Eurocopter X3: The world's fastest copter
Detecting toxic hazards in a split second
A portable laser device is being developed at Heriot-Watt that can instantly identify chemical hazards, increasing the safety of emergency services and military personnel.
UK man accused of hacking US government computers (Update 2)
A British man has been arrested and charged with hacking into computer systems of the U.S. Army, NASA, the Environmental Protection Agency and other agencies at a cost of millions of dollars to the federal government.
Pentagon to end exclusive deal with RIM's Blackberry
The Pentagon will no longer retain an exclusive contract with Blackberry maker Research in Motion and has invited companies such as Apple to offer smart phones to its vast work force.
Soyuz rocket lifts off with military satellite payload
A Soyuz rocket lifted off on Friday from Europe's space base in French Guiana, placing into orbit six low-orbit satellites with military or joint military-industrial use.
Secret Service to probe hack on Fox News Twitter
(AP) -- The Secret Service said Monday it will investigate the hacking of Fox's political Twitter account over updates claiming that President Barack Obama had been assassinated. ...
New cyberattacks in SKorea; sites suffer no damage
(AP) -- Two South Korean government websites were struck by the second cyberattack in a week, but suffered no major damage, the government said Saturday.
Game Lets Soldiers Train in a Virtual Iraq or Afghanistan
(PhysOrg.com) -- A training tool being developed by a research team from the Arts and Technology program may soon make it easier for military service men and women to perform their missions in Iraq and Afghanistan. ...
Young ex-servicemen at increased risk of suicide
Young men who have served in the British Armed Forces are up to three times more likely to take their own lives than their civilian counterparts, research published tomorrow (March 3) has found.
Training veterinarians to care for US military animals that serve a nation
He felt called to serve, but it wasn't until his tour with Colorado's Fort Carson Mounted Color Guard that Army 2nd Lt. Jeff Ullmer found a second calling: veterinary medicine.
Military dads have to re-learn parenting after deployment
Fathers who returned after military service report having difficulty connecting with young children who sometimes don't remember them, according to a study released this week.
Guantanamo hack threat prompts WiFi shutdown
The U.S. military has shut down wireless internet service at the Guantanamo Bay Naval Base in Cuba because of online hacking threats.
Syria Internet 'restored' after blackout
Military marriages stay strong despite challenges: study
Los Angeles, CA (May 10, 2012) Despite the fact that military service means working long hours with unpredictable schedules, frequent relocations, and separations from loved ones due to deployment, a new study published in ...