Missing WWII submarine found after 75 years off the coast of Okinawa

A long-missing World War II-era US Navy Submarine has been found- and its long disappearance is due to a translation error.

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Air Force want to beam solar power from outer space to earth
“Wireless charging” has taken on a whole new meaning, thanks to an experimental program that would allow the US Air Force to beam solar power to friendly units- from space. Sounding like something out of Halo, the Space Solar Power Incremental Demonstration and Research project aims to use solar... Read more
USAF officer says China brags about stealing US military tech, they call it “picking flowers in the US to make honey in China”

The Chinese are known for reverse-engineering, but the amount of theft of US technology has become such a problem that the DoD is openly denouncing the Middle Kingdom for its copycat ways.

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F-22 engine designed so well it can be repaired with a handful of basic tools

While currently the world’s premiere fighter aircraft, the F-22 is basic where it counts- and that means something in a future potentially littered with near-peer threats and the possibility of austere logistical conditions.

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Lockheed’s F-35 fighter program gets $34 billion contract, the biggest yet
The F-35 is making Lockheed Martin some serious cash- with a new contract raking in over $34 billion in taxpayer funds for fewer than 500 aircraft. In what is becoming a success story for an aircraft that seemed doomed to fail after nearly two decades of setbacks, cost overruns... Read more
This Naval aviator was a cowboy maverick of legendary fame
It takes an incredible amount of intestinal fortitude to take off from the deck of a ship, and a little more to land on a pitching deck. No matter how hard a Naval Aviator might be, trying to land on that same pitching deck in the middle of a... Read more
36 years ago the US Special Operations conducted its largest mission ever

In the pre-dawn hours of October 25, 1983, the US Military was mobilized to carry out combat operations.

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Chinese navy ship makes secretive visit to Five Eyes partner, New Zealand
A Chinese Navy vessel will soon dock in New Zealand on an unknown mission, once again stirring doubt amongst fellow partners of the Five Eyes anglophone intelligence network. The Qi Jiguang has been welcomed by the New Zealand Defence Force as it prepares to dock in the land of... Read more
Chinese knockoff: China debuts new helicopter that looks exactly like the Black Hawk
A new Chinese helicopter recently appeared at the 5th China Helicopter Exposition in Tianjin earlier this month- and it looks suspiciously familiar. Adding fuel to the fiery stereotype that Chinese engineers excel at copying other nations’ products, the new Z-20 helicopter looks an awful lot like a UH-60 Black... Read more
Digital upgrade: Air Force has stopped using floppy disks to manage U.S. nuclear launch system
The US Air Force is stepping out of the past and into the present by ditching floppy disks, which have been used for nuclear weapons deployment since the 1970s. The US Strategic Command claims that the drives have been replaced with a “highly-secure solid-state digital storage solution,” which will... Read more

Andy Wolf

Andy Wolf is a Kentuckessee native who has spent over 1/3 of his life overseas in search of combat, riches and adventure- accruing over a decade of experience in military, private security, language, small arms training, journalism and corporate communications fields. Mr. Wolf holds a Bachelor's of Science from Tennessee's Austin Peay State University- and is rarely seen without his canine companion, Savannah.

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