Forget goggles: U.S. looking to inject night vision directly into soldier’s eyes
It’s time you see the future, while you still have human eyes. The U.S. and China are looking for ways to allow their troops to see in the dark without the aid of night vision, and a direct-eye-injection method may be the current answer. Currently undergoing testing in both... Read more
Osprey-styled drones may be protecting fleets in the near future
A drone-based on the MV-22B Osprey design may be the new guardian of the fleet, providing vital data to carrier groups and supporting counter-attacks. Known as the Bell V-247 Vigilant, the drone is a dual-tiltrotor UAV that is about the size of a UH-1 helicopter. According to, the... Read more
Air Command may ground new KC-46 until Boeing can fix major technical issues
Boeing has continued to blunder the KC-46 Pegasus tanker project and now the Air Mobility Command is complaining that the company has failed to make any progress with urgent technical issues. The Category 1 issues, which describes a technical issue that could result in human life or aircraft lost,... Read more
Sealift Command performs massive readiness test, largest mobilization in more than 15 years
The U.S. Military Sealift Command is mobilizing on a scale unseen for over a decade, as it rapidly activates crews and an alarming number of ships for an unknown future conflict. The U.S. Transportation Command has ordered 28 ships to have the mothballs shaken out and the skeleton crews... Read more
Report: North Korea still expanding nuclear arsenal, could have 30-40 warheads by 2020
North Korea is reportedly expanding its nuclear arsenal, all while participating in nuclear disarmament discussions with the USA. Stockholm International Peace Research Institute Director Dan Smith claims that Kim Jong Un may have around 30 to 40 nuclear warheads in his possession (as everything in North Korea belongs to... Read more
Locked but unloaded: Saudi Arabia not ready for war despite having top of the line weapons
Saudi Arabia is facing down a tough question in the aftermath of aerial strikes against oil infrastructure: How could a nation with the third-largest military budget and six battalions of anti-air threat batteries fail to stop an attack? Despite a technologically top-of-the-line Air Force and an Army that has... Read more
Air Force may have to adopt a “no bomber” strategy as B-1’s age out
As the B-1B fleet nears retirement and the B-21 Raider seems further and further away from becoming a frontline reality, the Air Force may have to come up with a new bomber strategy for standoff operations. With B-1 fleets currently running ragged with little to no spare parts, it’s... Read more
New air-to-air missiles smaller, faster, and can take out more targets
Raytheon is in the process of developing a new air-to-air missile that will replace the AIM-120, one that will weigh less, take up less room and perform better than ever thought possible. Known as the Peregrine, the missile is designed to take out drones, cruise missiles, and manned threats... Read more
Russia to start test firing hypersonic missiles from submarines by next year
The Russian Navy may be the first nation to use hypersonic cruise missiles on submarines, though their effectiveness may be questionable. The faster-moving missiles have the potential to outfly modern air defenses, and the first test launch in 2020 will involve a Zircon-type missile fired from a K-651 Kazan... Read more
Russian cruise missile with “unlimited” range set for launch by 2025
A Russian cruise missile with “unlimited” range is apparently going to be on global battlefields by 2025, according to U.S. intelligence reports. The air defense-dodging missile, known as “Skyfall” in English, is a hypersonic cruise missile capable of carrying nuclear payloads. Tested between November 2017 and February 2018, the... 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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