A $596 million lawsuit claims that the U.S. Navy has engaged in software piracy.
Navy engineers took inspiration from Tony Stark and put a high-res head-up display directly inside a diving helmet.
Saab has developed a robot that will be able to discover and defeat bombs hidden underwater off US shores and near American vessels.
This June, a V-22 Osprey is scheduled to fly with a part that has been 3-D printed.
What if the U.S. could seed secret pods deep in the oceans that suddenly burst out of the water unleashing devastating surprise attacks on the enemy? While this sounds like the stu...
A new hunter is lurking in the deep — and it's made of metal, silicon, and lots and lots of artificial intelligence
Drones may known for their prowess in the skies, but thanks to some new developments at the U.S. Navy, they'll soon be turning the open seas into their turf as well.
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.