Engineers at the U.S. Army’s Picatinny Arsenal in New Jersey are developing an ambidextrous multi-purpose hand grenade, which is the military’s first new lethal hand grenade in mor...
U.S. Army reconnaissance officials want to deploy a version of the Apache helicopter’s cannon for scout platoons using the Humvee’s replacement over the coming years.
Were it not for efforts by the U.S. military to develop a lightweight, unarmored, all-terrain vehicle for the battlefield there might not be a market for SUVs today.
The U.S. Army is looking to harness genetically-modified 'Dragon Silk' fibers for bullet proof vests.
Used by Army to absorb bullet impact
Ultra-elite Special Operations teams took part in the first-ever U.S. Army Special Operations Command International Urban Assault Challenge last week.
For centuries there have been attempts to develop weapons that could be remotely controlled. Here is a look at some of these attempts from the past 100 years.
Top sniper teams from the U.S. Army, Navy and Marines went head to head last week – but who proved they were the best?
New “bullets” for military railguns, which could strike enemy targets traveling at a whopping six times the speed of sound, are being tested.
The U.S. Army is testing a high-tech airdrop system that uses a sophisticated video navigation system to locate its target. The system could prove invaluable for airdrops in diffic...