Skyborg AI Flies Air Force Drone — What Could Possibly Go Wrong?

Combine Skynet from Terminator and the Borg from Star Trek and you have Skyborg, also known as the latest Air Force AI that has successfully flown a drone.

COVID Has Really Impacted Aerospace… and the Air Force

COVID has really impacted the aerospace industry in this nation and nations around the world disproportionately to other industries… and the Air Force has not been exempt from these impacts.

AWS Looks to the Final Frontier of Cloud Computing: Space

Amazon Web Services (AWS) has announced a new space business segment aimed at taking cloud computing farther than ever.

U.S. Space Force Completes First Nuclear-Capable Missile Test

BGR is reporting that the newly formed U.S. Space Force has just conducted a successful nuclear-capable missile test. As BGR points out, there’s nothing specifically interesting about a routine missile test. What makes this one stand out is that it…

Lockheed Martin Moving F-35 Logistics Software To The Cloud

Lockheed Martin has announced it will replace current F-35 logistics software with a cloud-based solution, according to Reuters. The current software, Autonomic Logistics Information System (ALIS), has been notoriously difficult to work with and has cost countless hours of lost…

Swarms of Drones Appearing in the Colorado/Nebraska Night Sky and Nobody Knows Why

According to the Denver Post, a swarm of drones numbering anywhere from 17 to 30 have been appearing in the night sky above Colorado and Nebraska. The drones are roughly six feet across, and have been appearing and disappearing at…

It’s Official: Space Force Becomes the Military’s Sixth Branch

Space.com is reporting that President Trump has officially signed the 2020 National Defense Authorization Act, creating the U.S. Space Force (USSF) as the military’s sixth branch. As we reported a week ago, the House and Senate passed the National Defense…

General Says Chinese Hacking of IBM or the Air Force is Essentially the Same

Retired Maj. Gen. Robert Scales says that we are already starting to see the manifestation of this hacking in the weapons they are deploying as we speak.

Man Arrested For Giving Cop A Wet Willy

Are you familiar with a “wet Willy”? It’s a “prank” usually done by grade school kids where one sucks on the end of their finger and sticks it into another person’s ear. Oh the hilarity involved with someone feeling disgusted…

Northrop Grumman Nabs $354 Million Contract To Add To Global Hawk Fleet Of Air Force

Aiming to add to their fleet of RQ-4 Global Hawks, the US Air Force has awarded a $354 million contract to Northrop Grumman Corporation, which manufactures the aircraft. The contract requires Northrop Grumman to make an additional three aircraft to…