War in space will not look as good as Star Wars, rather, it will simply wipe out communications, destabilise economies and create clouds of high speed debris.
Light, fast and highly capable, the Mwari could join the USAF soon.
These lasers deliver enough power to charge a phone just as fast as a normal USB cable would.
Astronauts can live in the suit for six days without taking it off. Food and waste will remain in the suit.
The clock in Texas will be completely mechanical and be about 200 feet tall. It will also chime unique, unrepeated tunes throughout its lifetime.
The boat can reach speeds of up to 100kmph and will also be used by the Irish Navy in the near future.
The ageing M119 and M777 towed howitzers are both in line for major upgrades as the Army wants extended range, smaller package and higher accuracy.
New tanks are expected to give the Super Hornets an additional 300 miles of flight and fight — without additional radar noise.
If nuclear war wipes out communications, the AEHF satellites will continue to work for the US government.
So far, archaeologists have verified some 7,000 features of lost city discovered via revolutionary lidar tech.
An Australian man called Meow-Ludo Disco Gamma Meow-Meow is planning to take legal action after his surgically implanted travel card was cancelled.
Trophy APS protects tanks by firing at the threat and destroying them before they reach the tank.
Neil Harbisson believes that governments should slowly accept people who want to extend their personality with hi-tech implants.
The Su-35 is one of Russia's most dangerous fighters and is waiting for a major upgrade soon.
The Navy's rail gun project is dead, but four new lasers are in the horizon.