Chinese break into US dam database

Chinese hackers have cracked a US Army database that contains information about the vulnerabilities of thousands of US dams.

Cyber warriors in training

Military academies catering to all three major service branches in the US are stepping up efforts to train a new breed of cyber warriors for the 21st century. The Army, Navy and Air Force academies are piling more tech courses on their students, including elaborate cyber warfare exercises.

US Army leads in green energy-saving

The Army says UESCs and ESPCs use energy-savings technologies that extend to "small-scale renewables like solar photovoltaics, solar-thermal for hot water and air heating and wind power."

US Army kicks off $7 billion clean power gold rush

The U.S. Army is driving a huge new market for renewable energy, dangling up to $7 billion to purchase power sourced from solar, wind, biomass, geothermal and other alternative-energy technologies.

US Army builds its own clean-power grids

In today’s armed combat, battlefields are very rarely near reliable sources of power. 



US Army wants to prevent another WikiLeaks

The US Army is stepping up its efforts to prevent the unauthorized transfer and dissemination of classified data.

US Army’s big green tank ready to roll

As per its focus in recent years on greening its operations and technologies, the US military will be making use of a hybrid electric Ground Combat Vehicle design.

US Army once again turns to clean energy

Last Fourth of July weekend, the U.S. Army‘s Tank Automotive Research, Development and Engineering Center (TARDEC) in Warren, Michigan experienced a power outage that halted operations of its laboratories.

US Army hybrid a dune buggy on steroids

The ongoing Chicago Auto show features the latest concept vehicles, hybrids and electric vehicles. It also features something a little less likely - the U.S. Army's brand new Quantum Clandestine Extended Range Vehicle.

US Army advances face transplant research

I would wager that the first time many of us ever saw a face transplant was in the flick Face Off which supposedly had characters switching looks. 



US Army fields 84mm Carl-Gustaf

Soldiers who operate in urban environments or other scenarios with excess cover often have difficulty targeting hostile forces without exposing their position.

Video: PETMAN, the anthropomorphic robot



Boston Dynamics has posted a video of PETMAN, the anthropomorphic robot developed for testing special protective clothing used by the US Army.

Pentagon: WikiLeaks suspect will stand trial

The U.S. Army has declared WikiLeaks suspect Pfc. Bradley Manning fit to stand trial.

Pentagon insists WikiLeaks suspect is being treated fairly

The U.S. Army has kicked off a propaganda campaign to convince Bradley Manning supporters that the WikiLeaks suspect is being treated fairly in his new "quarters" at Fort Leavenworth.

Mythbuster's Hyneman designs next-gen military armor

Mythbusters - the Discovery Channel reality show - has gained quite a reputation for dramatically shattering preconceived notions that many viewers have believed for years.

Army deploys solar-powered shelters in Afghanistan



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.

Sergeant, drop and give me...an Android or iPhone

Whether it's in intelligence bases on US soil or on the front lines in Afghanistan, the United States Army is currently considering a proposal to give smartphones to every one of its soldiers.

US Army to upgrade autonomous droids with advanced AI

The US Army is examining various ways of upgrading the artificial intelligence (AI) capabilities of its tactical robot fleet.

US Army orders hybrid airship for Afghan deployment

The US Army has asked Northrop Grumman to design three hybrid airships that are capable of providing American soldiers with persistent ISR (intelligence, surveillance and reconnaissance) capabilities in Afghanistan.

US Army test drives automated convoy vehicle

The US Army and Lockheed Martin recently tested an automated convoy vehicle designed to protect soldiers from ambushes and improvised explosive device (IED) attacks.