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Special forces soldier's book causes storm in Denmark
A court in Denmark has turned down an appeal by the military to ban the publication of a book by a former special forces soldier.
Tricking out your Carbine with a Laser ‘Pain Beam’
Whether you’re trying to control a disturbance at a food-distribution center, get a convoy through a packed junction or determine who the bad guys are
Russia to Threaten North America with Brand-New Bombers? Think Again
In 2007, Russia resumed its Cold War practice of sending long-range bomber patrols into international airspace along the North American coast. The patrols sparked a
Troops' bodies recovered in France
More than 220 bodies of British and Australian soldiers killed in the First World War have been recovered from mass graves in northern France.Between 250
U.K. Pushes On Typhoon Upgrades
The United Kingdom hopes to get Eurofighter partners to define and approve another major round of Typhoon upgrades by the second quarter of 2010 to
Canadian wife of British soldier told she cannot live here
Darren Jarrad, 28, was told by immigration officials that his wife Chantel could not make a home in Britain due to fears she would claim
Afghanistan vs Vietnam: what are the parallels?
Asymmetric warfare is a phrase used to describe a situation where a militarily weaker side can exert leverage on a militarily stronger side far beyond
Robot Three-Way Portends Autonomous Future
In the military these days, robot-human relationships are usually strictly monogamous and definitely subservient: one bot, one human operator — with the human calling most
Blackwater Chief is a Super Villian: Ex-Employees
Blackwater — I mean, “Xe” — is back in the news, more than six months after the mercenary firm was kicked out of Iraq by
Military Still Trying to Replace Dangerous Stun Grenades
In late July, a Wisconsin prisoner who alleges he suffered permanent harm from a non-lethal “flash-bang” grenade received a $49,000 payout from the authorities. According