IBM’s Watson supercomputer, famous for its appearance on the quiz show ‘Jeopardy,’ is being used to help military personnel make the transition back to civilian life.
The U.S. Army is moving forward to replace the Cold War-era M9 9mm pistol with a more powerful handgun that also meets the needs of the other services.
Named after a killer fish, killer cat and a killer snake, two Infantry Fighting Vehicles and a new Light Protected Mobility Vehicle, made their debuts in Paris to a lot of buzz.
The U.S. Army is going to dust off its old Scorpion pattern as a replacement for its much criticized Universal Camouflage Pattern.
It's always risky to send pilots on reconnaissance missions or into combat zones, so to protect its troops, the U.S. military is turning to technological solutions.
Keeping cool in the heat of battle could soon be easier, thanks to a new U.S. Army helmet that has its own built-in air-conditioning system.
New tech just revealed by the U.S. Army allows AH-64 Apache helicopter pilots to see targeting and surveillance data in full, high-resolution color -- helping ensure U.S. attack helicopters...
The sweeping defense budget approved by Congress calls for new regulations on cyberweapons -- an effort to prevent the pervasive digital bombs from further spreading throughout the world -- at the...