U.S. Space Force (not to be confused with Netflix’s hilarious parody series Space Force), since its formation in late 2019 under Trump’s administration, has been quickly taking shape.
Military firearms enthusiasts know what is a sniper rifle and a grenade launcher. But do you know that is a weapon that is a marriage of the two? That’s right. Sniper Grenade Launcher is a thing.
Usually a small country wouldn’t have developed its own fighter jet. New Zealand and Japan doesn’t. Heck, even a huge country like Australia doesn’t. But not South Korea. For some reasons, the Korean Peninsula country has decided that it needs to develop its own.
What you see here is a render of supersonic unmanned combat aerial vehicle (UCAV) currently under development by Singapore-based aviation contractor, Kelley Aerospace.
This one goes to all to fans of military vehicle. What you see here is a one-of-the-kind Rapid Intervention Vehicle (R.I.V.) from UK’s off-road and rally car maker, Bowler, and it is now on the block.
A boat that can transform into a submarine is not new. So is a boat/sub hybrid designed to insert operatives in a covert operation, such as the JFD SEAL Carrier Swimmer Delivery Vehicle.
Thankfully (or maybe not?) that we don’t have insect rights activist yet. If not, those researchers over at Washington University in St. Louis wouldn’t be able to carry the research of bomb sniffing cyborg locusts.
After having the enterprise covered with a rugged Galaxy, Samsung is now eyeing on the Department of Defense (DoD) and federal government. And the device? A new variant of Galaxy S20 which it calls Samsung Galaxy S20 Tactical Edition. Before you military heads get all ga-ga over it… you have to know this “mission-ready” smartphone …
Developed by Boeing in Australia for the Royal Australian Air Force, the Boeing Loyal Wingman Unmanned Aircraft Prototype uses artificial intelligence to extend the capabilities of manned and unmanned platforms.
This is Japan Maritime Self-Defense Force’s 11th Soryu-class diesel-electric attack submarine, the JS Ōryū, and it is the world’s first boat of its class to be powered by lithium-ion batteries. Yup. Li-ion. The same battery technology that is currently used in hundreds of thousands of phone across the world.