The deployment of unmanned aircraft by law enforcement agencies within the continental United States is obviously a controversial topic.
The Pentagon has long been interested in blimps for a wide range of missions including surveillance, reconissance and communications.
The US military has deployed an advance simulator to help special ops forces improve situational awareness, multiple target tracking and decision-making efficiency.
United States Air Force pilots have been flying the Lockheed Martin F-22 Raptor for quite a while now.
If you've watched Batman or read any of the comics, you know the caped crusader often relies on some sort of projectile that shoots a grappling hook - allowing him to climb up the side of a building with relative ease.
The Pentagon is apparently interested in learning how to hack into video game consoles.
Body armor currently worn by police officers and military personnel tends to be made from Kevlar in multiple layers, with integrated metal or ceramic plates for additional protection.
The FBI and other US government agencies have reportedly licensed the game engine behind a number of popular FPS titles including Batman: Arkham City, Mass Effect 3 and Infinity Blade.
The US military currently fields a number of non-lethal weapons systems to disperse hostile crowds without resorting to deadly force, including beanbag rounds and rubber bullets.
iRobot has released a video showcasing the military capabilities of its 110 FirstLook robot.
The United States Navy has been working to design a railgun that can be easily fitted to battleships and other surface craft to bolster the military's current arsenal.
The F-16 Fighting Falcon - which took its first flight in 1974 - has been in production for many years now. Originally envisioned as an air superiority fighter, the F-16 eventually evolved into an all-weather multirole aircraft.
The United States military is constantly working to design advanced weapons that provide our soldiers with an edge on the battlefield.
Look at a map of southern California, and you'll see several large gray patches.
You can add green building advocates to the list of people who have a gripe with the National Defense Authorization Act, which President Barack Obama signed into law on New Year's Eve (despite his own reservations).
The U.S. Department of Defense (DoD) has to obtain at least 25 percent of its energy from renewable sources by 2025.
Progressives have never been very good about admitting - let alone claiming - victory.
The US Navy has completed an important step in the testing of its Electromagnetic Railgun, which uses no explosives and can potentially reach targets 20 times farther than conventional weapons.
A recent cyber attack against Mitsubishi - one of Japan's biggest defense contractors - likely compromised military data on warplanes and nuclear power plants.
MIT researchers have developed a new radar technology that gives real-time video of what’s going on behind solid walls from up to 60 feet away.