The Russian military was described as being "drunk, brutal" and having "low morale, bad leadership."
A video purportedly showing a rocket-armed version of a Soviet-era minicar obliterating an entire Russian military column has gone viral but some viewers are skeptical.
White House press secretary Jen Psaki tweeted that Russia's claims of U.S. bioweapons in Ukraine could be an excuse for Russia to release one of its own.
The drone's form was inspired by the anatomy of insects and birds, and it can swivel its head to capture photos and videos.
Jamil N. Jaffer of George Mason University's Antonin Scalia Law School debates Bonnie Kristian of Defense Priorities.
Use of tear gas is prohibited in war, yet it is regularly used against civilian populations around the world.
The deputy director of Russia's state-run Concern Radio-Electronic Technologies said Moscow would soon be able to track planes, "be it in Israel or Saudi Arabia or even in Europe."
Some experts say the U.S. should pay more attention to Chinese government-sponsored hackers.
The spread of drone technology has allowed militant groups to build de facto air forces.
With the establishment of a new Cyber Operations Center, NATO has launched a new, historic campaign of electronic warfare.
Germany inaugurated its new Cyber and Information Space Command, a military division tasked with defending against and waging electronic warfare.
Despite its title, the USS Dahlgren isn't a warship—it's a cybernetic lab that allows for the simulation of drills at a fraction of the cost and effort.
Violence has risen steadily in El Salvador since a 2012 truce between the country's two main gangs began to fall apart in 2014.
Humanity is on the cusp of developing fully autonomous weapons capable of picking their own targets.
American thinktank says 163,562 people died in global conflicts last year.
ATHENA could lower the costs of war.