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NASA was enrolled to amend the safety of the cockpit of the MegaBots’ new Mk.II robot. It will be Cavalcanti and Oehrlein sitting in the Mk.II steering the robot and manning the weapons. But should Kuratas land a punch even one that knocks the Mk.II over, the MegaBots’ co-founders need to make sure the force of it will not be so harming that they will black out in the mid of the battle. Howe and Howe Technologies will help build a high functioning track base for the MegaBot to make it faster and more maneuverable. On the Kickstarter...

Russia has planned to launch the intercontinental ballistic missile ‘SS-18 SATAN’ which contains 100 tons nuclear and it’s been announced for next generation. The new missile is set to replace the Cold-War era R-36 missile, nicknamed “SS-18 Satan” by NATO, which is still the world’s largest intercontinental ballistic missile ever made.   Reciprocation While the U.S. and Russia made strides in nuclear missile decreasing following the fall of the Soviet Union in 1991, the major treaties signed like the Strategic...

Military drones are often used to store sensitive data, ranging from troop movements to strategic operations. While this may make them vulnerable to enemy interference, a new system is aiming to protect these unmanned aerial vehicles from cyberattacks. Researchers at the University of Virginia and the Georgia Institute of Technology developed the system and tested it in a series of live, in-flight cyberattack scenarios. As military and commercial drone use continues to grow, protecting against such attacks will become a priority, the...

Boeing on July 17 delivered on schedule the first of four upgraded French Airborne Warning and Control System (AWACS) aircraft. The upgraded aircraft will increase the fleet’s surveillance, communications and battle management capabilities. French AWACS Aircraft The Mid-Life Upgrade – the largest set of modifications to AWACS aircraft for France – will provide the crew with more actionable information and better situational awareness and increase mission effectiveness and efficiencies. “The focus, commitment and hard work among...

Posted on Mar 1 2014 - 5:11am by Nathan Bay
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Fifty-five years ago this month, the U.S. Navy’s first production Martin P6M-2 SeaMaster flyingboat took-off from Chesapeake Bay on its maiden flight. Martin chief test pilot George A. Rodney was at the controls of the 4-man, swept-wing naval bomber as it took to the skies on Tuesday, 17 February 1959. Featuring a fuselage length of 134 feet, wingspan of 102 feet,...

Posted on Feb 19 2014 - 4:55am by Nathan Bay
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Sixty-nine years ago this month, the Consolidated Vultee XP-81 made its flight test debut at Muroc Army Air Field, California with Vultee test pilot Frank Davis in the cockpit. The XP-81 was a prototype long range escort fighter powered by a combination of single turbojet and single turboprop engines. The XP-81 was designed to serve as an escort fighter for long...

NYPD Testing a new Technology to Detect Concealed Weapons For peace keeping purpose government introduced different technologies. The New York police department working with the U.S department of defense on a new technology similar to infrared which capable to detect energy emitted from a human body but cannot pass through metal. The NYPD hopes that this technology would be fixed on police vehicles in up coming months, which initially can only used for three to four feet. Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly addressing on Tuesday to the...

Iran Succesfully Test Fires Medium Range Missile In Gulf The official Iran news agency has reported that Iran’s navy has successfully test-fired a medium-range surface-to-air missile during a drill in International waters near the strategic Strait of Hormuz near Gulf. Iran’s 10 days of naval exercises began last week and are taking place in international waters beyond the Strait of Hormuz from the Persian Gulf, to the Gulf of Aden. Deputy Navy Commander of Iran’s navy Sayyed Mahmoud Mousavi said that,” Iran’s navy has succeeded...

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The Destroyer AH-64A/D Apache The Apache AH-64D is a twin-engined army attack helicopter developed by McDonnell Douglas.It entered service with the US Army in 1984 and has been exported to Egypt, Greece, Israel, the Netherlands, Japan, Saudi Arabia, United Arab Emirates (UAE) and the UK. ...

Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II Flight Test Lockheed Martin F-35 Lightning II provided the satisfactory results on its testing phase at Fort Worth, Taxes of it 185th test flight and marking the total test flight toll to 837 this year. The F-35 Lightning II tests includes the short takeoff and vertical landings which makes it suitable for landing of Ships, this test was done on USS WASP (LHD-1) off the coast of Virginia. F-35 Lightning II is the 5th Generation Multirole Stealth Fighter plane which is still under development phase. It...