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Call of Duty: Advanced Warfare's final DLC pack comes to Xbox on August 4

While Call of Duty has lost a lot of its steam from the Modern Warfare 2 glory days, Activision is still pushing ahead with the DLC schedule for the series. Now that Black Ops 3 is on the horizon, it’s time for Sledgehammer to standShow More Summary

Newest American Weapons 'Would not Survive Actual Battle'

What the Pentagon calls state-of-the-art military hardware is actually unfit for modern warfare and was created based on best-case-scenario planning, US national security experts say.

Ghost Fleet: Required Summer Reading

When two experts on modern warfare get together to write fiction I get in line to read it. Peter Singer’s Wired For War, which tracks the rise of drones and robots for war fighting, was a primary resource for me as I attended classes at King’s College. In all of [...]

How the Science of Smell is Changing Modern Warfare

2 weeks agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

The sensory chaos of battle has always posed a challenge to armies hoping to prepare for—and recover from—war. And while it’s clear to most people how sight and sound factor into a soldier’s experience and memory of battle, the smells of combat were, for most of history, largely ignored. Show More Summary

It's Time For 'Call Of Duty' To Come Back From The Future

It's time for Activision's hit first-person shooter franchise to return to its modern warfare roots.

Live fire test sees F-16 shoot down a drone

Modern warfare is increasingly fought remotely. Unmanned drones fly over hostile locations monitoring the situation, or even attacking key targets. Inevitably, the use of such drones is going to spread, and there will […]

Modern Warfare: Russia's T-15, Armata Tank's Younger Brother

The brand-new Russian T-15 heavy infantry combat vehicle, based on the Armata Universal Combat Platform, is destined to play a decisive role in modern warfare, according to the Russian television network Zvezda.

'Call of Duty' Cannibalism May Be Warding Off 'Modern Warfare,' 'Black Ops' Remasters

The Call of Duty machine continues to run like clockwork. Year after year, a new release, rotating between three studios, Sledgehammer, Treyarch and Infinity Ward. The series may not be setting the all-time sales records it used to a few years ago, but every year it’s a windfall for Activision [...]

How Would A War In Space Be Fought?

Leaders in the Defense Department have highlighted the increasing importance of space as a domain of modern warfare. In April, Deputy Secretary of Defense Bob Work took the unusual step of delivering a classified speech at the annual Space Symposium to reaffirm that the U.S. Show More Summary

Modern Warfare 2 Deserves More Credit

Call of Duty is not supposed to be good, so the idea goes, especially not Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2. The sixth Call of Duty has been described as a jingoistic mess, a Michael Bay-esque cacophony of nonsensical story bits, a mere shooter that couldn’t—shouldn’t—try to be anything more. “It’s Call of Duty” has become its own insult. This is a mistake. Read more...

James Kerian: Memorial Day Shows Limits Of Individualism

There’s an old saying that “there are no atheists in foxholes.”  There is something about the gripping terror of modern warfare that tends (though I’m sure there are exceptions) to make certain fundamental aspects of our relationship to our Creator abundantly clear.  We can get ourselves all tied up in knots and doubts when things...

Capone talks drone strikes and modern warfare with GOOD KILL writer-director Andrew Niccol

Capone talks drone strikes and modern warfare with GOOD KILL writer-director Andrew Niccol Read the full article on AICN Hey everyone. Capone in Chicago here. I couldn’t swear that writer-director Andrew Niccol was the first subject I ever interviewed for Ain’t It Cool News (10 years ago for LORD OF WAR), but he was certainly one of the first. Show More Summary

Army colonel’s C-SPAN segment turns into caller freakout about military Armageddon

3 months agoNews : The Raw Story

Conspiracy theorists took over a call-in show with a U.S. Army colonel who trains soldiers to fight rapidly evolving modern warfare at a base in Virginia to express their fears of a military takeover. Col. John Petkosek, commander of the U.S. Army Asymmetric Warfare Group at Fort A.P. Hill,...

Call of Duty: Black Ops 3 single-player preview: 'Black' to the future

While Infinity Ward helped define Call of Duty as we know it through the Modern Warfare series, Treyarch crafted its own story within the series. Call of Duty: Black Ops debuted five years ago, with Black Ops II hitting two years later. Show More Summary

Star Wars Call of Duty Mod is Awesome

Modern Warfare becomes Galactic Warfare in this old, fan-made multiplayer mod based on Star Wars.

DARPA looks at "system of systems" to maintain US air superiority

4 months agoTechnology / Gadgets : Gizmag

Modern warfare is a constant arms race of measures and countermeasures, but with development cycles taking decades and costing billions of dollars, it's not uncommon for military technology to become obsolete by the time it's deployed. Show More Summary

Fans Demand a Reboot of Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2

Fans put together petition that has nearly 150,000 signatures Games call of duty Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2 activision

Fans Rally For A Remastered ‘Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2?

Between the Xbox One and PS4, this console generation brought with it a wave a game remakes the likes of which the industry has never seen before. We’ve had new titles like The Last of Us and GTA V remastered for the current generation, and collections like Halo: The Master Chief collection go all the way […]

Call Of Duty Fans Demand Modern Warfare 2 Remake

Thousands of Call of Duty fans are adding their names to a petition asking for a remastered edition of Modern Warfare 2. Click To Continue Reading

These Traditional-Style Afghani Rugs Were Inspired By Modern Warfare

6 months agoGenres / Sci Fi : io9

Contemporary art is sometimes bizarre, but images of weapons appearing on traditional Afghani rugs may be the strangest change in modern art. The tradition was started during the Soviet occupation started in 1979, and these items are still made by most of the local ethnic groups. Read more...

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