A $15 tool developed by an airman at RAF Mildenhall could save the Air Force millions of dollars a year.
The jump helmet used by the “Father of the Airborne” during World War II has been preserved in three-dimensional form.
A new solicitation asks industry to develop a boat or barge that can transit from ship to shore or from one shore to another.
U.S. Army leaders discussed how using cell phone apps and 3D printing may help the service's sustainment machine keep up.
A team of logistic Marines has printed a functional concrete footbridge without having to mix gravel at the build site.
Last month, a metallic 3D-printed bracket was installed for the first time on an operational F-22 at Hill AFB in Utah.
The U.S. Air Force is 3D printing toilet seat covers for its cargo airlift planes instead of spending $10K to replace them.
Many U.S. Army and Marine Corps equipment repair depots are turning to robotics to keep up with the future force.
The cost to repair the 78-year-old Fletcher Class destroyer may be more than $1 million.
Based on a midsize Chevrolet pickup, the Infantry Squad Vehicle is intended to carry an infantry squad's nine soldiers.
The guided-missile cruiser Vella Gulf has a fuel oil leak in one of its engineering spaces.
Lt. Gen. Jim Slife said there are currently cases being pursued in AFSOC's ranks that involve extremism.
Adversaries facing this new technology "will suffer a very tough day and tough week and tough war."