RSS feeds allow Web site content to be gathered via feed reader software. Click the subscribe link to obtain the feed URL for this page. The feed will update when new content appears on this page.

Military Equipment

A collection of news and information related to Military Equipment published by this site and its partners.

Top Military Equipment Articles

Displaying items 89-99
  • More than 30 victims in critical condition after eruption in Japan

    TOKYO More than 30 people were in critical condition near the peak of a volcano in central Japan Sunday, after its eruption on the previous day, local media reported. The trekkers were found in a state of cardio-respiratory arrest by rescue workers...
  • Egypt militants may be copying Islamic State's brutal methods

    Egypt militants may be copying Islamic State's brutal methods
    The four men knelt in the sand, hands bound and heads bowed. And in what has become a grisly Middle Eastern trope, a video camera's merciless eye recorded their scripted confessions — swiftly followed by their beheadings. At least nine such...
  • Weapons of war beefing up local police arsenals

    Weapons of war beefing up local police arsenals
    A large armored vehicle that in recent years patrolled the battlefields of the Middle East now stands at the ready in York County. Once used to help American troops avoid getting killed or maimed by roadside bombs, the imposing vehicle was turned over...
  • Islamic State tightens siege of Syria town, more Europeans join alliance

    Islamic State tightens siege of Syria town, more Europeans join alliance
    The U.S. and allied air strikes against Islamic State fighters in Syria that began earlier this week have disrupted the militant group's command and control and logistics ability, the top U.S military officer said on Friday. General Martin Dempsey,...
  • British parliament approves air strikes against Islamic state in Iraq

    LONDON (Reuters) - Britain's parliament on Friday voted to approve air strikes against Islamic State militants in Iraq by 524 votes to 43, paving the way for the Royal Air Force to join U.S.-led military action with immediate effect. Six Cyprus-based...
  • U.N. nuclear assembly condemns North Korea reactor restart

    VIENNA (Reuters) - Member states of the U.N. atomic watchdog condemned on Friday North Korea's efforts to develop its nuclear capabilities, including the restart of a reactor which experts say can yield atomic bomb material. North Korea announced in...
  • Belgian parliament backs sending fighter jets to Iraq

    BRUSSELS (Reuters) - Belgium's plan to send six fighter jets to join a U.S.-led coalition to combat Islamic State militants in Iraq won parliamentary approval on Friday. Even before the vote took place, the six F-16s took off from a Belgian air base...
  • Brazil's Embraer debuts military plane made in Florida

    Brazil's Embraer debuts military plane made in Florida
    Embraer, the Brazilian aircraft maker than runs U.S. operations from Fort Lauderdale, has rolled out its first military plane made in Florida. Embraer and its partner Sierra Nevada Corp. this week presented the A-29 Super Tucano light air support...
  • Pentagon: No evidence that airstrikes killed civilians despite reports

    Despite claims by activists that U.S. and allied Arab airstrikes killed up to two dozen civilians this week in Syria, a Pentagon official said the initial damage assessment did not confirm any civilian casualties.  Army Col. Steve Warren, a Pentagon...
  • Denmark, Britain join U.S.-led coalition against Islamic State

    (Reuters) - Denmark announced on Friday it will send seven F-16 fighter jets to take part in a U.S.-led military coalition attacking Islamic State militants in Iraq, and parliament in Britain approved British participation. Danish and British jets will...
  • U.S. OKs $2.5 billion to upgrade used military vehicles for UAE

    WASHINGTON (Reuters) - The U.S. government on Friday said it has approved $2.5 billion in modifications and upgrades of used U.S. military vehicles that are to be sold separately to the United Arab Emirates as "excess" equipment. If finalized, the work...