During the second presidential debate, Republican nominee Donald Trump complained that the U.S. nuclear arsenal is old, Russia's is new – and that is a big problem. He was wrong on all counts.
Four times last week, speedboats belonging to Iran's Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps – a sort of government-sanctioned Islamic militia – harassed four American vessels patrolling the Persian Gulf.
Britain used to boast the most powerful navy in the world. No more.
Right before the July 4 holiday, the U.S. government released its first official report on civilian casualties of America's long-running drone attacks on terror suspects in war zones across the globe.
［６日 ロイター］ - あたかも空中で何十年も行方不明の状態だった米政府は、ようやく最新鋭の実験航空機を建造するビジネスに復帰した。これは最先端航空機の境界線を広げるものだ。
After decades of being MIA in the skies, Washington is getting back into the business of building cutting-edge experimental aircraft that can expand the boundaries of state-of-the-art aerial.
The U.S. military has launched a program to equip its front-line soldiers with the latest battlefield technology. The Squad X initiative would give an Army or Marine Corps squad new computerized weapons, the latest smartphone-style communications and even easy-to-use robot helpers.
The Pentagon has repeatedly failed to manage complex weapons programs without cost overruns and technical problems, the prime example being the F-35 Joint Strike Fighter.
The new anti-ship weapons are stealthier, fly farther and faster and pack more destructive power than the Navy’s current arsenal.
Moscow may not choose to fight on NATO’s terms. A new Russian secret warfare called maskirovka might not qualify as a military attack -- and so avoid triggering NATO intervention.