Accounts of Rick Rodriguez’s death are vague, but they involve a trash-talking brawl in northern Iraq that left the Special Forces veteran beaten unconscious. He never woke up.
A vice president at Lockheed suggested that it may have already built a prototype of its ‘Son of Blackbird.’
Able to fly at three times the speed of sound, the SR-71 spied on Vietnam, North Korea, and the USSR. Now Lockheed Martin hopes its successor will fight the spy wars of tomorrow.
Fifty-five elite fighters are grounded after reports of oxygen-starved crews. But a bigger problem may come if Pentagon penny-pinchers get their way with the troubled planes.
Former lawmaker Heather Wilson refused to detail how she was earning $20,000 a month from a defense contractor.
The socialist trumpets his antiwar record. But he doesn’t mind expensive war machines—if they’re based in his home state.
Forget the sonic boom—the U.S. military’s new F-35 stealth fighter just hit massive turbulence that could delay its release yet again.