The authors of The Iraq War argue that we'll need more than high technology to prevail in the conflict's latest phase.
Arthur Cebrowski explains in this interview how "network-centric warfare" is changing the way we fight wars.
Nature of War
Paul Van Riper argues in this interview that no amount of new technology will ever alter the chaotic essence of war.
Time Line of UAVs
Unmanned aerial vehicles are among the military's key high-tech weapons. Explore their history here.
Imaging With Radar
See what synthetic aperture radar can "see" with this picture of Washington, D.C., taken on a snowy winter's day.
Designing for Stealth
How do you render a 15-ton hunk of flying metal nearly invisible to the enemy?
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