When you’re looking for someone to play a grim, muscle-bound, super-powered soldier displaced from his dystopian alternate future timeline, you probably don’t think about Michael Shannon. And yet, according to a new report, the two-time...Show More Summary
Thailand's junta on Thursday said any future civilian government will be legally bound to follow a 20-year "masterplan" for the country as generals seek to entrench their political influence for decades to come. Soldiers have run Thailand since a 2014 coup, ushering in the country's most autocratic government in a generation. Show More Summary
Army leaders are wrestling with the challenges of equipping and supplying soldiers in a multi-threat battlefield of the future.
I know we’ve already looked at art from Infinite Warfare, but this collection of work from Aaron Beck—mostly very cool robots and future space armour—is just too good to let pass us by. Read more...
A nanomaterial-based bone regeneration technology developed at the University of Arkansas at Little Rock already proved effective in saving a prized bull. In the future, it could help everyone from patients to soldiers to car crash victims more fully recover from traumatic bone ailments injuries.
Dave Majumdar Security, Thermobaric weapons are insanely powerful. The non-governmental watchdog also cited another 1993 Defense Intelligence Agency document titled “Future Threat to the Soldier System, Volume I; Dismounted Soldier—Middle East Threat” which states that while “shock and pressure waves cause minimal damage to brain tissue... Show More Summary
Security experts have told lawmakers that the U.S. could soon be battling artificial intelligence, or A.I., in future conflict situations. Read more...
ABC11's Tisha Powell and NC's first female combat soldier, Ashley Wedge take on the U.S. Army's new gender-neutral physical test for all new recruits. It will help the Army determine what occupations future soldiers are best suited for mentally and physically.
BACK TO THE FUTURE: Exclusive Army Times survey: Most soldiers support the return of iconic ‘pinks and greens’ uniform.
Cpl. Delgado has done more than sharpen his technical skills during his time in the U.S. Army. In addition to fixing essential equipment, he's also building a path towards a future career in technology and science. But these aren't the only skills he'll bring with him once his service is done. Show More Summary
Born in Philadelphia in 1878, Anna Coleman Ladd was a classically trained sculptress who in 1917 founded the American Red Cross Studio for Portrait Masks in Paris. Anna was inspired to offer her talent as an artist to help soldiers in...Show More Summary
The San Francisco 49ers benched quarterback Colin Kaepernick early in the fourth quarter of their 26-6 defeat on Sunday against the Chicago Bears. News that surfaced before the game makes his future with the team very much unknown at this point. Show More Summary
Captain America may be getting a shake-up in the future as Sebastian Stan teases Bucky with Steve Roger's shield.
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Kabul’s military training academy is churning out classes of enthusiastic women to serve in Afghanistan’s army, but the realities of rising violence and a conservative society make the future for the young recruits far from certain.Show More Summary
Gizmodo reports: Yes, Facebook had the tools to filter out fake news and decided not to use it, but do not fear for the future of truth, dear readers. The soldiers in the war on fake news have a new ally: 9/11 truther and prominent Trump supporter Alex Jones. Show More Summary
Yes, Facebook had the tools to filter out fake news and decided not to use it, but do not fear for the future of truth, dear readers. The soldiers in the war on fake news have a new ally: 9/11 truther and prominent Trump supporter Alex Jones. Read more...
Soldiers need a sense of a shared future, both with their comrades and their leaders.
Young, social media-savvy Soldiers may be the linchpin in commanders’ efforts to use cyber networks to throw virtual effects at enemies in future battlefields, according to Army leaders. “I think there is a better comfort level with our young folks that understand the complexity of the environment in which we are operating,” Col. Jerry Turner,