Konstantin Sivkov, a member of the Russian Academy of Rocket and Artillery Sciences, argues that superior U.S. reconnaissance capabilities would trump China’s advantages in hypersonic missiles.
Russian Defense Minister Sergey Shoigu has suggested that the "huge" U.S. military budget could be cut if American foreign policy was less aggressive.
Taiwan's defense minister said Monday that the U.S.-made F-16V fighter jet can outclass China's Chengdu J-20 in a dogfight.
The US Navy’s first operational carrier-based unmanned refuelling aircraft, MQ-25, has completed its maiden test flight.
During the underway, the ship conducted a demonstration using the mission package portable control station to maneuver the MCM equipment, launch and recovery equipment, as well as test the command and control of unmanned vehicles.
The F-117 Nighthawk made a definite impression on both Iraqi air defenses and the American public when it demonstrated the capabilities of stealth technology in the 1991 Gulf War. Yet the iconic jet-black attack plane was ultimately left behind by improvements in technology and retired in 2008 in favor of the new F-22 stealth fighter.
John C. Rood, undersecretary of defense for policy, made the assertion during a panel discussion today at the Center for European Policy Analysis Forum in Washington.
The renewal of a three-decade old pact between the United States and Singapore that grants US forces access to the Lion City’s naval and air bases signals that Washington views the city state as a vital part of its Asia strategy for a long time to come, analysts have said.
The U.S. Army activated new Field Artillery Battalion, that early received a batch of new M270 Multiple Launch Rocket System (MLRS), to assist European missions.
The United States Navy has awarded BAE Systems with US$170 million in contracts to perform maintenance and repair on two Arleigh Burke Class (DDG-51) guided-missile destroyers.