The landing attempt was SpaceX’s second try at making history.
The Army is involved in a massive effort that would eventually replace weapons using TNT and Composition B with what are called “insensitive munitions,” which are less susceptible to exploding inadvertently.
Pentagon and Congress are debating how best to deploy autonomous drones from aircraft carriers.
Blue Origin reaches milestone for rocket engine and plans suborbital test flight later this year.
It doesn’t just protect the pilot’s head — it provides a 360-degree view of the surroundings.
Rep. Mac Thornberry wants to be rid of “barnacles” that hinder purchases of weapons and other supplies.
The giant Bethesda-based defense firm known for making weapons of war now takes aim at climate change.
The world’s largest defense contractor has set its sights on a different threat to national security: climate change.
At a congressional hearing, experts questioned the well-connected company’s practices.
In latest barb, SpaceX is complaining that competitor ULA is receiving government “subsidy.”