Pop princess Mathangi "Maya" Arulpragasam recently claimed that video games were responsible for teaching American kids to act violently and prepare for war.