The United States successfully tests a hypersonic weapon; reaches five times the speed of sound

The United States successfully tests a hypersonic weapon;  reaches five times the speed of sound

The US Air Force announced that it has successfully tested a hypersonic weapon – Photo: RINGO CHIU/AFP/Getty Images The United States Air Force reported that it successfully tested a hypersonic weapon which reached five times the speed of sound. The test was carried out on May 14 at the Edwards area base in the state … Read more

What do we know about the Ukrainian missiles Neptune with which the Russian cruiser Moskva was hit. How could the attack have taken place

What do we know about the Ukrainian missiles Neptune with which the Russian cruiser Moskva was hit. How could the attack have taken place

The anti-ship missiles with which Ukraine managed to attack Russia’s most important Black Sea Warship were developed in the country, were new and, in theory, not yet operational. Rumors that Ukraine has used Neptune anti-ship missiles are not yet confirmed, but signs of a potential strategy used by Ukrainians for this attack are already available. After the annexation … Read more

How big is the US military?

How big is the US military?

With all the talk about sending the armed forces from the United States to Ukraine, many people wonder, how big is the US Army nowadays? The United States Army, which was created in 1775, is one of the eight branches of the US military. How big is the US military? How big is the US military? … Read more

Former marine sentenced to 210 years in prison for raping and beating Cambodian children

Former marine sentenced to 210 years in prison for raping and beating Cambodian children

Michael Joseph Pepe was sentenced to 210 years in prison – Photo: TANG CHHIN SOTHY/AFP/Getty Images A retired US Navy captain was found guilty of raping young Cambodian women. For his crimes, he was sentenced to 210 years in federal prison after being tried and convicted a second time on new charges. Michael Joseph Pepe, … Read more

The United States tests “robot dogs” to patrol its southern border

The United States tests “robot dogs” to patrol its southern border

A CBP agent works with his German shepherd, Cliff, during drug detection training on May 9, 2006 – Photo: Jeff T. Green/Getty Images The Department of Homeland Security (DHS) reported on the work being done by its Science and Technology (S&T) Directorate that is offering US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) a helping hand (or … Read more

Hitmen attack the Mexican Army with a landmine in Michoacán; 4 injured reported

Hitmen attack the Mexican Army with a landmine in Michoacán;  4 injured reported

The explosion occurred in the morning on a dirt road between the municipalities of Aguililla, Tepalcatepec and Coalcomán – Photo: Secretary of National Defense / EFE Alleged hitmen at the service of drug trafficking attacked a convoy of the Mexican Army with a landmine on Monday, in the region of Tierra Caliente, in the state … Read more

Images emerge of one of the US Navy’s newest stealth fighters crashing into the sea

Images emerge of one of the US Navy’s newest stealth fighters crashing into the sea

Images have emerged of a US Navy F-35C stealth fighter crashing into the South China Sea earlier this week. The F-35C, a single-engine stealth fighter and the newest jet in the US Navy fleet, crash-landed on the aircraft carrier USS Carl Vinson during routine operations on Monday, the Navy said. The $100 million warplane impacted … Read more

Two Marines died and 17 were injured after an accident caused by a 19-year-old Hispanic

Two Marines died and 17 were injured after an accident caused by a 19-year-old Hispanic

The 19-year-old Hispanic driver was speeding. Photo: Mali Maeder/Pexels Two US Marines were killed and 17 more were reported injured when they were ejected from the back of a military vehicle., in a traffic accident in North Carolina, according to the Highway Patrol. Two of the Marines were pronounced dead at the scene, their identities … Read more

Declassified video shows US drone strike on civilians

Declassified video shows US drone strike on civilians

Pentagon has released surveillance videos showing a US air strike that killed 10 civilians in the Afghan capital last year, one of the final American combat missions in the country as Washington ended its two-decade war. Published by the New York Times on Wednesday, the declassified 25-minute video shows the moment an Afghan aid worker … Read more

Amy Bauernschmidt became the first woman to command a nuclear aircraft carrier in the United States

Amy Bauernschmidt became the first woman to command a nuclear aircraft carrier in the United States

The aircraft carrier USS Abraham Lincoln departed this week from San Diego, California, under the command of Captain Amy Bauernschmidt, who made history by becoming the first woman to command a nuclear-powered aircraft carrier in the United States Navy. According to information released by CBS 8 in San Diego, Bauernschmidt served as first mate on … Read more